I soaked my herb garden with this. Are the herbs now?
Having recently spent over $10K to repair ant damage to my home, and having a lot of ticks and mosquitos (Lyme and EEE are both prevalent in my town), I did something I've never done before. I sprayed Cutter Backyard Bug Control in some trouble spots in my yard. I avoided spraying blooming flowers, near the well, and near my neighbor's yard. I sprayed mostly along the woods' edge, the area where people sit around the fire pit, the deck, the foundation of the house, and the area where the ants usually enter the house trim. I momentarily forgot I wasn't just watering, and I sprayed the herb garden! I soaked a whole row of basil, dill, oregano, peppers, cilantro, and other herbs before I realized and stopped. Have I made these herbs and peppers permanently un-edible? I completely soaked the plants and the soil they are in. So I've probably solved the problem I was having with bugs eating my basil leaves, but now I'm not sure humans can eat them either.
State: New Hampshire
Level of expertise: Intermediate
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on Cutter® Backyard™ Bug Control Spray Concentrate Ready-to-Spray
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