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TrentN

Bayer Complete Insect Killer Discontinued?

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TrentN   

I just noticed at the Big Box stores that Bayer Complete is discontinued. Did a little more digging and found out it's mainly just them, Bayer is still making it. Just the stores have decided to stop carrying it due killing Honey Bees.

 

Tractor Supply doesn't list it any more,

Home Depot show out of stock and discontinued,

Lowe's is only showing granules.

Walmart is showing it but it ships to you.

 

I wonder is you can soak the granules and get the same effect?

 

There is talk that it will still be available at pet control stores and most nurseries. 

 

 

I can't say I'm against the decision. But I also think it's a bigger problem than just Bayer Complete and the like pesticides.

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ScooterV   

Well, mail order isn't the end of the world, but if most retailers stop carrying it Bayer may well in the end stop making it even if they haven't yet :(  My wife works for a local Walmart and was sure they still had some, but there was none on the shelf and she was just a "shopper" today.  She thinks they may still have some in back though and will give me a shout when she works Tuesday and I'll likely have her grab anything they have, if any, if they will let her checkout.

I don't think I'd want to try using granules though.  Even if giving them plenty of time to dissolve how can it be compared to the strength, ratio, etc of what others have used?  I'd be afraid to do it until others have tried it and found the ratio needed anyway.

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