Do not contaminate water, food, or feed by storage or disposal. Storage: Store in original container in a cool, dry place, out of the reach of children, preferably a locked storage cabinet. Stop-read this entire label before use. Where to use: Roses, Flowers, Iris, Hibiscus, Azaleas, Camellias, Rhododendrons and other Shrubs. When to use: Every 6 weeks throughout the growing season. (see seasonal limitations in directions for use). Directions for use: It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Before You Use: Read and follow these directions and restrictions when using: Restrictions: Do not apply near lakes, streams, rivers, or ponds; Do not apply to plants grown for food; Do not apply to treat plants grown in pots, flower boxes or other containers; Do not apply to soils which are water logged or frozen; Do not use measuring utensils, measuring cups, or measuring spoons used for food or drinking water purposes to measure this product; Do not apply this product, by any application method, to linden, basswood, or other Tilia species; Do not use more than 250 lbs of product (0.4 lbs of imidacloprid + clothianidin) per acre per year. When to use: Apply when planting; For established plants, use any time after new growth appears; Apply again every 6 weeks during the growing season. How Much to Use: Filling measuring cap o top of inner circle for 2 oz: Azaleas, Camellias, & Rhododendrons: ½ capful per foot of plant height; Roses: 1 capful per plant; Shrubs: ½ capful per foot of plant height; Flower beds: ½ capful per 12 square feet (3 inches x 4 inches bed area). How to Apply: (1) Apply granules to soil around base of plant, sprinkling evenly in the area under the branches; (2) Work granules into top 1 to 2 inches of soil; (3) Water thoroughly after applying. For flower beds, sprinkle granules evenly over the bed, cultivate lightly into the soil, and water in thoroughly. For Best Results: Begin using this product in the spring when plants are actively growing. Reapply every 6 weeks for a total of 3 applications per year. In areas where disease (listed insects & diseases) occurs frequently and the soil is sandy, the application interval can be shortened to 4-5 weeks for total of 4 application per year, except for flower beds, where you are limited to 3 applications; Ensure the product gets down into the root zone by, pulling mulch away from plants to be treated building a well around individual plants sprinkle granules evenly around the plant and water-in thoroughly; Keep rose, flower and shrub beds clean. This minimizes harborage sites for diseases (listed insects & diseases) and insects (listed insects & diseases) (for additional cultural practices, consult your local county extension service). How it Works: Water moves the product down into the root zone where it is taken up & moved into the plant. The entire plant, even new growth, is fed and protected against insects (listed insects & diseases) and disease (listed insects & diseases). Rain or watering cannot wash off this long-lasting systemic protection. Squeeze cap sides while unscrewing.