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  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] CULT:
  • From: "Mike Greenfield" redear@infinet.com
  • Date: Sat, 6 Dec 2003 00:40:47 -0500

This is off a bottle I bought about 5 years ago. I did not know it was this old.  One application and no borers since.
This is too hard to read with out making photo huge. Left side says:
For housefly Control in Dairy Barns, Pig Parlors, Loafing Sheds, Poultry Houses, Calf Barns and Feed Lots.
Residual Wall Spray---Mix 1 gallon of Cygon 2-E in 25 Gallons of water( 1 pt in 3 gallons) Thoroughly wet all fly resting areas to the point of run-off. One gallon of spray will cover 500 to 1000 sq ft of wall or ceiling surface. Other areas where flies gather, such as around corrals should be sprayed thoroughly. Repeat applications as necessary.
Remove animals and poultry from buildings when applying residual wall sprays.
Spot Sprays-- Mix 1 pint of Cygone 2-E in 2 1/2 gallons of water. Apply with compressed air or knapsack type sprayer to areas around doorways. windows, alleyways, feed rooms, and other fly resting spots. Repeat as necessary.
Good sanitation is a necessary part of any effective fly control program.
This is just part of it. Nothing about using on iris or any plant. Warns not to use on food and to wash your clothes afterwards.
Thought it was interesting how it was used in the past.
Mike Greenfield
SW Ohio Zone 5b

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