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Archer Insect Growth Regulator - 16 oz.

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    Will this work for mosquitos?
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    Q Will this work for mosquitos? answer now
    Asked on August 31, 2023 6:17 PM
    A

    Yes, Archer IGR will work in controlling mosquitoes, but for better on-contact control, use in conjunction with an adulticide.

  2. Can Archer IGR be applied as a fog or ULV?
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    Q Can Archer IGR be applied as a fog or ULV? answer now
    Asked on August 31, 2023 6:13 PM
    A

    Yes, Archer Insect Growth Regulator can be used as a Fog or ULV treatment.

  4. Will Demon Insecticide mix well with Archer IGR?
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    Q Will Demon Insecticide mix well with Archer IGR? answer now
    Asked on August 31, 2023 6:10 PM
    A

    Yes, Archer IGR mixes well with many insecticides including Demon.

  6. Will this work on litter beetles?
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    Q Will this work on litter beetles? answer now
    Asked on August 31, 2023 6:05 PM
    A Yes, Archer insect growth regulator will work in controlling litter beetles.
  8. Can you broadcast spray Archer IGR?
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    Q Can you broadcast spray Archer IGR? answer now
    Asked on August 31, 2023 6:02 PM
    A

    Yes, Archer IGR can be used as a spot, crack and crevice or BROADCAST spray.

  10. Will this work on midges?
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    Q Will this work on midges? answer now
    Asked on August 31, 2023 5:59 PM
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    Yes, Archer IGR is labeled for and will work well on midges by breaking down their reproduction cycle.

  12. Can Archer IGR be used in restaurants?
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    Asked on August 31, 2023 5:55 PM
    A

    Yes, Archer IGR is labeled for use in food handling establishments, including restaurants. Always read the product label for directions for use for your pest problem.

  14. Can I use in my garbage cans for roaches?
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    Q Can I use in my garbage cans for roaches? answer now
    Asked on August 30, 2023 3:52 PM
    A Yes, Archer IGR can be used in garbage cans and is effective for roach control. For faster results use with an insecticide like Alpine WSG.
  16. Does Archer IGR work good for tick control?
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    Q Does Archer IGR work good for tick control? answer now
    Asked on August 30, 2023 3:50 PM
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    Yes, Archer IGR is labeled for use on ticks. 

  18. Can this be used on lawns?
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    Asked on August 30, 2023 3:45 PM
    A Yes, Archer IGR can be used on lawns.

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Archer Insect Growth Regulator (IGR)

Order Before 2:00pm PST For Same Day Shipping!
Most Items are received within 2-4 days of ordering!
FOR LARGE ORDERS, PLEASE EMAIL: CONTACT@HOWTOPEST.COM OR CALL 877-708-1974

$73.99

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Archer Insect Growth Regulator breaks the reproductive cycle of pests to prevent them from becoming egg-laying adults.  Archer Insect Growth Regulator works indoors and outdoors.  For the best results, use Archer IGR in combination with baits such as Advion Ant Gel bait, Optigard Ant Gel bait or with and adulticide spray such as Demand CS.

Product Features:

  • Its unique mode of action interferes with the development of eggs, larvae, pupae or nymphs of many common insects and arthropod pests, including those that may be resistant to other insecticides.
  • Protected against UV degradation to ensure long-lasting flea control outdoors for up to 16 weeks.
  • Its low volatility allows Archer to be applied indoors, outdoors and in food-handling establishments (see product label) without odor or airborne residue.
  • Can be tank-mixed with adulticides outdoors.

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Description

Product Alternatives: Nyguard IGR
Active Ingredient: Pyriproxyfen – 1.3%
EPA Registration No.: 100-1111
Archer Product Information:

The active ingredient in Archer Insect Growth Regulator is pyriproxyfen, an insect growth regulator that mimics juvenile hormone occurring naturally in insects. Pyriproxifen primarily affects the immature life stages of the target insect, preventing the normal development of adult forms. In some insect species, such as fleas and flies, Archer Insect Growth
Regulator also has activity on adults by affecting the reproductive organs, resulting in a reduction of the reproductive capability of these pests.
Archer Insect Growth Regulator will control listed pests, including ants, cockroaches, crickets, fleas, litter beetles, ticks, and flying insect pests in and around homes and apartments; food and non-food storage and preparation areas of agricultural, industrial, institutional and commercial buildings; and transport vehicles. Archer Insect Growth Regulator may be used around structures with treatments to soil, mulch, perimeter landscape plantings or grass to prevent indoor invasion by listed pest species.
• Use of Archer Insect Growth Regulator provides effective control of listed pests by preventing the development of juvenile pest stages.
• Archer Insect Growth Regulator can be used as part of an integrated pest management (IPM) program, in combination with other insecticides or alone, and as an aid to prevent the development of insecticide resistance. See Section 7.0 for more information.
• Archer Insect Growth Regulator is stable in sunlight for up to 14 days, delivering effective residual control of outdoor pests such as fleas and cockroaches, even in areas with direct sunlight.
• When used as directed, Archer Insect Growth Regulator retains activity against pre-adult fleas for up to 7 months and pre-adult cockroaches for up to 6 months.
• Archer Insect Growth Regulator reduces egg production in house flies and prevents larval development into adults.

