Drying out insects

Wildfire controls insects by dehydrating bugs to death when they come in contact with the powdered chemical containing silicon dioxide and pyrethrum. The powder is packaged in squirt bottles and is easily puffed into nests.
By Staff September 1, 1998

Wildfire controls insects by dehydrating bugs to death when they come in contact with the powdered chemical containing silicon dioxide and pyrethrum. The powder is packaged in squirt bottles and is easily puffed into nests. Only 2 tablespoons are required to eliminate an entire nest. The application lasts 6 mo.

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