Gentrol IGR Liquid Concentrate - 1 Pint (NOT FOR SALE IN AK)

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Gentrol IGR Liquid Concentrate is a non repellent insect growth regulator. It offers long term control and is compatible in baiting. Many times it can be used along with insecticides for both the kill and prevention effect. The IGR is formulated to stop reproduction. It is basically a birth control for the pests, which helps eliminate the infestation before it even starts.

Gentrol IGR Liquid Concentrate - 1 pint

The most trusted insect growth regulator brand in the market, Gentrol now comes in a liquid concentrate for residual applications. Gentrol's active ingredient stops insects from developing into adults that are capable of reproduction. The liquid concentrate is intended for dilutions and mixture with other currently registered insecticides and adulticides. Combining Gentrol with insecticides produces high performance solutions capable of controlling even the most resilient pests.

Why Should You Use ?

Gentrol IGR can be mixed with insecticides for broader control of pests.

Target Pest(s): Cockroaches, Drain Flies, Fruit Flies, Bed Bugs, Indian Meal Moths, Rice Moths, Tobacco Moths, Red Flour Beetles, Confused Flour Beetles, Lesser Grain Borers, Merchant Grain Beetles, Sawtooth Grain Beetles, Warehouse Beetles, Cigarette Beetles, Dermestids and other stored product pests.
Manufactured By: Zoecon
Active Ingredient: (S)-Hydropene - 9.0%
Size: 1 pint
Yield/Application: 1 Ounce per gallon of water
Not For Sale To: AK

Directions for Use

Dilute 1 ounce of Gentrol IGR to 1 gallon of water. Fill applicator tanks 1/2 full of water before adding the product. Add the remaining volume of water and agitate the solution to ensure an even mixture. Gentrol may be tank mixed with compatible adulticides unless prohibited by the product label. Apply using spray or fogging equipment as a general surface, spot or crack and crevice spray. Apply solutions to treatment areas at the rate of 1 gallon per 1,500 square feet. For fogging applications apply at the rate of 1 ounce of Gentrol per 15,000 square feet. Treat infested areas, cracks, crevices, voids, baseboards, cabinets, furniture, breeding sites, hidings spots and other areas providing harborage to insects. Please refer to the product label for directions on how to conduct treatments in specific areas.

Where to Apply

Gentrol IGR is for use in and around homes, apartments, bakeries, bottling facilities, breweries, cafeterias, grocery stores, hospitals, hotels, offices, kitchens, laboratories, manufacturing plants, restaurants, schools, stores, warehouses and other residential, commercial, institutional and industrial buildings and their immediate surroundings.

Please refer to and follow the instructions on the Product label.

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Q. Use of Gentrol?
A.  Hello, The Gentrol IGR is supposed to be mixed with water. If you bought the liquid concentrate, it comes in a 1oz bottle that you would dilute to a gallon of water. The other solutions that you have in the kit should be mixed with water as well. Depending on the targeted pest, the dilution rate is different, but for general purposes, it is recommended to use one ounce of the insecticide to a gallon of water. Everything is listed on the product label. We advise that you read the product label thoroughly as it is the law. You could also mix both the ounce of the Gentrol IGR and the ounce of the the liquid insecticide to one gallon of water and do one treatment for both. If there is anything else I can help you with, please let us know.
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Q. Use of Gentrol?
A.  Yes, It is fine to mix the Gentrol IGR and Demon WP in the same gallon of water. To mix the two products, use a gallon sprayer and in the gallon of water, add 1 ounce of Gentrol IGR and 9.5 grams of Demon WP. If you are using a larger sprayer, dilute both products accordingly with the ratio of 1 ounce per gallon of water for Gentrol IGR and 9.5 grams of Demon WP per gallon of water. For higher or lower concentrates, please refer to the product label of both products.
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Q. Gentrol and Dupont Advion use?
A.  1 Gentrol Point Source station will treat up to 75 sq. ft. so I do not think it is necessary to use one in each cabinet and drawer of your kitchen. You may want to use one in the closet and a separate one in the bedroom. In regards to the Dupont Advion gel, it will depend on if it is for roaches. Since you are asking about the Gentrol Point Sources, I will assume you are targeting roaches. For roach control with the Dupont Advion gel bait, about 0.5g (about the size of a pea) is squeezed out 3-4 times per 10 linear feet. This is about a 1ft. to 1.5ft apart. You want to target corners or where the vertical and horizontal surfaces meet of a given area whether it is under the cabinet, under the sink, on the window sill, behind the toilet and etc. About 1 syringe is used per standard room so it may take about 2-3 syringes for your apartment (including your bathroom).
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Q. How long does Gentrol IGR concentrate last? When should I reapply it??
A.  Gentrol IGR Concentrate lasts for up to 4 months, so after about 4 months, you should reapply the Gentrol IGR Concentrate.
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Q. If I purchase Gentrol IGR for bedbugs, what will it do to help the infestation??
A.  The Gentrol IGR Concentrate will alter their reproductive systems to prevent them from further being able to reproduce which ultimately leaves only the existing infestation.
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Q. What is the dilution rate of the Gentrol IGR Concentrate to a gallon of water??
A.  You should mix 1 oz of the Gentrol IGR Concentrate to a gallon of water. The concentrate also comes in a brown bottle that is 1 fl. oz, so there should be no measuring needed. If you ordered the pint size, there is a measuring cup on the top side of the bottle to accurate measurements.
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Q. Thanks for the quick response to the questions above.?
A.  You can mix the Gentrol IGR Concentrate and the solution of Cyonara and water that you already have. Just remember that the residual times for Cyonara and the Gentrol IGR Concentrate are different. Please refer to the product labels of both the Gentrol IGR and the Cyonara to apply at the appropriate time frames.
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Q. Gentrol IGR Liquid with other insecticide?
A.  Yes, Gentrol Igr Liquid Concentrate is intended for dilutions and mixture with other currently registered insecticides and adulticides. Combining Gentrol with insecticides produces high performance solutions capable of controlling even the most resilient pests.
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Q. gentrol igr concentrate?
A.  Yes, you should mix Gentrol Igr Liquid Concentrate with water and apply with a spray or hand application equipment, such as hand-pressurized or power-operated sprayers capable of delivering general surface, fogging (space spray/mist), spot, crack and crevice spray applications, or with a paint brush, roller, or similar device.
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Q. diluting solutions?
A.  You can use the diluted solution within 48 hours of mixing as stated in the Gentrol Igr Liquid Concentrate product label.
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Q. food handling safety?
A.  Yes; this Gentrol Igr Liquid Concentrate is applicable in food handling area. however, Gentrol IGR must be applied in a way where direct contact with footstuff is not anticipated. Apply this under stinks, appliances, on pipes, along the baseboards, and etc.
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Q. how to get rid of drain flies?
A.  To get rid of Drain Flies, You will need to repeat applications at 2 to 4 week intervals depending upon the severity of infestation as stated in the product label. However, Gentrol Igr Liquid Concentrate will give you a residual of 2-3 months.
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Q. For bed-bugs?
A.  Unfortunately, bed bugs require a lot of effort to get rid of. Consistency and thoroughness are the key to getting rid of bed bugs. That is why we always recommend bed bug kits. Our bed bug kits include an aerosol can product, a liquid concentrate product, a dust product, and an IGR product that may each be used at appropriate locations in your home.
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Q. can i mix this with fenvastar? one at a time or mix it in same spray bottle at same time??
A.  Yes, gentrol can be mixed together with any liquid concentrated insecticide for one application.
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