Use DEsect Diatomaceous Earth Insecticide to organically prevent your chickens from getting mites, lice, fleas or ticks. DEsect is a non-toxic way to treat coops, barns, and animal stalls from insect infestations. DEsect Diatomaceous Earth Insecticide is a natural & organic alternative to traditional pesticides. It can be applied as a powder, through dusting various parts of the chicken coop such as the roosting bars. This Diatomaceous Earth also has a convenient pour top that makes it easy to apply as part of the Deep Litter Method. One unique feature of DEsect Diatomaceous Earth Insecticide is that it has instructions on how to use as a spray as well as a powder. By mixing 1lb with 1 gallon of water in a spray applicator, you can apply DEsect as a liquid. The DEsect does not absorb in the water, so you have to keep it agitated during the application process so the DEsect does not sink to the bottom of the applicator. Using as a spray, you can quickly spray all portions of the coop, including the perimeter of the structure to create a bug barrier. DEsect is available online at our website http://www.pro-terra.com/product-category/insecticide/ as well as on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/DEsect-Diatomaceous-Earth-Insecticide-Formulated/dp/B0198UP4Q2/ref=sr_1_3?s=lawn-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1491324215&sr=1-3&keywords=diatomaceous+earth It can also be found at numerous Western & Supply stores such as C-A-L Ranch, Steve Regan MudBay & IFA.
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