Made from canola oil and pyrethrins; controls many stubborn insect pests, including Japanese beetles, Colorado potato beetles, leaf hoppers,Mexican bean beetles, flea beetles, aphids, mites, thrips, spittlebugs and more. Destroys adult insects, larvae and eggs. Simply mix concentrate with water and thoroughly spray plants. May be used on edible crops up to the day of the harvest.
This spring I had a lot of small caterpillars on my fruit trees. I sprayed them with a mixture of Pyola and Oil-Away. It worked wonders! I sprayed their tents and that was the end of the caterpillars! I highly recommend this product. FYI it did seem to irritate my skin where I accidentally dropped some of the concentrate on my hand. I washed it right away with soap and water. I recommend wearing gloves and not to spray when it is windy out.
I like Pyola
Dec 26, 2007 | By Jason
I used Pyola a couple of years ago on a infestation of blister bugs that attacked my tomato plants. I sprayed it directly on the bugs and they fell that day and didn't bother the plants again. I feel comforted that it is safe to use and works. It still had some potency after the expiration date.