- Kills Soft Bodied Insects
- Removes Molds and Mildews
- OMRI Listed
- Food Grade Ingredients
- Use up to and on Day of Harvest
- No Oils, Won't Clog Stomata
- Gluten Free
- Non GMO
- No Residue
- Bacteria Free
- Food Grade Ingredients
The Amazing Doctor Zymes Eliminator is a revolutionary green solution that kills and eliminates soft bodied insects, molds and mildews on your indoor or outdoor gardens. Eliminator is a proprietary formula, hand crafted to ensure quality control. Professional Growers use it all year to ensure pest free, mildew free plants. Many of them have told us that they realized an increase in yields by not having to combat pests and mildews with toxic or oil based products and that as a preventative they did not see any pests or mildews even up to the day of harvest.
Eliminator will not clog the stomata. This can produce an increase in yields. Most pest control products can set you back 2 weeks from stress or never give your plants a chance to breath and take in CO2 and sunshine at optimum levels.
Eliminator is OMRI listed which means that it is approved for Organic Gardening practices. This was a long process to ensure that all of our ingredients have been verified and approved.
Eliminator is made in handcrafted batches to ensure quality control. One of our customers that has an online Retail store told us that "Eliminator is #1 in customer satisfaction of all their products they offer online".
Eliminator is comprised of organic materials combined with other biologically stimulating ingredients. Our citric acid is derived from a fermentation process. This is the only method OMRI recognizes in order to be OMRI listed. Our proprietary formula is bacteria-free and all ingredients are food grade. These ingredients combined together form a highly effective insecticide and fungicide.
Eliminator works by disrupting the insects' ability to breathe. The acid derived from our proprietary formula breaks down protein and organic matter such as eggs and insect droppings. It is a highly effective deterrent as well.
Eliminator works on mildews and molds by the citric acid digesting the biomass and changing the pH to create a hostile environment so that mildews and molds cannot take hold.
Eliminator can be used as a soil drench to combat fungus gnats, soil borne pests, molds and mildews. It is highly effective and safe when used as directed.
Use Eliminator year round for a pest free, mildew free garden. When used as a preventative, it will prevent infestations from taking over your garden. Make sure you follow our recommendations for optimum pest and fungal control as pH is a crucial factor for success as well as water temperature.
Recommended Application Rates:
Always test before using, some plants are more sensitive than others. To avoid phytotoxicity, use in evening when sun is off your plants and the room or outside temperature is below 80 degrees. Do not spray in direct sunlight. Do not spray on top of or with pesticides, insecticides or nutrients. Do not use a wetting agent.
We recommend using ½ cup or 4 oz. of Eliminator per gallon of warm water. Avoid spraying beneficial insects. Spray top and underneath leaves, stems, stalks and base of plant. This is a contact product so ensure you spray generously to ensure full contact with pests, molds or mildews. Increase dosage if necessary. See instructions on bottle.
When combating mites, thrips, aphids and fungus gnats we recommend using 3 days in a row, then once weekly. Continue until you see no sign of pests. For severe infestations use every 3rd day at ½ cup per gallon of water. Some infestations are worse than others and may take longer to eliminate. Use Eliminator as a preventative by spraying weekly to keep them away.
For Russet Mites, if you have leaf tacoing, that is where the mites lay their eggs and where the larvae reside. Make sure you spray inside the leaves that are tacoed. It will not hurt flowering plants and can be sprayed on the flower too. The leaves will start to open up after a few days and you should see new growth as well. If you see damage on the leaves after you spray, this is usually due to the necrosis from the mite damage. Do not be alarmed the new growth will look healthy.