Flying Skull Plant Products brings Nuke Em to the indoor/outdoor gardening community. This multi-purpose insecticide and fungicide kills the eggs, larvae, juvenile and adult insects that feed on and ultimately kill plants. It targets all species of Broad Mites, Russet Mites, Spider Mites, Root Aphids, Leaf Aphids, Thrips, Whitefly and other plant leaf and soil insect parasites. Its unique formula also allows for outstanding control of the vast varieties of powdery mildew and mold found in the garden. Made entirely with food grade ingredients that you would find in a loaf of bread! Brilliant!!
Nuke em won't lower the value of your harvest like other insecticides/fungicides! You’ve worked hard for your customers, Don’t lose them because your harvest didn’t taste or smell the same. Think about it; do you have customers that purchased from you but then they stopped? Was it after a crop you treated with insecticides or fungicides? Did those insecticides/fungicides have Pyrethrums, plant oils, petroleum oils, detergents, surfactants or soaps in them? Don’t feel alone. We have gotten thousands of new customers because they lost profit from crops after they applied supposedly natural pesticides. Don’t worry; Nuke Em is here to keep your plant value high and your customers loyal!!
When ordering Nuke Em, order Z7 at the same time. Over 80% of the time, leaf insect and powdery mildew attack indicates root zone problems! Start using Z7 now! Z7 is amazing and very inexpensive to use. It has saved countless growers from major malfunctions and made huge differences in yield and crop consistency. Z7 cleans bio-film from roots and grow systems and greatly decreases the chances of toxic reactions from incompatible plant foods and additives. Z7will release mineral ions from carbon bonds so plants can feed properly. It also greatly reduces mineral build up from soils and plastic.
Be wary of insecticides made with oils, soaps and detergents. These ingredients will plug and cover the plants stomata and photoreceptors, reducing photosynthesis and making it harder for the plant to recover from insect attack. In the past, that’s why your plants had slow or stunted growth after you sprayed with oil- and detergent-based products. How do you know if you’re using oil- and detergent-based pesticides? Oil- and detergent-based pesticides look like milk or chalky water. Their oils are mixed with detergent and water but the ready-to-use spray smells like the oils it’s made with. These oils include Neem, Rosemary, Pine, and Peanut among others. All oils need detergent to become soluble in water. If you spray oil based pesticides on a window and let it dry, you can write your name in dried spray with your fingernail.