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Safer Brand Insect Soap - 32 oz.

Effectively Targets:
  • aphids
  • earwigs
  • grasshoppers
  • harlequin bugs
  • leafhoppers
  • mealybugs
  • mites
  • and more...

Eradicate Destructive Insects While Maintaining a Healthy Garden

Safer Brand Insect Soap with Seaweed Extract is a special formulation of insecticidal soap that kills a variety of plant-eating insects on contact, while allowing your garden and other beneficial organisms to thrive. It’s OMRI-listed and compliant for use in organic gardening; just spray your plants, flowers, and edibles to protect them from insect destruction.

The Added Power of Seaweed Extract

For years, savvy gardeners have used seaweed extract to improve the overall health of their vegetation and accelerate growth. Now, you can treat your plants with seaweed extract with every spray of Safer Brand Insect Soap thanks to its unique formulation.

A Trusted Remedy Proven to Kill Harmful Insects

Insecticidal soap (otherwise known as potassium salts of fatty acids) is made with natural plant extracts that dehydrate and kill certain insects on contact. Soft-bodied insects like aphids and mealybugs are most effected by insecticidal soap, which works by weakening their bodies’ waxy coating and penetrating their cellular membranes causing water to leak out. This particular solution is carefully formulated to give you the ideal concentration of the active ingredient to target these harmful insects while allowing other beneficial species to thrive. Just spray at the first signs of insects and their damage, and apply regularly to keep your plants pest-free.

Just Spray to Protect

Fruits and Vegetables

Apply directly to your organic crops until the day of harvest.

Flowers

Safely defend your roses and a range of other flower varieties. But first, test for any rare sensitivities.

Ornamentals

Easily treat any trees and shrubs that may be susceptible to destructive infestations.

Houseplants

Use indoors on houseplants without worrying about harming your family or pets.

The Benefits of Organic Gardening

Besides preventing the harmful effects caused by synthetic chemicals, organic gardening offers a host of additional economic and health benefits. An organic regimen saves money in the long run by helping to create sustainable gardens that produce greater yields, reducing the need for fertilizers and pest controls over time. Furthermore, increased organic matter in your soil reduces erosion and conserves water, and organic produce is more flavorful and nutrient-dense. Because Safer products are third-party endorsed for use in organic gardening - both by OMRI and the USDA - you can be sure that you are using the healthiest and most economical solutions for you, your plants and your family.

Insect Soap End ALL with Neem Oil Neem Oil Ready to Use Insect Soap Garden Fungicide
Model # 5110 5102 5180-6 5118-6 5450
Active Ingredients neem oil; pyrethrins; potassium salts of fatty acids neem oil potassium salts of fatty acids sulfur
Kills Eggs/Larvae
Kills Adult Insects
OMRI Listed and Compliant for Use in Organic Gardening

Product information 1 Pack

Important information

Ingredients :

Potassium Salts Of Fatty Acids{1.015%}and Pyrethrins{012%}. Concentrate Contains Potassium Salts Of Fatty{20%}and Pyrethrins{.24%}.

