BugZooka is 100% USDA Certified Biobased since it contains substances derived from plants that can be safely sprayed indoor and outdoor. It does not include synthetic chemicals that are toxic to humans.


    BugZooka is extremely effective against pests such as Spider mites, Aphids, Whiteflies, Beetles, Loopers, Armyworms, Earwigs, Boxelder bugs, Stink bugs, Caterpillars, and MUCH MORE!


    BugZooka can be used safely on plants, including ornamental plants, trees, shrubs, roses, fruit trees, vegetables, and herb gardens. BugZooka won't affect the taste or quality of your produce.


    BugZooka’s formulation is exempt from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) registration under FIFRA 25(b) as it is made with ingredients that are both environmentally and human health-safe.


    BugZooka can be applied to plants at all stages of development from clones, flowering, and all the way to harvesting. Farmers find BugZooka to be the ideal solution due to its fast working ability.


    BugZooka is free of heavy metals, synthetic pesticides, and residual solvents. BugZooka is a minimum-risk pesticide that leaves zero toxic residue on your plants

Why Are Chemical Pesticides Bad For Us?

Most people assume that if a product has been approved by the government, it must be safe to use. However, that assumption couldn’t be further from the truth when it comes to toxic chemical pesticides, and many home gardeners have realized this due to the near-constant news stories about the dangers of synthetic pesticides. In order to understand why toxic chemical pesticides are so bad for you and your family.

Chemical pesticides are terrible for the environment. In addition to being a danger to plants and animals, these chemicals can also be harmful to humans. The pesticides have been linked to health problems like asthma, cancer, and developmental issues in children. These chemicals also kill beneficial bugs like bees and ladybugs that help pollinate plants and keep our food supply safe from pests.

There are a few important steps you can take in order to reduce your exposure to toxic chemical pesticides in your home and garden. One of the most important steps is to switch to pesticides that are made from natural essential oils and are exempt from EPA registration under FIFRA 25(b), which means it's free of heavy metals, synthetic pesticides, and residual solvents. BugZooka is the best option for you because it meets both of these criteria.

If you have an outdoor garden, consider planting flowers or vegetables that are naturally pest-resistant, such as daffodils and squash. You can also cover plants with a lightweight row cover fabric to keep out pests without resorting to any chemicals.