Pesticides: Dylox (Quick Kill)
Pesticide Classification
__ Herbicide __ Fungicide
_X Insecticide/Miticide
__ Molluscicide __ Repellent
Properties Properties Properties
__ Selective
__ Non-selective

__ Pre-emergent
__ Post-emergent

__ Systemic
__ Contact
__ Broad Spectrum
__ Specific

__ Systemic
__ Non-systemic

__ Protectant
__ Eradicant
_X Synthetic
__ Biological
__ Oil
__ Soap
__ Botanical
__ Other
_X Broad-spectrum
__ Specific

__ Systemic
_X Non-systemic

_X Contact poison
__ Stomach poison
__ Other

Common Brand Names:

Bayer Advanced 24 Hour Grub Control
Hi Yield Dylox 6.2 G

Chemical Action and Usages: Dylox is an organophosphate insecticide in a granular form for use on lawns to control mole crickets, sod webworms, cutworms, grubs and other listed insects in turf. Active ingredient is trichlorfon, which acts as a contact poison. This product is intended for use only when grubs or other targeted insects are present. It must be watered into the insect zone (1/2” to 1” of water) within 24 hours of application. Once watered in, the targeted insect is killed on contact and the active ingredient then degrades rapidly.

Cautions/Instructions: Read the label carefully of the brand you have selected. Apply the product according to the directions on the label. Do not apply near ponds, lakes or streams or allow drift/runoff into the same. Keep children and pets off treated lawn until the grass has been watered and allowed to dry.

Toxicity: Toxic to humans (Poisoning most often occurs through ingestion, skin absorption or vapor inhalation). Highly toxic to fish, birds and wildlife.