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Dr. T's 25 lb. Mosquito-Repelling Granules

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Dr. T's Nature Products Mosquito-Repelling Granules are made of a natural, biodegradable formula that is independently, professionally tested and proven to repel mosquitoes. Formulated with natural oils including lemon grass, mint and garlic oil, this mosquito product will not damage your lawn or garden. Plus it's an environmentally friendly alternative to poisons. Mosquito Repelling Granules provide fast protection and create an instant barrier between you and the mosquitoes. Unlike other mosquito repellents, this unique formula actually keeps mosquitoes off the areas of property you apply it to, so you and your family can be free of bites and annoyance all summer long!

  • Repels mosquitoes
  • Lasts up to 3 weeks per application
  • Works within 1 hour of application
  • All-natural, biodegradable and poison-free

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Specification Description
Length: 12-1/8 in.
Type: Mosquito Control
Brand: Dr. T's
Package Size: 25 lb.
Insect Type: Mosquitoes
Height: 14-11/16 in.
Product Type: Mosquito Control
Included: Mosquito Repellent
Width: 12-1/8 in.
Natural or Organic: Yes
Material: Granular
Pest Type: Mosquitoes
Application: Granules
Manufacturer Part Number DT341

Does this affect honey bees?

Asked by: ghandy
The main ingredients in this product are essential oils, so it is fairly benign and should not affect honey bees. However, the manufacturer does recommend applying the product in the early morning after the dew dries as typically beneficial insects, like honey bees, will not be active during this time frame.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-06-05

Is this product effective against black gnats?

Asked by: rcc636
This repellent is only effective against mosquitoes.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2018-03-03
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