Promis, Aphid, Thrip and White Fly Killer dissolved in water and applied to soil is absorbed by the roots. Once absorbed, it moves through the entire plant to protect against insects. This product also moves into and protects new growth after application. To control insects, the insecticide must distribute completely throughout the plant. Rain or water cannot wash off Promis inside the plant. See plant specific restrictions for pre-harvest interval. If no pre-harvest interval is listed, then product may be applied up to and including day of harvest.
- Tech Specs
Brand NPK Industries SKU HGC704690 Weight (lb.) 2.3 Width (in.) 2.4 Prop 65 No Height (in.) 8.6 Length (in.) 5.1 UPC 858485004439 Lead Time Ships in 6-7 Business Days UL Listed No Bug Type Aphids, Thrips, Whiteflies Application Type Liquid Product Type Insecticide OMRI Certified No Usage Area Outdoor Concentration Ready-to-Use Concentration Ratio Ready To Use Ingredient Base Synthetic Based
NPK Industries Promis Aphid, Thrip, and Whitefly Killer Ready-to-Use, 32 oz. Reviews
- Best product
This is the best thing out there for aphids, thrips and a few other bugs also... I sprayed this stuff around my pool area cause we had very little red bugs that would be all around the pool by the hundreds... they are so small u can barely see them... small as a fruit fly... but I sprayed promis all around and it killed them instantly and that was 2 months ago and I still haven't seen anymore. Great product all around!
- Promis Aphid Killer
Had Aphid problem real bad, they were everywhere and killing my crop, I had tried azamax, mosquito dunks, sticky traps, home remedies, few other organic options nothing worked at all, this was the only product that remotely worked, and its better than bayer in the sence that it is fda approved to use on consumption crops, it helps for about the length its states (21 days). The plants came back better and good growth but after it wore off they came back, I gave it 4 stars because its the only thing that had helped. but it did not eliminate them, I did it in drench not a dunk though. Its also good to note I did not try met52, but I was done trying organic and went to chemical warfare. Hope this review helps Good Luck!