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Insect Control
1 qt. Concentrate
Makes 4 Gallons

(24 customer reviews)
  • Insecticide, miticide and repellant for use in organic gardens
  • Kills soft-bodied insects with botanical oils
  • Concentrated formula makes 4 gallons of product
  • Safe for people, pets and planet when used as directed
  • Ideal for use on houseplants, vegetable gardens, succulents, flowers, ornamentals, trees and shrubs
  • OMRI listed for use in organic gardening
  • Leaves no harmful residue
  • Can be used up until the day of harvest
  • Proven Bee Safe® when used as directed

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Description

Earth's Ally Insect Control Concentrate gives home gardeners and plant parents the best defense against common pests using an effective blend of rosemary, clove and peppermint oils. The formula quickly knocks down spider mites, whiteflies, aphids, thrips, mealy bugs, leaf rollers and scale insects. Earth’s Ally Insect Control has been independently tested and proven safe for bees. This concentrated formula yields 4 gallons of product, or approximately 20 spray bottles, when mixed with water.

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Safe Ingredients

  • Active Ingredients: Rosemary Oil, Clove Oil, Peppermint Oil (8.79%)
  • Inert Ingredients: Water, Glycerol Monooleate, Ethyl Lactate, Ascorbyl Palmitate (91.21%)
  • View the labels and SDS sheets here

Directions for Use

For best results, shake the bottle, dilute 1 cup concentrate in 1 gallon water and fully saturate the stems, leaves and undersides of the plant you are treating. Do not apply in temperatures over 90 degrees and for additional safety, avoid use when pollinators are active.

Available Sizes

  • 24 fl. oz. ready-to-use
  • 1 qt. concentrate (makes 4 gallons)
  • 1 qt. concentrate (makes 5 gallons)

24 reviews for Insect Control
1 qt. Concentrate
Makes 4 Gallons

4.2
Based on 24 reviews
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  1. Taz54

    I love these Earth Ally Products, made in the USA and Field Tested Farmer Approved. It's fall and I'm getting ready for winter. I'm using the Earth Ally Insect Control product to spray my house plants that have spent the spring and summer lounging on the courtyard porch. Too many times I've forgotten and brought those plants indoor and had to fight the critters in my carpet and on the plants. Take my advice it's much easier to take some time to treat your house plants outside than inside.

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  2. Bonnie

    I had a problem with pasty little white flies on both indoor and outdoor plants so this spray was needed to eliminate the problem before all my plants were effected. The scent is nice and not overpowering. I followed instructions for best spraying time and It did work on the first application. I did a second application 5 days later to make sure. So far they have not returned to the plants sprayed. I'm happy with the product and results.

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  3. ANorm

    We do not use chemicals in our garden so this product is perfect. We just started using it on our okra and squash because we were seeing unwelcome bugs on them. It got rid of the bugs and cause zero harm to the plants. There are a whole family of products from this company which are beneficial to every organic gardener or, like us, just don't want to spray chemicals on food we will be eating or plants growing said food.
    It smells good and the packaging is recycle friendly.

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  4. THENana

    I really liked using this insect spray. It was for my crepe Myrtles, which were covered in white flies and white fly larvae. The instructions were simple and easy to follow. Just thoroughly sprayed my plants. Almost immediate improvement and infestation continued to decline after use. Love that it doesn't harm pollinators! No unpleasant smell during use.

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  5. SeriousDIY

    I love that this is organic, and prefer this over chemical any day. It seems to do the job for soft-bodied insects, but ineffective on the hard bodied insects like cucumber beetle. I would love to see it work on both, but may have to go back to neem oil. I certainly appreciate Earth's Ally products because have seen the nasty effect of chemicals and don't want them on my food.

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  6. AlwaysDIYing

    It is too early to tell whether or not the spray will do what it is supposed to do. But, one significant difference between it and other bug, pest, and disease control sprays is the smell. I've previously used a pest sprays on plants which smelled so bad that we would avoid those areas of the yard for days. This spray does not smell bad and I'm happy to use it in areas where we regularly sit and relax in the back yard.

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