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TamTam
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Worked Great On Fungus Gnats
Reviewed in the United States on March 27, 2017
Size: 1 Pack
In trying to save money I had purchased a few bags of potting soil from a nearby dollar store to transplant a few of my plants. Lesson learned, I will not do that again. In a few months I ended up with an army of fungus gnats in my home. I thought that they would stay... See more
In trying to save money I had purchased a few bags of potting soil from a nearby dollar store to transplant a few of my plants. Lesson learned, I will not do that again. In a few months I ended up with an army of fungus gnats in my home. I thought that they would stay near the plants but these little buggers flew all throughout the place and seemed to enjoy being near people. Not cool. I was hoping this would work because in addition to houseplants, I also grow herbs and micro greens that I consume and did not want to take a chance using chemicals that might make these unsafe to eat. I used this product every week on all of my plants except the herbs and micro greens. I used it until the bottle was finished and it did the job. My home is now free from fungus gnats. I am very mindful of where I get my potting soil from now and recently purchased organic soil from Amazon. The one that I want to point out is that this product states it is has no odor but it actually does. In fact, the odor is such that it was noxious and I would only use it right after opening the windows and leaving my home. For those with sensitive respiratory systems or conditions such as asthma, this may not be a good option for you. I am giving it 4 stars for the noxious odor.
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stephen
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not good with gnats
Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2018
Size: 1 Pack
If you''re trying to get rid of all those gnats in your soil, this product does not work well. I used it over several weeks in my potted plants (indoors) and the damn gnats are still all over the place. You can still visibly seem them crawling in the soil too. Not the best... See more
If you''re trying to get rid of all those gnats in your soil, this product does not work well. I used it over several weeks in my potted plants (indoors) and the damn gnats are still all over the place. You can still visibly seem them crawling in the soil too. Not the best product if being used for this purpose...
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Nancy Bautista
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Works on mealybugs and aphid
Reviewed in the United States on February 26, 2017
Size: 1 Pack
I tried for an entire year to eliminate the mealybugs bugs from my patio plants by washing them weekly, all I acomplished was to control the population, but if I missed a weekend in two weeks they will be back, I decided to find an insecticide that were "green" and... See more
I tried for an entire year to eliminate the mealybugs bugs from my patio plants by washing them weekly, all I acomplished was to control the population, but if I missed a weekend in two weeks they will be back, I decided to find an insecticide that were "green" and found this that states is for organic gardening, I hope is planet friendly enough.
The mealybugs were gone in two applications, and a new plant I brought seemed to have alphid, so I applied to the new plant and it also got rid of those. I am now thinking on getting some ladybugs in case the mealybugs or the alphid comes back the only thing is that there''s many lizards in my plants I don''t know if they would eat the ladybugs.
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Patricia R. Andersen
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
kills rose slugs
Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2016
Size: 1 Pack
Oh my, my roses were being eaten up horribly. In a very short time, the leaves were skeltonized. My beautiful yellow white roses looked horrible and was sure I was going to lose them. I searched the internet to diagnose what the problem could be. It turns out it was rose... See more
Oh my, my roses were being eaten up horribly. In a very short time, the leaves were skeltonized. My beautiful yellow white roses looked horrible and was sure I was going to lose them. I searched the internet to diagnose what the problem could be. It turns out it was rose slugs. I didn''t even know there were such things as a rose slug. After I checked my roses and confirmed it was rose slugs (they are tiny). I had to search for something to get rid of the damned things
I spent a lot of time, again on the internet, researching what could be used on the roses without harming the environment. I kept seeing the Safer Brand Insect Killing Soap being mentioned in various blogs and articles. I did a little more research and decided to buy this product with little hope that my roses could survive the onslaught of rose slugs.
I follow the directions carefully, totally saturating the leaves on the top and the bottom. It wasn''t as smelly as most pesticides I am familiar with, so that was a plus for me. And within 2 days, my roses began to grow new healthy leaves. and within 4 days my roses began to bloom again. I was very impressed. I also heavily mulched the roses as well as adding ground cinnamon to the mulch because the rose slugs apparently do not like cinnamon.
I was quite impressed by the product and how quickly it worked. I recommend Safe Brand Insect Killing Soap for anyone dealing with any bugs that the product that it is recommended for. I think you will be quite happy with the results.
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Chuck Wilder
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not so effective on aphids
Reviewed in the United States on February 26, 2019
Size: 1 Pack
My grapefruit tree, with abundant leaves, became covered with fragrant blossoms ... which immediately became covered with aphids. I sprayed with the Safer 5110-6 soap as quickly as I could get it. It did not seem to eliminate any of the aphids, and the tree, which had... See more
My grapefruit tree, with abundant leaves, became covered with fragrant blossoms ... which immediately became covered with aphids. I sprayed with the Safer 5110-6 soap as quickly as I could get it. It did not seem to eliminate any of the aphids, and the tree, which had been flourishing, suddenly lost all of its leaves over about a four-day period. Branches and the top have died. The die-back may have been caused by something else, but this did not kill the aphids.
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NYCguy
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Almost killed my plant.
Reviewed in the United States on July 3, 2018
Size: 1 Pack
This ‘plant friendly’ bug spray almost killed my huge poinsettia (4ft) It had a small infestation of tiny white flies & I could see it wasn’t doing so well. So I sprayed it with this product & 24hrs later all the leaves started to shrivel & turn brown & started to fall off.... See more
This ‘plant friendly’ bug spray almost killed my huge poinsettia (4ft) It had a small infestation of tiny white flies & I could see it wasn’t doing so well. So I sprayed it with this product & 24hrs later all the leaves started to shrivel & turn brown & started to fall off. It really looked like I’d killed it. Had to take drastic measures & put it in the shower & wash off the spray, remove all dying leaves & repot it in new soil. I threw what was left out & would never use this product on my plants again. It is NOT plant friendly.
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Truth Seeker
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
SAVED MY SUCCULENTS FROM MEALY BUGS!
Reviewed in the United States on December 25, 2014
Size: 1 Pack
This review is specially written for Cactus and Succulent lovers everywhere who have watched helplessly as their echiveria and aloes were devastated by the scurge of Mealy Bugs. I was desperate when I saw my favorite Aloe infested with the marshmallowy-cotton candy... See more
This review is specially written for Cactus and Succulent lovers everywhere who have watched helplessly as their echiveria and aloes were devastated by the scurge of Mealy Bugs. I was desperate when I saw my favorite Aloe infested with the marshmallowy-cotton candy like-toothpaste goo that is the telltale sign of a MEALY BUG INFESTATION. I was amazed that no traditional off-the-shelf pesticide even mentions mealy bugs, let alone kills them. So when I found this product on Amazon I read every review, but didn''t find many of them helpful. The product label says it works on half a dozen insects on a variety of plants, so when a reviewer simply says, "It works!" without saying what it worked on, I still wasn''t sure if it would help me in my particular situation. Taking a leap of faith, I purchased Safer Brands Insect Killing Soap, prayed to the Cactus Gods and baptized my beloved aloe with its cleansing concoction. And I can say without equivocation that it absolutely works without harming the succulent leaves.