Mixing Instructions: 

Archer Insect Growth Regulator is an emulsifiable concentrate (EC). Archer Insect Growth Regulator is intended to be mixed with water and applied with application equipment, such as hand-held, backpack, or power spray equipment (see Tables 2 and 3). Prepare an application dilution according to the rate recommendation for the target pest given in Table 4.
Mixing Sequence:
1. Fill applicator container 1/2 full with water.
2. Add the amount of Archer Insect Growth Regulator to container as recommended in the rate table for the listed pest.
3. Shake, stir, or agitate.
4. Fill applicator tank with water to final volume recommended in rate table.
5. Re-agitate.
6. To ensure optimal control, prepared dilutions should be used within 24 hours and should be re-agitated if diluted material is not used for several hours.

3.1. Use Rates for Interior or Exterior Low-Volume Applications:
Table 2: Mixing Directions for Interior or Exterior Low-Volume Applications

Amount of Archer per gallon of water

(% Pyriproxifen in dilution)

Amount of Archer 

per unit area1

1,000 sq ft 1,500 sq ft
1.0 fl oz (0.01%) 1.0 fl oz 1.5 fl oz
1.5 fl oz (0.015%) 1.5 fl oz 2.25 fl oz
2.0 fl oz (0.02%) 2.0 fl oz 3.0 fl oz

1 For interior applications by hand sprayers, use 1 gallon of finished dilution per 1,500 sq ft surface area. For exterior hand sprayer or backpack applications, 1-3 gallons of finished dilution per 1,000 sq ft is recommended.

3.2. Use Rates for Exterior High-Volume Sprays
Table 3: Mixing Directions for Exterior High-Volume Power Sprays1:

 

Desired Dilution (% Pyriproxifen in Dilution)

Amount of Archer per volume of finished dilution
25 gallons mixed 50 gallons mixed
0.001% 2.5 fl oz 5 fl oz
0.002% 5.0 fl oz 7.5 fl oz
0.003% 7.5 fl oz 15 fl oz

1 For exterior high-volume applications (power sprays), 4-10 gallons of finished dilution per 1,000 sq ft is suggested.

Application Directions:

Archer Insect Growth Regulator should be mixed in water, using the marked increments on the squeeze-and-pour bottle according to the rates in the following table. For crack-and-crevice or spot treatments, follow the rate per gallon of water*. For area and general surface treatment, follow the rate per unit area** to ensure good coverage.

Additional information

Size

Manufacturer

Syngenta

Active Ingredient

Pyriproxyfen – 1.3%

For Use In

aircraft (cargo
areas only)
animal quarters
animal research
facilities
apartments
attics
bakeries
barns
bathrooms
basements
bed frames
bedrooms
bottling facilities
cabinets
cabins
box springs
breweries
buses
cafeterias
candy plants
cargo holds
carpets
casinos
closets
coffee houses
commercial
buildings
condominiums
crawl spaces
dairies
decks
dens
dog houses
dog kennels
dormitories
draperies
drugstores
egg production
facilities
factories
farm buildings
feedlots
floors
flour mills
food-handling
areas*
food-packing
plants*
food-processing
plants*
food-storage
areas*
food warehouses*
funeral parlors
garages
garbage cans
gazebos
grain storage
facilities
grocery stores
homes
hospitals
hotels
indoor eating
establishments
industrial plants
institutions
institutional dining
areas
jails
kennels
kitchens
landscape plantings
lawns
livestock housing
(unoccupied)
living rooms
locker rooms
mattresses
meat and produce
canneries
meat processing plant
mess halls
mobile canteens
mobile homes
motels
mulch
nursing homes
office buildings
outdoor eating
establishments
outdoor pet or
animal runs or
enclosures
pantries
patios
pet bedding
pet carriers
pet grooming
parlors
pet living/sleeping
area
pet stores
porches
poultry houses
(unoccupied)
prisons
public buildings
railroad cars
recreation vehicles
restaurants
rugs
schools and child
care centers
ships
soil
storage areas
stored food areas
stored food
warehouses
stores
supermarkets
swine facilities
(unoccupied)
theaters
tobacco plants
and warehouses
townhouses
trailers
trains
transport vehicles
upholstered
furniture
utility rooms
veterinaries
warehouses
washrooms
yards
zoos

