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AL WOODWARD
Posted: Monday, September 10, 2012 8:58:22 PM
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Most effective process to kill scorpions in a home and around the perimeter.
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DENNIS BENSON
Posted: Tuesday, September 11, 2012 2:39:37 PM
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I believe Dominick Malvestuto posed the same question a year or so ago. Don't remember the suggestions, though...
CHARLES RUBY
Posted: Tuesday, September 11, 2012 9:49:40 PM
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My best friend for many years
Talstar granules
DOMINICK MALVESTUTO
Posted: Wednesday, September 12, 2012 11:09:54 AM
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Granules should definitely be part of the treatment. I wish I had a spreader that wouldn't break in 2.5 seconds using that stuff.

Al, What are you using now as a general pesticide and how often do treatments.
Dylan Morrison
Posted: Wednesday, September 12, 2012 8:50:34 PM
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DOMINICK MALVESTUTO wrote:
Granules should definitely be part of the treatment. I wish I had a spreader that wouldn't break in 2.5 seconds using that stuff.

Al, What are you using now as a general pesticide and how often do treatments.


I have to ask...what are you guys spreading that causes them to break so often? I've had mine for several years and use it a couple times a day with Bifen granules and it's still holding up. It's just a cheap scotts handy green. And as far as scorpions...thank goodness I live in NC lol

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KEITH CHANDLER
Posted: Monday, September 24, 2012 4:21:53 PM
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Granules could be a part of the treatment, but we have had great result with Temprid.
REGINALD WILLIAMS
Posted: Tuesday, October 16, 2012 1:58:02 PM
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Dylan Morrison wrote:
DOMINICK MALVESTUTO wrote:
Granules should definitely be part of the treatment. I wish I had a spreader that wouldn't break in 2.5 seconds using that stuff.

Al, What are you using now as a general pesticide and how often do treatments.


I have to ask...what are you guys spreading that causes them to break so often? I've had mine for several years and use it a couple times a day with Bifen granules and it's still holding up. It's just a cheap scotts handy green. And as far as scorpions...thank goodness I live in NC lol


If you have an older Scotts handy green spreader with screws, you'll have no problem (screw in the handle, and several on the bottom.) If you have the newer one with no screws, the handle falls off as soon as you turn it. Scott's will send out a repair kit at no charge to fix the older ones with screws. The repair kit comes with a new handle, gears, and screws.
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