The Bug Control Aisle
Here in the bug control aisle, you’ll find everything you need to prevent and control the insects that want to harm your lawn, sneak into your house, and devour your landscape. We’re here to help you select the most effective products for whatever’s bugging you.
Control bugs in the lawn.
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Control bugs around the house.
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Bonide Ant Killer Granules 1 LB$7.99
Bonide Bug And Slug Bait 3 LB$33.99
Bonide Bug And Slug Bait 1.5 LB$17.99
Zamzows Home Pest Control 1 GAL$21.99
Zamzows Creepy Crawly Barrier 3 LB$14.99
Dual Action Bed Bug Spray Ready To Use 1 QT$21.99
Bonide Diatomaceous Earth Jug 1.3 LB$9.99
Bonide Wasp And Hornet Foam 15 OZ$5.99
Control bugs in your trees and shrubs.
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Zamzows Z-One Insecticide Ready To Use 32 OZ$12.99
Zamzows Z-One Insecticide Hose End 32 OZ$24.99
Zamzows Z-One Insecticide Concentrate 16 OZ$17.99
Zamzows Tree And Shrub Drench 1 GAL$49.99
Zamzows Last Call Spinosad Concentrate 16 OZ$24.99
Zamzows Tree And Shrub Drench 32 OZ$21.99
Bonide Rose Shield Systemic Drench 40 OZ$14.99
Bonide Mosquito Beater Fog 15 OZ$9.99
Repel Unwanted Animals
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Lawn Recovery Products
Controlling the bug is the first step. If you want your plants to recover and help them fight off future infestations, consider these products in your control strategy.
More Lawn Categories
Weed Control for the Lawn
Disease Control for the Lawn
Amendments for the Lawn
Looking For Something Else?
Not sure what’s wrong? These articles and videos might help.
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