DOOM - The "Total Release" Aerosol Fumigator/Fogger"
Kills and Repels - Spidermites, Whiteflies, Thrips, Aphids, Spiders,
Wasps, Hornets, Yellowjackets, Ants, Cockroaches, Flies, Fleas, Mosquitoes,
Moths, Beetles, Ticks, Silverfish, Mites, Catrpillars, Lice and over 200 other
crawling and flying insects.
For Use In - Greenhouses, Atriums, Homes, Basements, Offices, Cabins,
R.V.'s, Tents, Boats, Garages, Resorts, Schools, Hotels, Motels, Hospitals,
Storage Sheds, Disposal Bins, Chicken Coups, Barns, Stables, Tack Rooms, Silos,
Attics, Lofts, and many other areas.
One can will fumigate over 5,000 Cu. Ft. (25' x 25' x 8' Ceiling)
- Natural Pyrethrum
- No Artifical Fragrances
- Extra Dry Formula (Reduced Mineral Oils)
- Neutral PH Balanced
- No Scented Oils
- No Residuals
Pyrethrum - A broad spectrum non-systemic botanical insecticide that
causes paralysis initially, with death of the insect thereafter. Pyrethrum is
very toxic to insects. Applied as a spray, pyrethrum is very effective to
control crawling and flying insects. Pyrethrum is non-toxic to animals or
humans. Natural pyrethrum degrades quickly in sunlight and (HID Lamps), air and
moderate humidity making it ideal for repeated insecticide applications.
Pyrethins are normally combined with synergists, e.g. Piperonyl Butoxide, which
inhibits the insects ability to detoxify.
Active Ingredients - Pyrethrins 0.4%, Piperonyl Butoxide 2.0%
General Indoor Application Instructions - For Total Release Aerosols
Remove all Pets, Birds and Fish Bowls
- Shut off all open flames, including pilot lights in the area being
fumigated (Furnaces, Water Heaters, CO2 Generators, etc.).
- Turn off lights, fans and air conditioners.
- Seal area to be fumigated. Close all windows and doors.
- For distant areas spray manually pointing towards ceiling. 4 to 6 seconds
is ample for an average 3m x 3m x 3m room.
- Place can on stand or table in center of area to be fumigated.
- Depress valve lever down firmly until it clicks and stays depressed.
- Leave area at once and close door.
- Keep area closed for two hours before airing out.
- Open all windows and doors, (fans) and ventilate for 30 minutes.
- Do not spray directly on plants (DOKTOR DOOM FUMIGATOR).
- For optimum indoor area insect control use DOKTOR DOOM every four days.
READ INSTRUCTIONS ON LABEL BEFORE USE!
Proper Insecticide Application
- Insects must be contacted by spray to be killed.
- Insecticides should be used with caution on young plants and new growth.
- Do not spray in direct sunlight (or with HID lamps on). Early morning or
evening preferred. A red or green colored light bulb may be used during
- Spray with a slow sweeping motion keeping 30 to 45 cm away from the plants
to avoid wetting the foliage. Upper and lower leaf surfaces should be
treated. Stems and surrounding soil should be sprayed as well.
- If you get a white residue on your plants, you're spraying too close.
- For best results spray plants twice daily in 1 to 2 hour intervals.
- Before spraying fungicides and insecticides, make sure the plants are well
watered. With more water in the system a plant suffers less shock from the
- Always use a respirator or face mask when spraying, especially if using an
aerosol/fogger. Spray residues remain very concentrated in the enclosed
- Do not spray on vegetables, herbs, or fruit within 3 days of harvest. Wash
fruits and vegetables before eating.
- Spray your plants with water thoroughly 2 days prior to harvest.
- Discontinue use of Piperonyl Butoxide (P.B.O.'s) when vegetables, plants,
and fruit trees start their flowering cycle.
