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OMRI Listed for certified organic use. Garlic Barrier is made from 99.3% Garlic Water and .5% Citric Acid.
Garlic Barrier can be used in farm, home gardens, for lawn care, around pond edges. It is completely safe around people, pets, animals and fish. Garlic Barrier is made from a strong liquid garlic concentrate that has more oil, so it does not have to be mixed with a "spreader-sticker" like the gallon size. When diluted with water and sprayed on garden plants or ornamentals, it will keep insects off.
Just spray it on your plants about once a week. The garlic odor diminishes in about 30 minutes as the plants absorb it, so people are not bothered. Garlic Barrier travels through the plant systemically, protecting roots, stems, leaves, flowers and fruit. It does not change the taste or smell for humans or livestock, but insects can't stand the natural sulfurs absorbed from the garlic. Insects that do come looking for a meal or a place to lay their eggs are repelled for 1-2 weeks, depending on the insect and conditions.
This Product Repels and/or Controls These Pests or Diseases: Ants (Mult), Aphids (Mult), Armadillos, Armyworm (Pseudaletia unipuncta), Beetles , Birds, Caterpillar Eggs (Mult), Deer, Grasshopper (Gryllus), Leafhopper (Circulifer tenellus), Leafminer (Phyllocnistis sp), Loopers, Mealybug (Planococcus citri), Mites (Tetranychus sp), Rabbits, Sawflies, Whitefly, Wireworm (Mult.)
General Application Rate:
- 1 cup of Garlic Barrier to 10 cups of water.
- Diluted quarts cover approximately 15,000 square feet.
Garlic Barrier can be applied to foliage or in the furrow on top of the seeds as they are planted. Early application to the seeds helps repel nematodes or other grubs from the seedlings. If applying to foliage, always spray early, between 7:30 AM and 11:00 AM, when plants have their stomata open so that more Garlic Barrier will be absorbed.
Row Crops, Flowers and Ornamentals:
Mix 1 gallon of Garlic Barrier with 100 gallons of water. Add 2-3 oz of Therm X70. Or use 1 gallon of an approved sticker for every gallon of Garlic Barrier, mixing them together before adding water. A pH of 5.5 - 6.0 provides the best results. Covers 10 - 12 acres before insects arrive. Begin when plants are 4 - 6 inches and repeat every 2 weeks as needed.
If you have a strong infestation, increase the strength of Garlic Barrier up to 5%. During active infestations, spray every 2 - 3 days as needed until insects are gone.
Apples, Plums, Pears, etc.:
Mix 1 gallon of Garlic Barrier with 250 gallons of water. Add 2-3 oz of Therm X70. Or use 1 gallon of an approved sticker for every gallon of Garlic Barrier, mixing them together before adding water. This mix provides coverage for up to 5 acres. Spray before blossom, after blossom, after bees have left and then again in 30 days.
Begin spraying cotton at the 6-leaf stage using a mixture of 1 gallon of Garlic Barrier mixed with 100 gallons of water. Add 2-3 oz of Therm X70. Or use 1 gallon of an approved sticker for every gallon of Garlic Barrier, mixing them together before adding water. Band spray. After 3 weeks, spray again. After 4 weeks broadcast spray and repeat every 2 - 3 weeks until insect pressure diminishes below established thresholds.
Mix 1 gallon of Garlic Barrier with 10 gallons of water and then add 2-3 oz of Therm X70. Or use 1 gallon of an approved sticker for every gallon of Garlic Barrier, mixing them together before adding water. Use a cold fogger and fog all plants weekly as needed to prevent infestation. If infestation already exists, make 2 quick sprays 72 hours apart.
Mix 1 gallon of Garlic Barrier with 50 gallons of water and then add 2-3 oz of Therm X70. Or use 1 gallon of an approved sticker for every gallon of Garlic Barrier, mixing them together before adding water. This mix will cover up to 10 acres. After each cutting, wait 1 week and repeat this spray formula.
Mix 1 gallon of Garlic Barrier with 50 gallons of water. Apply at a rate of 10 gallons per acre. Do not water for one day after application.
Plant Parasitic Nematodes, Root Maggots and Beetles:
Put Garlic Barrier and water into furrow as you plant, either on top of seed or in furrow before inserting transplant. Use 1 gallon of Garlic Barrier mixed with 50 gallons of water. Put enough in each furrow to thoroughly dampen the soil.
Environment: Outdoors, Crops, Orchards & Vineyards, Nursery, Greenhouse, Grow Room, Hydroponics, Aquaponics, Pond & Environment, Interiorscapes, Container Plants, Houseplants, Lawns, Vegetable Gardens
Storage: Store in original container, in a cool location. Store in a cool, dry place
Cannot Be Shipped To: AK,AL,AR,DC,IA,ID,KS,KY,LA,MS,ND,SC,WA,WV,WY
Warning & Toxicities: There are no poisons or harmful chemicals in Garlic Barrier; however, dogs can be particularly sensitive to garlic sprays. Use caution when applying Garlic Barrier in areas where they are active. Animals with chemical sensitivities can also have adverse reactions to garlic-based sprays.
Shelf Life: 2 years if tightly capped and stored properly. Refrigerated at 40° it can last 3 years.