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Amdro Quick Kill Home Perimeter Insect Killer Granules

Protect your home from over 80 insects with Amdro Quick Kill Home Perimeter. This premium formula is uniquely made with sand and two powerful ingredients. The density of the sand allows the product to quickly penetrate materials like mulch and straw to start working fast. Even better, it kills and prevents insects for 3 months.

  • Kills insects by contact
  • Keeps killing for up to 3 months
  • Provides a protective barrier to keep bugs away all season
  • One bottle treats the average home 5 times

What it Controls

Ants, Fleas, Spiders, Armyworms, Chinch Bugs, Crickets, Earwigs, Spider Mites, Mole Crickets, Grubs, and Millipedes

When To Use

To control existing infestations or to create a preventative barrier around your home

Where To Use

Around home foundations

How To Use

Apply product in a continuous 2-foot wide band around the home perimeter. Thoroughly water the treated area immediately after application.

FAQ

Is this product harmful to pets?
Amdro Quick Kill Home Perimeter Insect Killer Granules has low toxicity to mammals. However, pets are not allowed in the treated area until the product has been watered in and dried.

Do I have to water in this product after application?
Yes, the treatment area must be watered-in immediately after applying the granules.

Can I use this product indoors?
No, Amdro Quick Kill Home Perimeter Insect Killer Granules is only for outdoor use. However, we do recommend using this product as a protective barrier around your home to keep insects from coming indoors.

How do I apply this product?
Apply this product in a 2-ft band around the perimeter of your home. After treatment, don't forget to thoroughly water immediately after application.

View All Targeted Pests

Aphids (including greenbug), Armyworms (including Lawn Armyworm, Fall Armyworm), Billbugs (including Bluegrass Billbug, Hunting Billbug), Black Turfgrass Ataenius (Adult), Bristletail, Caterpillars (including Lucerne Moth), Chinch Bugs, Crickets (including House Cricket, Common Short- tailed Cricket, Indies Short-tailed Cricket, Arizona Cricket, Tropical Cricket, Variable Field Cricket, Fall Field Cricket, Southeastern Field Cricket, Texas Field Cricket, Spring Field Cricket, Northern Wood Cricket, Western Striped Cricket, Eastern Striped Cricket, Sand Field Cricket, Vocal Field Cricket, Southern Wood Cricket), Cutworms (including Black Cutworm, Bronzed Cutworm, Granulate Cutworm, Variegated Cutworm), Earwigs, Essex Skipper, Fiery Skipper, Firebrat, Frit Fly, Grasshoppers, Ladybeetles, Leafhoppers, Mealybugs, Pillbugs, Scales (including ground pearls), Seed Maggots, Sowbugs, Springtails, Striped Grassworm, Two-lined Spittle Bugs, Webworms (including Sod Webworm, Grass Webworm, Tropical Sod Webworm), Wireworms, Annual Bluegrass Weevil (Hyperodes), Bermudagrass Mites, Chiggers, Clover Mites, Crane Flies (larvae), Ground Beetle, Ground Pearl, Spider Mites, Mole Crickets (including Tawny Mole Cricket, Southern Mole Cricket, Short-Winged Mole Cricket), Spiders (including Brown Recluse Spider, Marbled Cellar Spider, Longbodied Cellar Spider, Shortbodied Cellar Spider, Thinlegged Wolf Spider, Burrowing Wolf Spider, Pirate Wolf Spider), Ants (except Carpenter and Pharaoh ants), European Chafer, Fleas (larvae & adults), Grubs, Imported Fire Ants (adults), Millipedes, Scarab Beetles (includes Japanese Beetle, Green June Beetle, May Beetle), Scorpions (including Arizona Stripetail Scorpion, Southern Unstriped Scorpion, Lesser Stripetail Scorpion, Yellow Ground Scorpion, California Common Scorpion, Northern Scorpion, Eastern Sand Scorpion), Ticks (including Brown Dog Tick and ticks that may transmit Lyme Disease)