PBO 8 Piperonyl Butoxide Synergist Spray can be added to pyrethrins or synthetic pyrethroids to increase the effectiveness of the insecticides. As an additive, it is helpful with insect resistance to the constant use of pyrethroids and synthetic insecticides. With its synergistic activity, PBO 8 kicks it up a notch!
How PBO 8 Piperonyl Butoxide Works:
Piperonyl botoxide is not an insecticide in itself. Piperonyl botoxide blocks the enzyme in a target pest that would detoxify the insecticide. This allows a higher amount of the insecticide to remain in the target insect, increasing its effectiveness.
Key Features of PBO 8 Piperonyl Butoxide:
Made in the USA.
Synergizes many insecticides, pyrethrins, pyrethroids, carbamates, imidaclorpid, and rotenones.
Because of the mode of action, it allows the use of reduced rates of insecticides.
Piperonyl Butoxide Technical….91.3%
EPA Registration # 655-736
How To Use
Residential dwellings or indoors in commercial or institutional buildings including houses (indoor or outdoor), multiple unit housing, hotels schools, restaurants, food processing facilities.
Tank mix does not exceed .4 fl oz of this product per 1000 cu ft of treated area. Do not apply more than 1 time per day. For metered-release device space spray, do not exceed .8 fl oz of this product per 1000 cu ft of treated area.
Food Handling Establishments
NON-Food AREAS: May be used to treat non-food areas such as garbage rooms, lavatories, entries and vestibules, offices, locker rooms, machine rooms, boiler rooms, garages, mop closets and storage (after canning and bottling)
FOOD AREAS: Can be used to treat food areas of food handling establishments, restaurants or other areas where foods are commercially prepared or served.
POST-HARVEST APPLICATION TO FOOD COMMODITIES
Do not ues this product except in mixture with an insecticide registered for use in-post harvest application to food commodities. This product may be added to appropriately label insecticides being used. When used as a surface application to the commodities listed, do not exceed 1.6 fl oz of product per 1000 sq ft of treated area.