Margaret Roberts Biological Mosquito Insecticide is a microbial insecticide (biological agent) for the control of mosquito and fungus gnat larvae in their breeding sites.
Reg. no L7622 Act 36/47
Contains: Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis
Used Against: Mosquitoes and fungus gnat larvae (also used in Africa for the control of blackfly larvae)
Dosage: Average 40 g per 10 litre water/ 1000 m² breeding areas.
Area/Crop: Ponds, marsh and wet areas, lawn and potting soil.
Environmental hazard: Kills larvae of mosquitoes and fungus gnats. No harmful toxic residues. No secondary poisoning. Can be used over breeding areas of mosquitoes, e.g. fish ponds. Harmless to bees, birds, fish, pets, wildlife, most beneficial aquatic insects and natural predators. Does not kill adult mosquitoes, only larvae. Very low dosage. Non persistent in the environment.