GrubOut Nematodes

WHERE TO BUY
  • Easy application - just mix with water and spray
  • Contains naturally occurring organisms
  • Harmless to human health, pets, plants and the environment
  • Extended slow release formula. Once applied nematodes keep working
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DIRECTIONS

HOW TO USE NEMATODES

STEP 1: WATER LAWN
Wilson® GrubOut® Nematodes White Grubs are best applied when lawn is wet, around rainy periods or after watering. Time applications around rainy periods or water lawn prior to application.

STEP 2: MIX IN NEMATODES
Remove sprayer lid, open plastic bag and place unopened pouches into sprayer. To avoid clogging the sprayer, DO NOT tear or open the pouches when placing into the sprayer. Add about 2.5 cm (1 in.) of warm water into sprayer to dissolve solution. Add room temperature water to fill line. Fasten lid securely and shake vigorously to evenly disperse nematodes.

STEP 3: ATTACH & SPRAY
Attach garden hose to sprayer and turn valve to “Mix” position to begin spraying. Start spraying in most affected area of lawn first and complete spraying outwards to provide total nematode coverage. Keep lawn moist for the next 3 days (or 1 week in dry weather) to ensure nematodes are flushed down into the root zone where feeding grubs are present.

When spraying is complete and the sprayer is empty, there will be leftover in the pouches. These pouches can be placed in the composter or disposed of with regular garbage.

EFFECTIVE AGAINST

White grubs (European chafer, Japanese beetle, June beetle larvae), leather jackets, fungus gnats, onion maggots, fleas and flea larvae, black vine weevils, billbugs, sodworms and cutworms.

WHEN TO USE NEMATODES

In general, treat when larvae are present and actively feeding, in late April until mid-June and again in early August through October (varies slightly by geographical location). Wilson® GrubOut® Nematodes White grubs are most effective at soil temperatures from 10 °C to 30 °C (soil temperatures must be at a minimum of 10 °C for effective control). They are very susceptible to UV light and should be applied in the evening or on cloudy/overcast days.

WHERE TO USE

Lawns and gardens

TIPS

  • Do not store open packages (use all at once).
  • Agitate spraying solution often during application.
  • Keep treated area moist for a minimum of 3 days (or 1 week in dry weather).
  • Depending on water pressure, it will take approximately 7 to 10 minutes to empty sprayer.

FORMAT

Covers 3,000 sq. ft.

STORAGE

Nematodes are a live species and should be used as soon as possible. Do not store the nematodes in water, a bag or a container. Keep out of direct sunlight.

HOW TO USE NEMATODES

STEP 1: WATER LAWN
Wilson® GrubOut® Nematodes White Grubs are best applied when lawn is wet, around rainy periods or after watering. Time applications around rainy periods or water lawn prior to application.

STEP 2: MIX IN NEMATODES
Remove sprayer lid, open plastic bag and place unopened pouches into sprayer. To avoid clogging the sprayer, DO NOT tear or open the pouches when placing into the sprayer. Add about 2.5 cm (1 in.) of warm water into sprayer to dissolve solution. Add room temperature water to fill line. Fasten lid securely and shake vigorously to evenly disperse nematodes.

STEP 3: ATTACH & SPRAY
Attach garden hose to sprayer and turn valve to “Mix” position to begin spraying. Start spraying in most affected area of lawn first and complete spraying outwards to provide total nematode coverage. Keep lawn moist for the next 3 days (or 1 week in dry weather) to ensure nematodes are flushed down into the root zone where feeding grubs are present.

When spraying is complete and the sprayer is empty, there will be leftover in the pouches. These pouches can be placed in the composter or disposed of with regular garbage.

EFFECTIVE AGAINST

White grubs (European chafer, Japanese beetle, June beetle larvae), leather jackets, fungus gnats, onion maggots, fleas and flea larvae, black vine weevils, billbugs, sodworms and cutworms.

WHEN TO USE NEMATODES

In general, treat when larvae are present and actively feeding, in late April until mid-June and again in early August through October (varies slightly by geographical location). Wilson® GrubOut® Nematodes White grubs are most effective at soil temperatures from 10 °C to 30 °C (soil temperatures must be at a minimum of 10 °C for effective control). They are very susceptible to UV light and should be applied in the evening or on cloudy/overcast days.

WHERE TO USE

Lawns and gardens

TIPS

  • Do not store open packages (use all at once).
  • Agitate spraying solution often during application.
  • Keep treated area moist for a minimum of 3 days (or 1 week in dry weather).
  • Depending on water pressure, it will take approximately 7 to 10 minutes to empty sprayer.

FORMAT

Covers 3,000 sq. ft.

STORAGE

Nematodes are a live species and should be used as soon as possible. Do not store the nematodes in water, a bag or a container. Keep out of direct sunlight.