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Cutter Cutter® Backyard™ Bug Control Spray Concentrate Ready-to-Spray

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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Is there a guarantee?

I bought two of these and neither one seems to be doing what you claim it is suppose to do!! I followed the directions on applying it. This is so upsetting since I paid almost 10.00 a piece for each container!
State: Missouri
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Nevada
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We're sorry that you've had trouble. We're glad to help you. Are you trying to control mosquitoes or other pests in your lawn? Can you describe how you applied it?
State: Missouri
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Is it harmfu to bees and other beneficial insects?

State: Wisconsin
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Madison
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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
answered 2 weeks, 4 days ago
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Is it safe for people?

Like can people go out side and walk on it were it was sprayed
State: Michigan
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Beginner
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Yes, but not until the treatment area is completely dry.
State: Missouri
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Does it kill Dragonflys?

Does Cutter Backyard Bug Contol kill DragonFlys?
State: Illinois
City:Libertyville
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It will not control dragonflies.
State: Missouri
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Lost directions on proportions for mixing concentrate to spray n lawn

State: Kansas
City:Sawnee
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It's not necessary to mix the concentrate with water when using this bottle -- just hook it to your garden hose and it will mix with water automatically.
State: Missouri
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Dragonflies

Does this product kill dragonflies?
State: Illinois
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No, it's not listed for control of dragonflies.
State: Missouri
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Rain....when should you apply before or after the rain? How many minutes should you apply before it rain?

State: Delaware
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You can apply after rain -- you should actually wet down your grass a few hours before applying anyway, then avoid watering or mowing for 24 hours for surface insect control (water in after applying for subsurface insects).
State: Missouri
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what would the dilution ratio be for using a handheld mobile one gallon sprayer be?

State: Ohio
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Streetsboro
asked 3 weeks, 6 days ago
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We are prohibited by our federal EPA registration from advising that you use this product in any container other than the labeled one you purchased it in.
State: Missouri
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I accidentally got some of it on my skin

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I was using the product, and as I was disconnecting the bottle, some of the water from the hose and bottle got on my skin. I don't think I swallowed any thing.

I took a shower afterwards.

Will I be ok? Is there anything I should be concerned about?
State: Indiana
Age: 35 to 44
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:Richmond
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As long as you washed thoroughly afterwards, there should be no health concerns. For further questions, please call our first-aid hotline at 1-800-633-2873.
State: Missouri
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Can this be mixed in backpack sprayer where there is NOT a waterhose?

can this be used in are where there is NOT A waterhose?
What woudl be the amount of concentrate to gallon of water?
State: Ohio
asked 4 weeks ago
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We're so sorry, but we are prohibited by our federal EPA registration from advising that you use this product in any container other than the labeled one you purchased it in.
State: Missouri
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Is this product safe for small dogs who have a habit of eating the grass? (We want to spray the grass)

State: Louisiana
Age: 35 to 44
Gender: Female
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Yes, but you should keep grass-eating dogs out of the treatment area for at least 24 hours after spraying.
State: Missouri
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Will this kill fireflies and butterflies

State: Tennessee
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:chattanooga
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No, it will not harm fireflies or butterflies.
State: Missouri
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will this spray harm or kill lizards?

State: Florida
Age: 35 to 44
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Cutter Backyard Bug Control Spray Concentrate will not harm lizards.
State: Missouri
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Will this product kill caterpillars? I have a butterfly plant and the butterflies are laying eggs but I never see the caterpillars.

State: Florida
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It will not kill caterpillars.
State: Missouri
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Will it kill bees?

State: Colorado
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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 want to use the spray in a sprayer with a gallon of water ,how much of the bug spray do i need to add?

State: Illinois
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:decatur
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We are prohibited by our federal EPA registration from advising that you use this product in any container other than the labeled one you purchased it in.
State: Missouri
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I forgot to water my lawn before. Will it still work?

I didn't read the label and just applied the product- in the afternoon. Do not plan to water my lawn for 24 hours. Will it still work?
State: District of Columbia
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Female
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You probably won't get great results against the surface insects listed on the label. Wait a week, then reapply again if needed.
State: Missouri
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will this product kill my rose bush

State: Maryland
City:ELKTON
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No. It's ok to use on roses.
State: Missouri
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i just over seeded

I have grass from hydroseeding 6 weeks ago. i am over seeding today, how long should i wait before spraying cutter on new grass seed.

thank you
State: Massachusetts
Age: 35 to 44
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:marshfield
asked 1 month ago
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rigator
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There are no restrictions on seeding. You can apply now.
State: Missouri
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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
asked 1 month ago
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No need to throw them away -- you can harvest your herbs after a 5-day PHI.
State: Missouri
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