Malathion Insecticide is an insecticide in the chemical family known as organophosphates. Insecticides containing malathion are used outdoors to control a wide variety of insects in agricultural settings and around homes.
Malathion is commonly used in public health for mosquito control and fruit fly eradication programs.
Malathion Insecticide is formulated to protect outdoor plants such as flowers, shrubs, fruits and vegetables from damaging insects.
Malathion Insecticide controls the following pests: Aphids; bagworms; box elder bugs; fleas; fourlined leaf bugs; Japanese beetle adults; grape leafhoppers; houseflies; leafhoppers; leafrollers; mealybugs; mites; mosquitoes; moths; oak kermes; pear psyllids; plum curculio; rose leafhoppers; scales; scale crawlers; spittlebugs; tarnished plant bugs; tent caterpillars; thrips; whiteflies and wooly aphids