One quart yields 50-1200 gallons depending on target insect.
Do not use on plants being grown for sale or other commercial use, or for commercial seed production, or for research purposes. For use on plants intended for aesthetic purposes or climatic modifications and being grown in ornamental parks and gardens, interior plantscapes, or lawns and grounds.
Bifen XTS prevents and controls termite infestations in and around structures and constructions.
Bifen XTS used in and around structures and building construction will prevent and control termite infestations.
To institute a barrier between the wood and the termites in the soil, the chemical dilution must be effectively dispersed in the soil. It is important to remove unnecessary materials that contain cellulose and wood from around foundation walls, crawl spaces (inside of structure), and porches, and fix damaged plumbing and construction grade in order to deny termite access to moisture. Treat the soil around untreated structural wood in contact with soil as stated below.
To use Bifen XTS effectively, it is important that the service technician be familiar with current control practices including trenching, rodding, subslab injection, low-pressure spray applications, coarse fan spraying of soil surfaces, crack and crevice (void) injection, excavated soil treatment and brush and spray applications to infested or susceptible wood. Using these techniques correctly is essential to prevent or control infestations by subterranean termite species of genera Reticulitermes, Zootermopsis, Coptotermes and Heterotermes. When determining what procedures to follow, the service technician should consider certain variables. Some of the variables to consider are species biology and behavior, structure design, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, water table, soil type and compaction, grade conditions, and the location and type of domestic water supplies and utilities.
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Q: can this be used indoors as well as outdoors? If used indoors will it stain the area that is treated?
A: It is labeled for outdoor use, if you want to use in both inside and outside then just regular Bifen would be a better choice.