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Hirts: Beneficial Insects Dr. Pye's Scanmask Live Beneficial Nematodes - Kills Over 230 Bugs
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Hirts: Beneficial Insects Dr. Pye's Scanmask Live Beneficial Nematodes - Kills Over 230 Bugs

Item# SPM6863615204 | Model# B000MRD5JO | Added on July 10, 2013
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Product DetailsMicroscopic Organism That Attacks Over 230 Soil Dwelling and Wood Boring Pests
Destroys Grubs, Fungus Gnats, Fire Ants, etc
Covers Up To 2,000 Sq Ft
Product DescriptionSize: 10 Million - Original Formula These microscopic organisms destroy pests that live underground. They will seek out and destroy more than 230 different kinds of soil dwelling and wood boring insects, including Japanese beetles, cut worms, wire worms, weevils, white grubs, fungus gnat larvae, flea larvae, subterranean termites, and many more. They are so small that several thousand would fit on the head of a pin! But they do a big job --moving through the ground, they enter the body cavities of their target pests and release bacteria that kill that pest. They are completely safe for people, pets, and the environment, and are compatible with other beneficial insects. Each container includes seven million live beneficial nematodes.SKU:ADIB000MRD5JO
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