Annihilation is an all-natural pesticide formulated from essential oils and a proprietary emulsification technology that can be used as a curative or a preventative at any stage. Annihilation renders eggs, juveniles, and adult forms of soft-bodied insects ineffective. Annihilation wards off powdery mildew making it your plants best friend.
Contact Killer – Annihilation is a contact killer safely killing pests and mold without harming your plants or the planet. Annihilation kills pests on contact at full strength and at reduced strength will be annihilated within 24/48 hours.
25B Exempt- The formulation of Annihilation is 25b exempt.
Annihilation at full strength has a zero hour return entry interval (REI) and is a contact killer that is compatible with any type of spray system. It is effective against Spider, Broad & Russet Mites, Thrips, Aphids, Root Aphids, and Powder Mold. To ensure complete coverage, spray plants up to 3 times within a 24-hour period. For young plants and unrooted clones, it is recommended to rinse plants 30 minutes after application. Annihilation can be used until day of harvest. Dispose of any leftover product in a drain connected to a septic system. Discard the product if the liquid has separated and is no longer translucent.
Root Drench: 0.5 oz. (15 mL) per 1 gallon of water
Use for: Insects (Root aphids) and fungal problems in the root zone. Always use on a test plant before applying on the entire crop. Plants that are already severely damaged or that have weakened genetics, can be damaged with application. After application, rinse the root zone with water an hour after application to remove any excess pesticide. By its nature, pesticide harms beneficial biology while killing infestation. Rinsing will minimize this side effect.
Maintenance/Powdery Mildew: 1 oz. (30 mL) per 1 gallon of water
Use for: Powder mold and any other fungal contamination. Also as a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly maintenance spray. Maintenance sprays are intended to catch pests and fungus issues before they become a problem.
General Kill: 2oz. (60 mL) per 1 gallon of water
Use for: All insects. If using on clones or young plants without an adequate root base, it is recommended to rinse the treated plants with water within an hour of the time that the initial pesticide application has dried.
Maximum Knockdown: 4oz. (120 mL) per 1 gallon of water
Use for: Aphids, thrips, caterpillars, and other larger insects. Higher concentrations are useful for insects with enough size to pull away from pesticide contact. As this concentration is almost always overkill, please try at lower concentrations first.
Water, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Soy Lecithin and Potassium Sorbate (Preservatives)
Ingedients are All-Natural except for preservatives.