I waited 4 long months before writing this review to make sure my succulent survived the summer. Succulent collectors are not like other plant lovers. And succulents are not like other plants. Their leaves do not stick out from the stem by a thin shaft like the leaves of a tree. The fleshy leaves of an aloe actually envelop the shaft of the stem itself, winding their way up and around the stem like a spiral staircase - only much more dense. Making matters worse, mealy bugs don''t just attach themselves to the surface of the leaf - they burrow deep inside, all the way back where the leaf wraps around the stem, destroying it from the inside out. So when it comes to succulents, by the time the first fleshy leaf starts to wither and die a lot of damage has already occurred. And by the time I got on top of my infestation, many of the leaves were already too far gone, dying from the bottom up - level after level turning black, shriveling and then falling away.

I would like to share my method of applying the product, in the hope you learn from my mistakes. The first thing I did was to remove as many of the mealy bugs with water. For a serious infestation, I didn''t want to simply spray on the soap if I could actively remove the larger gobs of mealy bug goo myself. So I painstakingly sprayed almost every leaf with the water nozzle, dislodging most of the visible mealy bugs. I then waited for it to dry and then sprayed the Insect Killing Soap everywhere - making sure to separate the dense thick leaves to spray between them all the way back to the stem. After two days I once again used the hose and sprayed it clean again, discovering more pockets of mealy bug resistance. After it dried, I once again applied the Soap. When I could no longer see any mealy bugs I sprayed it lightly every other day for a week. And then began the long waiting game - hoping that the upward spiral of dying leaves would stop.

