Garden Scentry is a natural oil insect repellent using the scent of natural oil extracts to repel insects from your lawn and garden. It contains a blend of 4 botanical oils that help repel a broad spectrum of insects from your yard. When used regularly Garden Scentry can provide an inexpensive, non-toxic and organic solution for many of the insects that invade your yard and that attack you and your pets.
The use of natural oils and scents as an organic insect repellent has been going on for thousands of years. And it still works today. Insects do not develop a resistance to scents: They simply move on to the next yard.
An organic insect repellent Garden Scentry repels most plant eating insects as well as insects that are attracted to people and pets- like fleas, ticks and mosquitoes. It repels ants, spiders and roaches too. The strong garlic-cinnamon aroma of the product is barely noticeable to humans within hours after application, but insects can detect it for weeks if not diluted by heavy rains.
HOW TO USE
The key to getting good results with this natural oil insect repellent is to build up a Garden Scentry presence in the yard and soil before insects invade. Start with a heavy application and then do light applications every 2 weeks or as needed. You can apply more frequently and/or more heavily when you notice any type of insect invasion or when mosquitoes are particularly bad. Apply again if heavy rains come soon after an application.
Use an adjustable-dial hose end sprayer to cover lawns and large areas, or a pump sprayer or hand trigger sprayer to apply to garden plants or smaller areas.. Spray in the early morning or late in the day. Do not spray when plants are under heat or drought stress.
Thoroughly soak all lawns, gardens and beds. Treat any standing water. Drench all plants, shrubs and trees to the point of runoff. Try to reach the underside of the leaves where possible.
For the initial (heavy) application, or any time you want to apply more heavily, set the adjustable hose-end sprayer dial at 1 oz. per gallon of water. For subsequent applications set the sprayer to ½ oz. (1 tablespoon) per gallon of water and soak everything really well every 2 weeks.
If starting while insects are already active begin with two heavy (1 oz. per gallon) applications a week apart and then go to lighter applications every two weeks.
For pump or trigger sprayer applications mix at ½-1 oz per gallon of water or 1-2 Teaspoons per quart.
Rinse out sprayers after application to prevent them from absorbing the strong oil fragrances.
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