The ingredients are 97% "other ingredients". What exactly are these "other ingredients"?
On pesticide labels, the "other ingredients are inert substances such as water and spreader stickers that break the surface tension of the solution to make it more effective. This is also done to properly create the right dosage for pesticides, as a 100% pure pyrethrim fogger wold cause damage to your plants.
Can I use doktor doom fogger during the flowering cycle? Will it affect the taste ? I am approx. in the fourth wk. I have a bad spider mite problem. Thank you.
I personally would not use doktor doom total release fogger during bloom phase, it states it wont hurt your plants but there is a good chance to burning your crop if any fogger residue is left on your flowering sites, I would suggest either purchasing a sulphur burner, using neem oil, or several other products in our pesticide section, but your best bet is neem oil and sulphur
Total release Foggers such as Doktor Doom are used to battle severe insect infestation during the vegatative growth stage. Only use Doktor Doom, during the dark or "night" period, and make sure that you place the fogger above and away from any foilage. foilage should not be close to the fogger spout because the fogger can end up burning or damaging your garden if set to close. All of your fans and exhaust systems should be turned off during the use of your fogger. Once the fogger is activated leave your garden for the time of your dark or "night cycle". once you are back into lights on phase or "light time" it is ok to turn your fans, and exhaust system back on. Total release foggers are used to battle severe insect infestations such as Gnats,Spider Mites, two- spotted spider mites,aphids,whiteflys,scale,mealy bugs, and thrips.