Not For Sale to: NY, AK, HI (NY use Sterifab instead)
One of the most Versatile and Best Insecticides with Long-Term Results SUSPEND® SC Insecticide with DeltaGard offers the benefits of deltamethrin in a concentrated suspension of pure micro-crystals. The micro-crystals give Suspend SC a long residual and instead of being absorbed into porous materials, they stay on the surface. As a result, insects continue to contact them long after the insecticide has been applied. Yet Suspend SC leaves no visible residue, has virtually no odor, and won't clog spray equipment.
Suspend SC is a versatile insecticide approved for a wide variety of uses including indoor and outdoor, residential, industrial, and institutional applications. It's even approved for use in restaurants and other places where food is manufactured, processed or served. Outdoors, it can be applied to turf grass and landscape ornamentals. It's highly effective against many important pests from ants and cockroaches to spiders and scorpions.
Flies (including such flies as stable, house, cluster and horseflies)
Killer bees Lice
Termites (Formosan and Eastern subterranean - localized control only)
Tips for Use
Treatments may be applied at 21-day intervals, or as necessary, to maintain adequate control.
Treat specific areas that insects inhabit or where they are frequently found.
Use 0.25 to 1.5 fluid ounces of SUSPEND® SC in one gallon of water and apply to adequately cover 1,000 sq. ft. Under conditions of severe pest infestations, when quick knockdown and/or longer residual control is desired, use 1 gallon of 0.06% per 1,000 sq. ft.
When diluting, it is recommended to add approximately half the water to the spray tank, then add the proper amount of Suspend SC in accordance with the rates in the appropriate proportion. Agitate, then add the remaining water slowly to avoid excess foam. Thoroughly agitate the sprayer before using to insure proper suspension.
If spraying is interrupted when using a backpack or handheld spray equipment, reinvert sprayer before use.
If spray screens are used, they should be 50 mesh or larger.