Harness The Incredible Power Of Pyrethrins Safely For Fast & Effective Pest Control
- Made entirely from dried Chrysanthemum flowers
- Works incredibly well ay killing almost any garden pest
- Safe to use on food crops – no toxins left behind
- For use within any growing system and any growing medium
Pyrethrum 5EC is for use as an all-round pesticide, which eliminates a large variety of insects before they can harm your plants.
What is the purpose of Pyrethrum 5EC?
Pyrethrum 5EC is a natural pesticide which attacks and remove insect infestations. I will successfully remove aphids, spider mites, beetles, moths and fungus gnats. Its a natural insecticide made entirely from dried Chrysanthemum flowers. Likewise, it’s also suitable for both organic and non-organic farming for those of you who are commercial plant growers.
Furthermore, it kills pests quickly and efficiently whilst leaving no trace or toxic residue. This is ideal for use on edible food plants, which may also be harvested only 24 hours after use of this solution.
How to use Pyrethrum 5EC
Pyrethrum 5EC can be used on plants within any growing system, both indoors and outdoors. Likewise, you can also use this solution within any growing medium too. Start by mixing 4ml with 1 litre of water and make sure that you mix thoroughly. Then use a spray gun to spray your plants, keep in mind that you should not use foliar sprays within any light source as they can cause burning to your leaves.
However, we recommend that you take maximum care when using this solution. Make sure that children and pets are kept well away from this solution. Similarly, it’s extremely harmful to aquatic life too – so keep away from ponds.
Pyrethrum 5EC Dosage, Specifications & Guidance
- Dosage: 4ml per 1 litre of water
- For use within any growing system and growing medium
- When using, always wear suitable PPE
- Shake bottle before use
- Available in 250ml sized containers
WARNING - Never directly mix nutrient concentrates together. This is because when put together at the same time, they can clog together. This makes it significantly harder for plants to absorb nutrients.