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Amdro Quick Kill Mosquito Yard Spray

Amdro Quick Kill Mosquito Yard Spray kills mosquitoes by contact and provides same day control. Simply attach your hose to the sprayer, and the liquid mixes automatically as you spray. This product is great for application to your lawn & landscape areas and treats up to 2,100 sq. ft.

  • Kills mosquitoes that may transmit West Nile Virus, Zika Virus & Chikungunya
  • Kills mosquitoes in yard by contact
  • Advanced killing action starts within minutes
  • Visible results
  • Guaranteed to work or your money back

What it Controls

Mosquitoes, Flies, Stink Bugs, and Crane Flies

When To Use

When insects or damage first appear

Where To Use

Lawns, trees and shrubs, roses and flowers, and outside surfaces of buildings

How To Use

Shake well before using. Connect to hose and spray.

FAQ

Is this product safe to use around pets?
We recommend keeping pets and children out of the treated area when applying and waiting until the product has completely dried before letting them back in the treated area.

Will this product harm my thick green grass or lawn?
This product will not harm turf grasses when it is applied correctly according to the directions on the bottle.

Is it safe to use on flowering plants?
Yes, this product is safe for use in gardens such as ornamentals and vegetable gardens.

How long does this treatment last?
This product is a contact killer and starts to work within minutes. If you see renewed mosquito activity, you can reapply a week after initial treatment, as needed.

Does this product kill mosquito eggs/larvae?
No, this product is an adulticide, which means it will only kill adult mosquitoes. For larvicide treatment, you can use Amdro Quick Kill Mosquito Bombs or Pellets to prevent mosquito larvae from developing into adult mosquitoes.

View All Targeted Pests

Mosquitoes, Plant Bug family such as Adelphocoris Plant Bugs, Scarlet Plant bugs, Tarnished Plant Bugs, and Four-lined Plant Bug; Assassin bug family such as Bee Assassins, Wheel Bug; Ambush Bug family such as Jagged Ambush Bug; Lace Bug family such as Oak Lace Bug; Seed Bug family such as Small Eastern Milkweed Bug; Long-necked Seed Bug, and Large Milkweed Bug; Stilt Bug family such as Stilt Bugs; Leaf-footed Bug family such as Florida Leaf-footed Bug, and Squash Bug; Scentless Plant Bug family such as Eastern Boxelder Bug and Western Boxelder Bug; Stink bug family such as Green Stink Bug, Brochymenas, Two-spotted Stink Bug (Conspicuous Stink Bug), Harlequin Cabbage Bug (Calico Bug, Fire Bug), Spined Soldier Bug, Crane fly family such as Wood-boring Tupulid, Giant Western Crane Fly, and Crane Flies; Phantom Crane Flies such as Phantom Crane Fly; Netwinged Midges such as Comstock’s Net-winged Midge; Phantom Midges; Black Flies such as Black Flies; March Flies family such as March Flies; Fungus Gnats family such as Fungus Gnats; Snipe Fly family such as Gold-backed Snipe Fly; Stiletto Fly; Mydas Fly family such as Mydas fly; Robber Fly family such as Bearded Robber Fly, Sacken’s Bee Hunter, Giant Robber Fly, Bee Killer (Giant Robber Fly), and Robber Flies; Bee Flies such as Bee Fly, Large Bee Flies, and Progressive bee Flies; Dance Flies such as Dance Flies; Long-Legged Flies such as Condylostylid Long-legged Flies, and Texan Long-legged Fly; Hover Fly family such as Woollty Bear Hover Flies, Elongate Aphid Flies, Drone Flies, Bulb Flies, American Hover Flies, and Toxomerus Hover Fly; Thick Headed Fly family such as Thick headed fly; Pyrgotid Fly family such as Pyrgotid Flies; Fruit Fly family such as Walnut Husk Fly, and Apple Maggot Fly; Seaweed Fly family such as California Seaweed Fly; Marsh Fly family such as Marsh flies; Shore fly family such as Yellowstone Brine Fly; Pomace fly family such as Vinegar Fly; Anthomyiid Fly family such as Dung Fly; Muscid Fly family such as House Fly, Screw-worm Fly, and Green Bottle Fly; Flesh Fly family such as Flesh flies; Tachnid Fly family such as Beelike Tachinid Fly, Early Tachinid Fly, Repetitive Tachinid Fly, Tachina Fly, and Fringe-legged Tachinid Fly