Dust all floors, walls and ceilings with INSECTO at a rate of 1 pound per 1,000 sq. ft. of surface area. Make sure dust is placed in known areas of infestation and entry points where insects hide, such as wall bases, cracks, crevices, doors and plenums.
INSECTO, at the rate of up to 1-2 pounds/ton of grain, can be safely applied to the grain at the time of storage. Treat the top 2-3 feet of grain in bins, applying INSECTO at the recommended rate.
INSECTO can be used on stored wheat, corn, barley, rice, buckwheat, oats, flax, peas, sorghum (Milo), feed, seed, rye, soybeans, popcorn, peanuts, cocoa beans, feed grains and dry edible beans.
INSECTO kills exposed stages of the following stored grain insects: rice weevil, granary weevil, flat grain beetle, rusty grain beetle, sawtoothed grain beetle, merchant grain beetle, lesser grain beetle, lesser grain borer, larger grain borer, red flour beetle, cigarette beetle, angoumois grain moths, darling beetles, lessor meal worms.
INSECTO is also effective on the newly-hatched larvae of stored grain insects such as indian meal moth, red flour beetle and sawtoothed grain beetle.
INSECTO is an alternative to the insecticides on the market today that kill using chemicals. INSECTO kills insects physically (rather than chemically) by puncturing their bodies, absorbing the body fluids and causing their deaths by dehydration. INSECTO’s active ingredient is saltwater Diatomaceous Earth (DE, A Natural Pesticide / Organic Insecticide), the skeletal remains of plankton, which is allowed by the FDA in human and animal food products in concentrations of up to 2% of weight. INSECTO is registered (EPA Reg #48598-1) for use in the control of the major grain insects (e.g., moths, weevils, beetles, etc) on all of the major grains (e.g., wheat, corn, rice, barley, etc). INSECTO is a very fine, dry dust which attaches to adult and larvae insects as they crawl through treated grain and dusted bins; the insects die from dehydration within 1-14 days after exposure.
The picture on the left shows an antennae tip of a flat grain beetle, untreated. The picture on the right shows antennae tip of a flat grain beetle after exposure to grain treated with INSECTO.