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Garden Safe 24 fl. oz. Ready-to-Use Insecticidal Soap

Garden Safe

24 fl. oz. Ready-to-Use Insecticidal Soap

  • Kills grasshoppers, mites, earwigs and other listed insects
  • Use indoors and outdoors on flowers, vegetables, fruits and more
  • Insecticide for organic gardening that kills bugs through contact
$597 /each

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Product Overview

The Garden Safe Brand 24 fl. oz. Ready-to-Use Insecticidal Soap provides a pest-control solution for people who are concerned about using synthetic chemicals in their gardens. The soap is made of a combination of fatty-acid salts that are derived from plants. This product kills many common, damaging insects and is effective on the adult, larval and nymph stages of most insects.

  • Kills many damaging insects on contact to help keep areas free of pests
  • Designed to destroy aphids, mealybugs, mites, leafhoppers, psyllids, scale insects, thrips, whiteflies and more
  • May be used on ornamentals, shrubs, flowers, vegetables and fruits up to the day of the harvest
  • Formula contains fatty-acid salts that are made from plants rather than animals
  • Ideal for organic gardening use

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Customer Questions & Answers

For how long is this product effective?

I don't want this product to kill any hapless good bug, such as a bee, after the spray dries.
Asked by: Becky
Becky: It's been a couple of weeks so far and there's been no further sign of the aphids on my roses. I'm assumng I'm going to have to reapply it in the future when they start showing up again. It has been an ongoing battle and they are my two main nemesis in the garden. A couple of days after spraying the spider mites I blasted their webs with high pressure water and they seem to be done. There are application recommendations in the label so I think the best answer would be to read and follow the manufacturer's recommendations which will depend on what you're growing and the pest you're fighting. I hope that helps. Hank
Answered by: Hank
Date published: 2017-04-08

Is this product safe for use in areas where pets will be spending time?

Is this product safe for use in areas where pets will be spending time?
Asked by: EP
Yes, you can use this product if you have pets. We do recommend keeping them away from treated plants until the spray has completely dried, though.
Answered by: GardenSafe Product Expert
Date published: 2017-04-11

Can this soap ready to use insecticidal soap be used on a balcony-growing blue spruce tree?

The tree seems to have overwintered, but in other years, spider mites etc. have caused similar trees to die in the spring. If the above-mentioned product won't work, what will?
Asked by: Jill
Jill: I would think so. It's about as safe of an insecticide as you can find and use. It's not designed to spray the tree but the individual insects that are invading it. And that will depend on what you're fighting. If you have an insect problem this plugs up the holes they breathe through in their exoskeleton and it suffocates them. I hope that helps. Hank
Answered by: Hank
Date published: 2017-04-08

Why isn't this sold in stores anymore?

I used to buy this; much better than the miracle gro and others.
Asked by: IndoorGardener
IndoorGardener: That might have a lot to do with the market demand. I don't know a lot of people who are willing to do what you have to do to grow organically and some times they'll go for the toxic sprays as an overkill solution. Those other sprays not only kill the bad bugs but the beneficial ones too. I hope that helps, Hank
Answered by: Hank
Date published: 2017-04-08
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Customer Reviews

24 fl. oz. Ready-to-Use Insecticidal Soap is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Garden Safe Insecticidal Soap is as safe a means of killing insects as any I have used. I've alwa... Garden Safe Insecticidal Soap is as safe a means of killing insects as any I have used. I've always had concerns about: kids, pets, the food we eat that I grow and the beneficial insects in my garden so I had to be very careful. This is premixed so you don't have to have a chemistry degree to use it and it kills on contact. You spray just the insect pests, not the whole plant. It did a great job ridding my roses from aphids and spider mites off my tomatoes .
Date published: 2017-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from After one application of Jobe's fertilizer my roses exploded in colorful buds and attracted what ... After one application of Jobe's fertilizer my roses exploded in colorful buds and attracted what I'm sure was every insect pest in the area. The biggest culprits were aphids on the budding and blooming roses and spider mites on my young tomato plants. I'm picky about what I'll spray in my garden and I try to grow as organically as possible. This kills insects by sealing off the exo skeleton they breathe through and suffocating them. After having tried unsuccessfully to mix different combinations of dish soap and water without killing my plants I was glad to find this already premixed formula. All you have to do is set the nozzle and squeeze the trigger. After only one application the aphids were gone and it appears to be doing the same for my tomatoes! There was no lingering odor to spoil the scent of the roses and this is safer than many of the sprays I've used in the past. I highly recommend it. I hope this helps. Hank
Date published: 2017-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Safe Way to Get Rid of Garden Pests I use insecticidal soap as a nontoxic way to control aphids and scale in my garden without harming beneficial insects such as monarch butterfly caterpillars. The soap kills the unwanted bugs on contact and then quickly and harmlessly dries up. As long as you get an adequate amount of soap on the bugs, it appears to kill all of them. I’ve never timed how fast the kill is, but the bugs I spray one day are dead the next day, and are often dried up by then as well. Trigger pump provides a spray or a stream. I prefer to use the stream setting so I only hit the infested area. Always make sure to spray both the tops and bottoms of the leaves. If you use a lot of this, you can save money by buying insecticidal soap concentrate here on
Date published: 2016-05-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Seems to be working! I have a bunch of roses and fruit bushes/trees in my front yard an a problem with grubs and Japanese Beetles. Hopefully this will help with that. I have to be careful what I use on my edible plants as I don't wan to poison their fruit! I'm using this in combination with beetle bags to try and combat the threat to my front garden. Thankfully they seem to ignore the back vegetable garden!
Date published: 2016-07-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good and effective. My plants are nice and healthy again!! This spray (insectizidal soap) went to work on a few of my plants that showed a mealy white accumulation on leaves. It only took one or two applications, and plants are back to health and giving me lots of flowers.
Date published: 2014-07-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One application took care of my bug problem (probably aphids) This was very effective with our basil that was getting eaten up by what I suspect to be aphids (never saw them). Just one thorough application seem to have gotten rid of all of them. I can only recommend that the sprayer would distribute the liquid wider than narrow. It sprays out with a narrow heavy concentration - I'm sure it is more effective for specific areas, but I wondered if it was overkill. But just to ensure I got rid of the bugs, I drenched much of all the petals with several sprays per plant.
Date published: 2015-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stuff that works. Had a lot of that bad white stuff on my palm plants (mealy bugs. I went to Home Depot and saw several products that said they could cure it. I picked the least expensive, sprayed it on for about a week and it disappeared. Can't beat that.
Date published: 2015-08-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Useful on Vegetables This spray has been effective keeping aphids and other bugs of my pumpkin and kale plants this season. The spray works well, and it is very easy to use. I highly recommend it!
Date published: 2015-06-21
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