|CASE QTY||4 / CASE|
|MANUFACTURER||MCLAUGHLIN GORMLEY KING [website]|
|ACTIVE INGREDIENT||Pyrethrins 3.00% Piperonyl Butoxide 30.0%|
|TARGET PESTS||Ants, Bed Bugs, Clover Mites, Cockroaches, Mosquitoes, Deer Flies, Deer Ticks, Horse Flies, Fleas, Fruit Flies, Gnats, Palmetto Bugs, Silverfish, Spiders, Ticks, Wasps, Yellow Jackets, Mosquitoes|
|USE||Residential & Commercial Indoors & Outdoors: Apartments, Basements, Cattle Barns, Dairy Farms, Factories, Granaries, Hospitals, Hotels, Kennels, Office Buildings, Restaurants, Schools, Stables, Zoos * See label for complete list|
|APPLICATION||0.05% Pyrethrin - 2 oz. per gallon of water 0.10% Pyrethrin - 4.3 oz. per gallon of water 0.50% Pyrethrin - 22 oz. per gallon of water * See label for complete application instructions NOTE: NOT REGISTERED for use in Automatic ULV Spraying Systems in the State of New York|
|PET SAFE||Yes, if used as directed on label|
|SHELF LIFE||3 years (Store at Room Temperature)|
|TIME TO KILL||Contact Kill|
Automatic Misting Systems, including:
- Animal housing
Indoor Use as a Surface Spray and a Space Spray in Food and Non-food Areas
Livestock, Dairy and Poultry Production Facilities, and Premises
Pet Premise Treatment
General Outdoor Premise Treatment
METHOD OF APPLICATION
- Automatic misting system
- Conventional mechanical fogger (space spray)
- Hand-held mechanical foggers
- Compressed air sprayer (surface spray)
- Broadcast surface treatment
- Crack and crevice treatment
- Spot treatment
BEST PRACTICES WHEN USING VAMPYRE MISTING CONCENTRATE IN MISTING SYSTEMS
Test for proper pH balance
Test your water to ensure the pH of the misting solution is in the 5.5 to 7.0 range. If the solution is outside that pH range, pyrethrum will degrade, and performance will be reduced.
Avoid sun and heat
Place the misting system holding tank out of direct sunlight. Pyrethrum degrades at high temperatures. Cover the tank with a light-colored or reflective cover to minimize solar heating of the solution.
Keep things clean
Be sure to clean the tank between refills, or use an anti-microbial to prevent the development of bacteria or other natural organisms that will break down the pyrethrum. Do not use compounds which could alter the solution pH out of the 5.5 to 7.0 range. If buildup is observed in the tank, empty it completely and be sure to clean it thoroughly before refilling.
Monitor misting system output
Check and clean misting system nozzles and filters to be sure you are getting the particle size and distribution necessary to achieve good coverage. Apply during active periods Set the system timer to treat when target insects are most active, such as dawn and dusk.
Apply during active periods
Set the system timer to treat when target insects are most active, such as dawn and dusk.
VamPyre is labeled for the control of insects including, but not limited to:
Almond Moths, Angoumois Grain Moths, Ants, Bed Bugs, Black Carpenter Ants, Black Flies, Black Widow Spiders, Blood Sucking Lice, Boxelder Bugs, Brown Dog Tick, Cadelles, Carpet Beetles, Cat Fleas, Cellar Spiders, Cereal Beetles, Cheese Mites, Cheese Skippers, Chocolate Moths, Cigarette Beetles, Clothes Moths, Clover Mites, Cockroaches, Confused Flour Beetles, Crickets, Dark Mealworms, Darkling Beetles, Deer Flies, Deer Ticks (carrier of Lyme disease), Dermestid Beetles, Dog Fleas, Dried Fruit Beetles, Drugstore Beetles, Earwigs, Face Flies, Fannia Flies, Firebrats, Flat Grain Beetles, Fleas, Flies, Fruit Flies, Fungus Gnats, Gnats, Grain Mites, Granary Weevils, Hide Beetles, Horn Flies, Hornets, Horse Flies, House Flies, Indian Meal Moths, Khapra Beetles, Lesser Grain Beetles, Lesser Grain Borers, Lesser House Flies, Lice, Mediterranean Flour Moths, Merchant Grain Beetles, Midges, Miller Moths, Millipedes, Mosquitoes including the Culex species that may carry and transmit the West Nile Virus, Palmetto Bugs, Pillbugs, Poultry Lice, Red Flour Beetles, Rice Flour Beetles, Rice Weevils, Rusty Grain Beetles, Saw-tooth Grain Beetles, Sheep Ticks, Silverfish, Skipper Flies, Small Flying Moths, Sowbugs, Spider Beetles, Spiders, Stable Flies, Ticks that may carry and transmit Lyme disease, Tobacco Moths, Trogoderma Beetles, Warehouse Beetles, Wasps, Waterbugs, Yellow Mealworms, Yellow Jackets