Choose carefully, do your
homework and you'll be able to deal with your
pest situation in safe and effective ways.
In the table below we've only listed
relatively low toxicity materials. However, despite
some label instructions, we do not generally
recommend using insecticides indoors in
residential applications. Exceptions to this
rule are some of the new botanical insecticides
and some natural dust insecticides which can
be safely used indoors for a variety of pests. See
label instructions for these applications. As with
any insecticide, please read and carefully
follow these instructions.
Be sure to check the product label
instructions for proper use. Pesticide use is
regulated by local and national laws in most
countries. It is your responsibility to operate
within the laws of where you live.
Important If you use pesticides you
must follow local laws regarding where and how they
can be used. As a general rule, if you apply
pesticides on property that you don't own
you'll need to be licensed. Application on public
property also generally requires an applicator
license of some type. These licenses are
typically administered by state agriculture
departments, or the equivalent.