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The safe and effective pesticide. A BETTER SOLUTION The proprietary technology of ANNIHILATION ensures the safe and complete elimination of pests that affect modern agriculture and gardens. In most cases, insects and eggs are dissolved leaving a plant free of infestation. HOW DOES IT WORK? How it works is our little secret; however, you are more than welcome to watch it work. Pick an easily accessible area of the plant that is infested and spray it with ANNIHILATION. After a few seconds the insects will twitch and die, after 10 minutes? legs and antennae will dissolve, and after an hour or so, depending on the size of the insects, the bodies and eggs will dissolve. ANNIHILATION cannot be sold as a concentrate as we have manipulated the quantum structure of the liquid. Dilution would negate this effect. Annihilation is a next generation pesticide that brings pest control back to how it was in the nineties. You get a problem, buy a product for that problem, and the problem goes away. The accepted normal these days seems to be a constant cycle of similar products applied every 3-5 days to prevent or control infestation. The makers of Annihilation consider this to be failure. Don’t let our ingredients make you think we are anything like our competitors? Due to the secrets of our manufacturing process, when Annihilation is used to eradicate pests, pests are eradicated. A month to six weeks between sprays is our normal, making our product the cheapest to use and requiring a fraction of the work hours. Also, don't be dismayed that Annihilation is not a concentrate and is usually more expensive per gallon as a result. At the end of the cycle you will lament the money and time you wasted before using this product. For every six minutes and one dollar an Annihilation user will spend, those who use other products can spend an hour and five dollars and will still have problems with infestation. Annihilation is a contact killer. Everything pest or mold it touches, dies. The key to a pest free garden therefore isn’t wondering if your poison will work but making sure the pesticide covers every square millimeter of the plants. This is more challenging that it seems, especially with the smallest insects. To get a good idea of what you are up against, dunk a leaf in a bucket of water, then pull it out after it’s soaked and look at the underside of the leaf with a magnifying device. You will be amazed at how much dry area you see. Complete coverage is tricky... The laws of physics interfere. The most effective method therefore is to treat the Annihilation pesticide like a machine gun. Rain hell on your targets until your clip is dry. If anything, foolishly pokes its head up after a little quiet on the garden front, blast them again. Reload for a third time if need be. No one has needed a fourth clip. Without the metaphor, recommended treatment is as follows... In an 18-hour period, spray Annihilation up to three times if need be. Night-morning-night is a good schedule. While safe to spray in the sun, you want the plants to stay wet as long as possible for maximum effectiveness. Annihilation only kills while a liquid. After it dries, its only as effective as other essential oil pesticides, which is to say, not at all effective in our opinion. After the first spray, let the pesticide dry and give it an hour or three. Then inspect the plants. If you see anything moving, spray again. Repeat once more if need be. Generally, the first spray kills 99% of the problem. The second spray will kill the bugs that were lucky enough to avoid contact on the first barrage. After their cohorts are dead though, the stragglers will come out into the open and make easy targets on the second spray. The third spray is only needed if the plants were so infested to begin with that any prudent gardener would have destroyed them rather than trying to save. Prudent gardeners who had never used Annihilation before, of course. Happy killing!!!!

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