Target Pests

Ants, Merchant Grain Beetles, Warehouse Beetles, Carpet Beetles, Carrion Beetles, Cigarette Beetles, Cockroaches, Asian Cockroaches, Brown Banded Cockroaches, German Cockroaches, Crickets, Darkling Beetles, Dermestid Beetles, Fleas, Flies, House Flies, Stable Flies, Gnats, Hide Beetles, Indian Meal Moths, Lesser Grain Borers, Litter Beetles, Midges, Mosquitoes, Moths, Red Flour Beetles, Rice Moths, Saw-Toothed Grain Beetles, Ticks, Tobacco Moths

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Archer Insect Growth Regulator - 16 oz.

Archer Insect Growth Regulator (IGR)

Order Before 2:00pm PST For Same Day Shipping!
Most Items are received within 2-4 days of ordering!
FOR LARGE ORDERS, PLEASE EMAIL: CONTACT@HOWTOPEST.COM OR CALL 877-708-1974

Fast Free Shipping!

Archer Insect Growth Regulator breaks the reproductive cycle of pests to prevent them from becoming egg-laying adults.  Archer Insect Growth Regulator works indoors and outdoors.  For the best results, use Archer IGR in combination with baits such as Advion Ant Gel bait, Optigard Ant Gel bait or with and adulticide spray such as Demand CS.

Product Features:

  • Its unique mode of action interferes with the development of eggs, larvae, pupae or nymphs of many common insects and arthropod pests, including those that may be resistant to other insecticides.
  • Protected against UV degradation to ensure long-lasting flea control outdoors for up to 16 weeks.
  • Its low volatility allows Archer to be applied indoors, outdoors and in food-handling establishments (see product label) without odor or airborne residue.
  • Can be tank-mixed with adulticides outdoors.

$73.99

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$34.95
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Description

Product Alternatives: Nyguard IGR
Active Ingredient: Pyriproxyfen – 1.3%
EPA Registration No.: 100-1111
Archer Product Information:

The active ingredient in Archer Insect Growth Regulator is pyriproxyfen, an insect growth regulator that mimics juvenile hormone occurring naturally in insects. Pyriproxifen primarily affects the immature life stages of the target insect, preventing the normal development of adult forms. In some insect species, such as fleas and flies, Archer Insect Growth
Regulator also has activity on adults by affecting the reproductive organs, resulting in a reduction of the reproductive capability of these pests.
Archer Insect Growth Regulator will control listed pests, including ants, cockroaches, crickets, fleas, litter beetles, ticks, and flying insect pests in and around homes and apartments; food and non-food storage and preparation areas of agricultural, industrial, institutional and commercial buildings; and transport vehicles. Archer Insect Growth Regulator may be used around structures with treatments to soil, mulch, perimeter landscape plantings or grass to prevent indoor invasion by listed pest species.
• Use of Archer Insect Growth Regulator provides effective control of listed pests by preventing the development of juvenile pest stages.
• Archer Insect Growth Regulator can be used as part of an integrated pest management (IPM) program, in combination with other insecticides or alone, and as an aid to prevent the development of insecticide resistance. See Section 7.0 for more information.
• Archer Insect Growth Regulator is stable in sunlight for up to 14 days, delivering effective residual control of outdoor pests such as fleas and cockroaches, even in areas with direct sunlight.
• When used as directed, Archer Insect Growth Regulator retains activity against pre-adult fleas for up to 7 months and pre-adult cockroaches for up to 6 months.
• Archer Insect Growth Regulator reduces egg production in house flies and prevents larval development into adults.

Mixing Instructions: 

Archer Insect Growth Regulator is an emulsifiable concentrate (EC). Archer Insect Growth Regulator is intended to be mixed with water and applied with application equipment, such as hand-held, backpack, or power spray equipment (see Tables 2 and 3). Prepare an application dilution according to the rate recommendation for the target pest given in Table 4.
Mixing Sequence:
1. Fill applicator container 1/2 full with water.
2. Add the amount of Archer Insect Growth Regulator to container as recommended in the rate table for the listed pest.
3. Shake, stir, or agitate.
4. Fill applicator tank with water to final volume recommended in rate table.
5. Re-agitate.
6. To ensure optimal control, prepared dilutions should be used within 24 hours and should be re-agitated if diluted material is not used for several hours.