After several weeks, the leaves were still dying even though I couldn''t see a single mealy bug. I thought this would continue until all the leaves were gone, but after the 3rd ring of aloe leaves shriveled up, the dying finally stopped. The aloe stabilized and thrived for the rest of the summer. As it enters its winter dormand phase, it still looks great without a single additional dead leaf. After much contemplation, I think I figured out why I lost several more layers of leaves even after the infestation was eradicated. In my desire to dislodge as many mealy bugs as possible with the hose, I think I sprayed the water with too much force. In my zeal to blast away the sticky goo, I may have partially dislodged several rows of healthy aloe leaves by aiming the nozzle directly at the stem with too much force. I was just so scared the product wouldn''t work or that I''d miss a hidden patch of mealy bugs that I over did it. So now that you know with certainty that you can trust this product, use the hose or water bottle gently and help your beloved succulent thrive for years to come. Good luck to you all. Now go save your succulents!

*SPECIAL NOTE FOR BLUE ECHEVERIA (e.g. Echeveria imbricata) On select species of echeveria, you will notice what appears to be a thin translucent waxy film that gives them their bluish tint. This is called pruinescence. When spraying Safer Brand Insect Killing Soap on such plants, you will inevitably wash away this powdery film turning the once blue echeveria a pale green. From my experience, this color change is permanent but will not otherwise harm the succulent. Unfortunately, they lose some of their beauty when this happens (in my opinion), but the only alternative is a dead blue succulent. The only solution is to catch the infestation early and apply the product sparingly to the stem and beneath the petals to preserve the color. If I find any alternatives I shall update this post.

UPDATE REGARDING CONCENTRATION OF ACTIVE INGREDIENT BETWEEN PREMIXED 32oz BOTTLE AND CONCENTRATE

Amazon also sells a concentrated form of this soap that is significantly cheaper by volume. In looking at the two products, I noticed a significant difference in the concentration of the active ingredient. In short, the ready-to-spray bottle has 2% of the active ingredient, but if you follow the instructions on the concentrate bottle, you will end up with a 1% solution. Several reviewers say that the soap killed their plants, so if you have sensitive plants or are concerned about the effect of this soap on them, you can dilute this premixed product with an equal part of water and still get results.

I contacted the company and got a response back. The following is my question and afterwards will be the response from Safer Brands.

QUESTION: Dear Safer Brands, There seems to be a big difference between the dilution ratio of the concentrate when compared to the ready-to-spray bottle. The premixed 32 oz. bottle says it contains 2% of the active ingredient (potassium salts of fatty acids) by weight. So for every 98 oz. of water, you would need 2 oz. of the PURE active ingredient. BUT, the concentrate is NOT 100% pure active ingredient. It is 50% active ingredient. So in reality, for every 96 oz. of water, you would have to add 4 oz. of this concentrate to get the same 2% ratio of active ingredient as the premixed bottle. But you instructions recommend adding 2 oz. of the concentrate for every 100 oz. of water, giving you a 1% ratio.

I received the following response from Safer Brands:

Thank you for contacting Safer® Brand. We are happy to provide more information on our products. Your calculations are correct that the Ready-to-Use has 2% active ingredients while the concentrate has 1%. We did efficacy testing when creating the concentrate and found that a 1% active ingredient is very comparable and has the added benefit of being more gentle to plant species that are more sensitive.
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Yes its Me
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good stuff
Reviewed in the United States on April 29, 2020
Size: 1 Pack
The product came too late when I noticed spider mites on 2 Caltheas. I ended up throwing them out because I didn''t know what to do. But I have used it for suspected outbreaks, when the tell take signs were present (sticky residue, spots). It seems fairly gentle and smells... See more
The product came too late when I noticed spider mites on 2 Caltheas. I ended up throwing them out because I didn''t know what to do. But I have used it for suspected outbreaks, when the tell take signs were present (sticky residue, spots). It seems fairly gentle and smells so good! Leaves leaves looking nice and most seem to tolerate it unscathed. A little goes a long way but it''s still expensive. Thinking about ordering a third bottle to have on hand. I have about 75 indoor plants.
You have to wipe all surfaces with this and repeat for it to be effective. I use my hands to smear and agitate the leaves. I don''t sit my plants in light immediately following to prevent burn. I also follow with a misting of water to re-wet the soap on the leaves immediately after it dries. It''s like a double dose because once it''s dry it won''t prevent pests.
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