The 2-in-1 action kills bugs rapidly and is absorbed systemically into the plant, so it kills difficult or hidden bugs as they feed, for example scale insects on ornamental plants.
Effective bug killer
BugClear Ultra Gun! kills, greenfly, blackfly and other aphids, scale insects and mealy bugs and gives a useful level of control of thrips.
Prevents further attacks
BugClear Ultra Gun! can be used both indoors and outdoors to control bugs on houseplants, ornamental garden pests and listed edible crops.
For indoor and outdoor plants
BugClear Ultra Gun! is perfect for use in your greenhouse and conservatory, as well as outdoors on your flowerbeds or allotment.
How to use
One simple spray of plants growing indoors or outdoors will effectively kill most common pests - just spray the plant thoroughly and BugClear Ultra Gun! makes it clean for up to 3 weeks.
Spray at the first sight of insects or symptoms of their presence. It may be necessary to repeat a spray treatment 14 days after the first application on houseplants and ornamental garden plants. For the listed edible crop, a repeat spray treatment should be carried out after 10 days.
Where to use
For use against aphids, caterpillars, whiteflies, mealy bugs and red spider mites on houseplants and ornamental garden plants.
For use against whiteflies on tomatoes and aubergines (outdoors and in greenhouses).
For use against aphids on peppers (in greenhouses), potatoes, lettuce (outdoors and in greenhouses), apple, pear, plum and cherry trees.
For use against caterpillars on apple and pear trees.
How often to apply
Spray from the first signs of insects or symptoms. If necessary repeat spray after 14 days for houseplants, ornamental garden plants, and after 10 days for all other crops.
Contains 0.05 g/L acetamiprid as a ready-to-use microemulsion formulation (ME).
Keep off skin. Do not breathe spray. Wash hands and exposed skin after use.
Always test by spraying a small number of plants to check for adverse effects before treating a large area. Young tender plants may be more susceptible to damage. The best time to spray is early moring or early evening, avoiding bright sunlight.
Dispose of contents/container to a licensed waste disposal contractor or collection site, except for triple rinsed empty containers, which can be disposed of as non-hazardous waste.