3.1. Use Rates for Interior or Exterior Low-Volume Applications:
Table 2: Mixing Directions for Interior or Exterior Low-Volume Applications

Amount of Archer per gallon of water

(% Pyriproxifen in dilution)

Amount of Archer 

per unit area1

1,000 sq ft 1,500 sq ft
1.0 fl oz (0.01%) 1.0 fl oz 1.5 fl oz
1.5 fl oz (0.015%) 1.5 fl oz 2.25 fl oz
2.0 fl oz (0.02%) 2.0 fl oz 3.0 fl oz

1 For interior applications by hand sprayers, use 1 gallon of finished dilution per 1,500 sq ft surface area. For exterior hand sprayer or backpack applications, 1-3 gallons of finished dilution per 1,000 sq ft is recommended.

3.2. Use Rates for Exterior High-Volume Sprays
Table 3: Mixing Directions for Exterior High-Volume Power Sprays1:

 

Desired Dilution (% Pyriproxifen in Dilution)

Amount of Archer per volume of finished dilution
25 gallons mixed 50 gallons mixed
0.001% 2.5 fl oz 5 fl oz
0.002% 5.0 fl oz 7.5 fl oz
0.003% 7.5 fl oz 15 fl oz

1 For exterior high-volume applications (power sprays), 4-10 gallons of finished dilution per 1,000 sq ft is suggested.

Application Directions:

Archer Insect Growth Regulator should be mixed in water, using the marked increments on the squeeze-and-pour bottle according to the rates in the following table. For crack-and-crevice or spot treatments, follow the rate per gallon of water*. For area and general surface treatment, follow the rate per unit area** to ensure good coverage.

Additional information

Size

Manufacturer

Syngenta

Active Ingredient

Pyriproxyfen – 1.3%

For Use In

aircraft (cargo
areas only)
animal quarters
animal research
facilities
apartments
attics
bakeries
barns
bathrooms
basements
bed frames
bedrooms
bottling facilities
cabinets
cabins
box springs
breweries
buses
cafeterias
candy plants
cargo holds
carpets
casinos
closets
coffee houses
commercial
buildings
condominiums
crawl spaces
dairies
decks
dens
dog houses
dog kennels
dormitories
draperies
drugstores
egg production
facilities
factories
farm buildings
feedlots
floors
flour mills
food-handling
areas*
food-packing
plants*
food-processing
plants*
food-storage
areas*
food warehouses*
funeral parlors
garages
garbage cans
gazebos
grain storage
facilities
grocery stores
homes
hospitals
hotels
indoor eating
establishments
industrial plants
institutions
institutional dining
areas
jails
kennels
kitchens
landscape plantings
lawns
livestock housing
(unoccupied)
living rooms
locker rooms
mattresses
meat and produce
canneries
meat processing plant
mess halls
mobile canteens
mobile homes
motels
mulch
nursing homes
office buildings
outdoor eating
establishments
outdoor pet or
animal runs or
enclosures
pantries
patios
pet bedding
pet carriers
pet grooming
parlors
pet living/sleeping
area
pet stores
porches
poultry houses
(unoccupied)
prisons
public buildings
railroad cars
recreation vehicles
restaurants
rugs
schools and child
care centers
ships
soil
storage areas
stored food areas
stored food
warehouses
stores
supermarkets
swine facilities
(unoccupied)
theaters
tobacco plants
and warehouses
townhouses
trailers
trains
transport vehicles
upholstered
furniture
utility rooms
veterinaries
warehouses
washrooms
yards
zoos

Target Pests

Ants, Merchant Grain Beetles, Warehouse Beetles, Carpet Beetles, Carrion Beetles, Cigarette Beetles, Cockroaches, Asian Cockroaches, Brown Banded Cockroaches, German Cockroaches, Crickets, Darkling Beetles, Dermestid Beetles, Fleas, Flies, House Flies, Stable Flies, Gnats, Hide Beetles, Indian Meal Moths, Lesser Grain Borers, Litter Beetles, Midges, Mosquitoes, Moths, Red Flour Beetles, Rice Moths, Saw-Toothed Grain Beetles, Ticks, Tobacco Moths

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