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Red Lake Earth Diatomaceous Earth with Calcium Bentonite, 40 lb.

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Red Lake Earth Diatomaceous Earth with Calcium Bentonite is OMRI listed for use in organic production. Red Lake Earth is for use in feeds as an anticaking agent or pelleting aid for further manufacturing in feed, in an amount not to exceed two percent of the total diet. Consult the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures for acceptable drug compatibilities.

  • Environmentally friendly, completely safe and does not contain any antibiotics or harmful chemicals

Ingredients: Diatomaceous Earth and Calcium Bentonite.

Guaranteed Analysis: Moisture (max.) 8%; Ash (Mineral Matter) (max.) 95%

Specification Description
Brand: Red Lake Earth
Poultry: Yes
Rabbit: Yes
Cattle: Yes
Deer: Yes
Goat: Yes
Horse: Yes
Product Type: Diatomaceous Earth
Life Stage: Any
Pig: Yes
Sheep: Yes
Manufacturer Part Number W104
Red Lake Earth Diatomaceous Earth with Calcium Bentonite, 40 lb. is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 25.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sceptical at first I did diligent research before purchase. It works better than the information I read. A week after placing it where I saw flys worked in less than a week rather than the twenty one days. I put it on pig poo, in their feed, on the cat, on the pigs, around the house and in the house. This is the only thing I will ever use in the future for control of pests. (Only thing I want for a gift from now on)
Date published: 2018-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gets rid of ants and yard bugs! Florida summers can be brutal, we have been getting a lot of rain. The ants are looking for higher ground and they are every where; in the cars, in the house, in the barn, etc. I got this a week or so ago, and I have spread it over the and hills in the yard. The ants are gone! Yay, I love this stuff! it's safe for pets and humans, NO POISON! Not just for feeding :)
Date published: 2018-07-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for flea Killerfor Dogs!! Bought 1 month ago to treat yard for fleas helped a great deal
Date published: 2018-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Red Lake Earth- Diatomaceous Earth I bought this product to use in my yard to help control tick and safe enough for pets and small children. This is the first time using this product and i did research and this seems to be a safe inexpensive way to help with this problem. Will see how it works over the next few months.
Date published: 2018-07-05
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how do you apply this in a large area of lawn like a 1/2 acre????

Asked by: rosilyn
Red Lake Earth is not registered for use as an insecticide/pesticide (it is registered for use in animal feed as an anti-caking agent or pelleting aid) therefore we cannot recommend that it be used for this purpose. However, Food Chemical Codex Grade diatomaceous earth, in general, is known to kill crawling insects. DE products like Last Crawl that are registered for use against pests can be applied using a wet or dry application. Last Crawl Insecticide Powder, for example, can be applied to cracks and crevices with the container provided, a hand or power duster, bulbous duster, flour sifter or other suitable equipment to areas where crawling insects are found. The product should be applied lightly and uniformly. For best results, DE insecticides should be used in areas where dust application cannot be affected by heavy rains or high winds. For a wet powder application - mix 6 tablespoons of the product per 1 quart of water. Mix well before application, and continue mixing during application. Use a bottle with spray settings and apply to the point of wetness around foundations, shrubs, flower beds and gardens using a suitable applicator. One quart of this mixture will treat 108 sq. ft. The product will remain effective for as long as it is present. It is helpful to try to keep the DE to protected areas, such as cracks and crevices, where it will not be disturbed. Please read and follow all label instructions when applying DE products registered for pest control.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-06-18

Is this product any different from food grade diatomaceous earth that states 100% silica? is clay added to this vs a "full" or pure food grade earth? or are all mixtures overall the same?

Asked by: MarcG
Red Lake Earth is a rare naturally occurring blend of diatomaceous earth and calcium bentonite clay. The typical chemical analysis is 67% silicon dioxide and other trace minerals. All DE products contain diatomaceous earth and other trace minerals. While “pure” (white DE) does not contain the naturally occurring calcium bentonite found in Red Lake Earth, both products function the same for their intended purpose.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-04-30

Can I use Diatomaceous to kill fire ants around my yard and it will not harm my animals (chickens, goats) I have a ant problem but don't want to kill my animals.

Asked by: Hails214
Red Lake Earth is registered for use in animal feed as an anti-caking agent or pelleting aid, in an amount not to exceed two percent of the total diet. As it is not registered for use as an insecticide/pesticide, we cannot recommend that it be used for this purpose. However, food grade diatomaceous earth, in general, does kill crawling insects. Our Last Crawl products are registered for use against crawling insects in the home and garden, and contain the same food grade DE found in Red Lake Earth. However, because they are registered insecticides, the DE in Last Crawl is specially labeled for this purpose.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-06-02

Will this kill Mosquito's ?

Asked by: ZelBennett
Red Lake Earth is not registered for use against insects therefore we cannot recommend that it be used for this purpose. In general, however, diatomaceous earth products registered for pest control are most effective against crawling insects.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-06-14

Can this be used to seal a fish pond?

Asked by: JoeyB
This product has not been tested for such a purpose.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-09-06

Can this be used on 5 week old kittens for fleas

Asked by: Dianne1952
Red Lake Earth is registered for use in animal feed as an anti-caking agent or pelleting aid, in an amount not to exceed 2% of the total diet. Unfortunately, it is not registered for use as a pesticide therefore we cannot recommend that it be used for this purpose.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-06-03

If your product meets all Food Chemical Codex Grades then just because it's not registered as a pesticide it should work as a pesticide, correct or not? If not what is the difference between this product and pesticide Grade DE?

Asked by: xslohands
Red Lake Earth contains the same Food Chemical Codex Grade Diatomaceous Earth found in our insecticide products, the only difference being that these insecticides, like Last Crawl, have been registered and approved for use as an insecticide and are labelled specifically for this purpose. Because Red Lake Earth is not registered as an insecticide, nor labelled for such use, we cannot recommend that it be used for that purpose.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-07-16

Can this be used indoors to kill housepests such as roaches and fleas

Asked by: Johnnyp
Red Lake Earth is registered for use in animal feed as an anti-caking agent or pelleting aid, in an amount not to exceed two percent of the total diet. As it is not registered for use as an insecticide/pesticide, we cannot recommend that it be used for this purpose. Red Lake Earth should not be used indoors to sprinkle on the carpet.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-06-03
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