PyGanic® Gardening

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PyGanic is the organic insecticide proven to get rid of hundreds of common garden pests. 100 years ago we created a way to extract a powerful plant-made insecticide from daisy flowers called Pyrethrum, a key ingredient in PyGanic. Since then, it has earned the trust of professional farmers and gardening experts.

Primary Uses

  • Kills Common Garden Pests
  • Fruit Flies
  • Mites
  • Japanese Beetles
  • Caterpillars
  • House Flies
  • Boxelder bugs
  • Thrips
  • Crickets
  • Armyworms
  • Leafhoppers
  • Moths
  • Stink Bugs
  • Bag Worms
  • Plus 100s More...

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Benefits
  • OMRI listed. Accepted for Organic Gardening.
  • Quickly gets rid of common pests like aphids, beetles, caterpillars, fruit flies, mites and thrips and hundreds more.
  • Naturally breaks down in sunlight. Can be applied the same day fruits and veggies are picked.
  • Can be used on most types of fruits & vegetables.

PyGanic Gardening FAQs

8oz./Half-Pint , 32oz./Quart, 128oz./Gallon

You can buy PyGanic Gardening products on multiple e:commerce sites; Amazon.com, Aribico.com, ePestHero.com and DoMyOwn.com

Apply the product when you see pest present that you want to control. Pest can be present at any time during the growing season. The product does not have any residual killing so it will not last long enough to be a preventative.

If applied during the crawling stage (immature stage) it will be effective on scale bugs.

Yes when you spray it directly on the beetle it will kill them. Make sure the read the label rate for Japanese beetles and mix the concentration to that level.

To ensure proper distribution of the product we recommend using the product within 24 hours of mixing it with water

While the PyGanic Gardening label allows for applications to crops that can be ingested or consumed such as mint, hops and herbs, the US EPA prohibits cannabis from being listed as an approved crop on any registered insecticide.

All MGK products are tested at label rates to ensure that they do not damage plants and their blooms. Make sure to read the correct label rates needed and follow all application instructions.

Earthworms are important model species for assessing the non-target toxicity of active ingredients. In general, Pyrethrins (active ingredients in PyGanic Gardening Gardening) have a very low acute toxicity to earthworms even when directly incorporated into the soil. In summary, under the application rates prescribed on the label, PyGanic Gardening will not have negative impact on earthworms in the soil.

Pyrethrin is an insecticide and not a soap. It kills certain insects by affecting their nervous system. It is derived from Chrysanthemum, considered safe, and has been used for thousands of years. MGK also sells Azera products that includes the active ingredient in neem oil, Azadirachtin.

Yes, PyGanic Gardening is OMRI listed and meets USDA’s National Organic Program (NOP) requirements.

All MGK products are tested at label rates to ensure that they do not damage plants and their blooms. Make sure to read the correct label rates needed and follow all application instructions.

Fleas are not listed on the label.

PyGanic Gardening can be used on flowers and flowering vines. However, using the product when beneficial insects are around could be harmful. Best to apply early morning or late evening when these types of insects are not around.

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