Customer Reviews for Compare-N-Save 32 oz. Systemic Tree and Shrub Insect Drench

Internet #203112613

Model #75346

  • Protect up to 12 months with one application
  • 1.47% imidacloprid concentrate
  • Use on outdoor trees & shrubs, including listed fruit & nut trees

Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
    out of 66 reviews
  • 90% recommend this product
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Unable to give stars, takes weeks to see results, gave...
Unable to give stars, takes weeks to see results, gave it a one star for now. But I'm sure it will do it's intended 'job'
by Huladorothy
It's too early for me to tell....
It's too early for me to tell.
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by HomeDepotCustomer
It took care of most of the aphids within 1...
It took care of most of the aphids within 1 month. Easy to use. I'm very happy
by PD
The instructions of "no more than 9.4 oz per 1000...
The instructions of "no more than 9.4 oz per 1000 sq. feet of lawn area" is misleading. This max applies to the concentrate, not the diluted solution. I took me awhile checking the Internet to understand this.
by OneMagnoliaOwner
I gave the product 5 stars hoping it will help save the birch tree infected with beetles. It's r...
I gave the product 5 stars hoping it will help save the birch tree infected with beetles. It's really much too soon to know how effective the drench was. If the tree if still alive by next July, then the 5 stars are correct.
by none
Systemic poisons kill birds and bees
This contains NeoNicotinoids which are the DDT of our age. Any of these products that kill by being absorbed into the plant will kill bees, hummingbirds, songbirds and anything else that consumes a part of the plant. They are banned in Europe and should NOT be sold in the US. Google Neonicontinoids to find articles by National Geographic, Science, NPR, etc.
by Tri4Realz
No more signs of tree bores.
No more signs of tree bores.
by toby
So far I have no aphids , but it's too early to really tell . Application w...
So far I have no aphids , but it's too early to really tell . Application was easy , hoping for good results .
by Stever
My hibiscus plant had been taken over by aphids. Within...
My hibiscus plant had been taken over by aphids. Within 2-3 days the bugs were gone and within 10 days my plant was healthier than when we planted it.
by Lulu
Response from Compare-N-Save SpecialistApr 22, 2020
Thanks Lulu CompareNSave
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