Basic Insecticide Information For All Gardeners
- Pyrethrum (Tanacetum 'Chrysanthemum', CinerarIifoIium). A
broad-spectrum non-systemic botanical insecticide that causes paralysis
initially, with death of the insect thereafter. Pyrethrum is very toxic to
insects. Applied as a spray, pyrethrum is vesy effective to control crawling
and flying Insects. Pyrethrum is non-toxic to animals or humans. Natural
Pyrethrum degrades quickly in the presence of sunlight or (HID lamps), air
and moderate humidity. Pyrethrin is recommended for organic gardening.
- Pyrethrins are the best natural insecticide for killing spider mites.
- Insecticidal Soaps are mild contact insecticides made from fatty acids of
animals and plants. Soft soaps such as Ivory are biodegradable and kill
insects but are not potent. Do not use detergent soaps, they may be caustic.
Soaps take time to mix and must be applied many times to be effective. Soaps
do not have any residual effects.
- Horticultural Oils are safe, non-poisonous and non-polluting insecticides.
Oil kills slow moving and immobile sucking insects by smothering and
suffocating them. Oils when applied to plants, clog the stomata and slow the
plants growing process.
- Predators introduced to a garden must have special precautions taken to
ensure their well-being. Spraying of toxic chemicals must be discontinued at
least two weeks before introducing predators. Pyrethrum may be used up to a
few days before introducing predators Predators are most often very small
and must be introduced to each plant separately, taking time and patience.
Predators have very specific requirements. For best results, pay attention
to the predators needs and maintain them.
- Synthetic Insecticides (Resmethrin, Pyremetherin, Sumethrin,
Pyrethroids, etc.) are widely used chemicals on plants and vegetables
that are not recommended for ingestion or digestion in humans. Many have a
long lasting residual effect.
- Piperonyl Butoxide is used to enhance the insecticidal properties of the
pyrethrins by blocking the pyrethrin detoxification enzymes in the insect.
Pyrethrins alone produce a very rapid knockdown of insects followed by
substantial recovery, whereas addition of a synergist such as piperonyl
butoxide decreases the insecticidal dose of pyrethrin. Piperonyl butoxide is
also formulated with synthetic pyrethrin analogues. such as allethrin and
tetramethrin. Piperonyl Butoxide is no longer approved for organic
- All commereial and domestic insecticides (except Chrysanthemum Flowers
Insecticide Plant Spray) have artificial fragrances which contain attar
oils. These are not recommended, as when applied, the stomata are clogged
and growth is slowed.
Have been approved for the effective control of the following insects:
American Dog Tick
Angoumois Grain Moth
Brown Dog Tick
Brown Soft Scale
Carpet Beetle (egg)
Carpet Beetle (larvae)
Carrot Rust Fly
Cat Flea (pupae)
Cherry Climbing Cutworm
Colorado Potato Beetle
Common Cattle Grub
Confused Flour Beetle
Cross Stripped Cabbageworm
Darkwinged Fungus Gnat
Diamondback Moth (larvae)
Dog Flea (pupae)
Douglas Fir Moth
Drugstore Beetle (larvae)
Flat Grain Beetle
Flour Beetle (larvae)
Granary Weevil (larvae)
Green Peach Aphid
Gypsy Moth (larvae)
Indianmesi Moth (exposed)
Indianmeal Moth (larvae)
Jack Pine Budworm
Lesser Grain Borer
Meal Moth (larvae)
Mediterranean Flour Moth
Merchant Grain Beetle
Mexican Bean Beetle
Mexican Bean Beetle (larvae)
Mud Dauber Wasp
Northern Fowl Mite
Red Flour Beetle
Rose Chafer (larvae)
Rusty Grain Beetle
Sawtoothed Grain Beetle
Spotted Cucumber Beetle
Stored Product Insect
Striped Cucumber Beetle
Tarnished Plant Bug
Tick, Lime Disease
Tobacco Moth (larvae)
Twospotted Spider Mite
Vinegar Fly (complex)
Western Spruce Budworm