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To enjoy your backyard this summer, create a bite-free zone with Cutter ® brand. Kills mosquitoes and other annoying insects Controls up to 8 weeks 32 fl oz treats up to 5,000 sq ft Easy — just connect to your hose, and spray
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Will it kill the Scabies Mites? Mange Mites????

We have had Scabies found on our dog and I need to spray the living area and dog yard, dog houses etc.. Will it KILL this mite???? Do I need to reapply it???
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State: South Carolina
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Expert
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Yes, this product will kill mites. Just follow the directions on the label for surface insects.
State: Missouri
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Does this product kill honey bees?

State: Pennsylvania
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Yes, it is toxic to bees if they are sprayed directly. The spray will not affect them residually, however.
State: Missouri
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I raise bees will this product hurt them?

State: Michigan
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The active ingredient will hurt bees. You should not spray on plants that your bees are actively visiting.
State: Missouri
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How long does it take to spray a 32 oz. container?

State: Michigan
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Gregory
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To empty the entire container, we would estimate 15 to 20 minutes.
State: Missouri
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How long should you stay off the lawn after applying?

State: Massachusetts
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Stay off the lawn until it has dried completely.
State: Missouri
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can i use cutter ready to use backyard spray to mix with water in a spray tank and if so what proportions should I use

State: Minnesota
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We're sorry, but we are prohibited by our federal EPA registration from recommending that this product be used in any sprayer other than the one you purchased it in. If you need help with the sprayer, please call us at 1-800-767-9927.
State: Missouri
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How safe is Cutters Bug Free Backyard for dogs?

my dog when something disagrees with him goes out an eats grass How long after this is srayed do I have to wait in case he eats grass again?
State: Texas
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:Austin
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Normally, we advise consumers to keep their dogs off of treated areas until they have completely dried; if your dog eats grass, keep him off of the treated grass for 24 hours after treatment.
State: Missouri
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Spraying near garden

Can spraying near a garden prevent bees from entering and pollenating vegtable plants?
State: Illinois
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Bolingbrook
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You can use on plants near your vegetable garden, but you should not spray directly on bees actively visiting the treatment area.
State: Missouri
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Watering Lawn before using

What is the purpose of watering the lawn before using if using for mosquitos? I have such a large area that I want to treat and not enough time to water lawn hours before use. For what application of treatment would one NOT have to water lawn prior to use?
State: Wisconsin
Gender: Female
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I ate some tomatoes that had been sprayed with this.

They didn't taste as good as before the yard was sprayed. They had a funny flavor. We did not intentionally spray our vegetable garden but some wind blew some spray on them. How long until we can eat our vegetables...if ever?
State: Kentucky
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:Lexington
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You don't need to throw them away, but you should wait at least five days between the accidental drift and harvesting.
State: Missouri
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How do I know if product was dispensed?

How do I know if product was actually dispersed on my yard? It had no smell while I was spraying it. I've read of faulty bottles being a rampant problem. How do I know if the product actually dispensed onto the yard since it still shows it has 20 ounces in it? I don't know if this is the dilution of water or the concentrated product since the bottle never empties.
State: Tennessee
Age: 35 to 44
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:Smyrna
 
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The water does not actually enter the bottle when it mixes with the concentrate, so the product was dispensed onto your lawn.
State: Missouri
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How far away from flowers must I spray my lawn to manage Mosquitos but not hurt bees visiting my flowers?

I wish to benefit from the effects which control Mosquitos, fleas and ticks, but I have a lot of flower beds and wildflowers on my property and I cannot use anything which would hurt the bumble bees, butterflies and honey bees. Can I safely use the product at a distance from the flowers, on the wetter edges of the yard? Does the product work when the insect comes in contact with it on the surface of the plant?
State: New Hampshire
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Concord
 
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Cutter® BackyardTM Bug Control Spray Concentrate

How do I know when the Cutter® BackyardTM Bug Control Spray Concentrate Ready-to-Spray is empty of concentrate and not just spraying out water.
State: Illinois
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There is a sight gauge at the side of the container. If you no longer see liquid, the bottle is empty.
State: Missouri
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Water does not enter the bottle as you use this product, so the level of concentrate in the container will just go down as you're applying.
State: Missouri
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I understand there is a sight gauge, but as I use the concentrate, the concentrate goes out, water comes in the bottle and the sight gauge always shows full.
State: Illinois
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IS THIS PRODUCT DANGEROUS TO DOGS

HOW LONG AFTER SPRAYING CAN DOGS GO IN TO BACK YARD
State: Missouri
Age: 65 or over
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:SPRINGFIELD
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Your pets can re-enter the treatment area as soon as it has dried.
State: Missouri
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Reseeded yard

About a week ago reseeded my yard with new soil, seed, fertilizer, & straw. Is it ok to spray now are wait.
State: Tennessee
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:Cleveland
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Yes, you can spray now.
State: Missouri
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Why is my dog vomiting and incoherent

I sprayed my backyard yesterday evening, kept the dogs in last night so it could dry, and let them into the yard this morning. Since then my 60 lbs boxer has been vomiting, has diarrhea, is lethargic and dizzy, and won't eat or drink. We took him to the vet, who told us it would probably pass, but to watch him for signs of neurological side-effects. I called your 1-800 number, which only redirects me to other 1-800 numbers. It's worthless. What can I expect? How long will these symptoms last? Is my dog going to have a seizure?
State: North Carolina
Age: 25 to 34
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Charlotte
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We're not qualified to answer first aid questions on our website. Please call our first aid hotline for people and pets at 1-800-633-2873. They will answer your question directly.
State: Missouri
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Is this harmful or will it kill honey bees?

I have honey bee hives and want to make sure that it is OK to use on my lawn where the bees may come.
State: South Carolina
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Lake Wylie
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It can harm honey bees. We don't advise applying in your lawn if they are actively visiting the flowers you plan to spray.
State: Missouri
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Can I repeat application in as little as 2 weeks?

Product work great, however Mosquitos are returning.
State: Illinois
City:Crystal lake
 
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You can; just avoid applying more than 14 times per year for mosquitoes and other surface insects.
State: Missouri
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Will this product kill praying Mantis?

State: Massachusetts
Age: 65 or over
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Expert
City:Berkley
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It will not kill praying mantis.
State: Missouri
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What type of sypmtoms should I look for if my pet or child has come into contact with treated yard?

More yard was/is dry once my dog was allowed to go onto treated areas. But was curious as what I should look for if it wasn't,
State: Illinois
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If your lawn was dry before pets or children went outside, it should not be a problem. Please call our first aid hotline at 1-800-633-2873 for first aid-related questions, however.
State: Missouri
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