Carbaryl is a man-made pesticide that is toxic to insects. When insects eat or touch carbaryl, it over stimulates their nervous systems. It is commonly used to control aphids, fire ants, fleas, ticks, spiders, and many other outdoor pests. Many carbaryl products can be used on agricultural crops, home gardens, lawns, and other ornamental plants. No carbaryl products are currently registered for use inside homes or on pets.
|General Questions about Carbaryl|
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