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Central Coast Garden Green Cleaner Concentrate - 60ML / 235ML / 946.3ML / 3.7L / 9.4L

Mite Powdery Mildew Treatment | 118ML Is Discontinued

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Central Coast Garden Green Cleaner Concentrate provides an immediate yet gentle response for problem insects and diseases. The formula saturates target pests to dehydrate and suffocate them without damaging your plants, flowers, or produce. Its active ingredients disrupt pest digestion and respiration without using harsh chemicals. While many insecticides risk plant stress or residue, Green Cleaner's blend of natural ingredients safely suffocates and dries out insects on contact, providing pest control that is safe up to the day of harvest for people, pets and soil. Applied properly under sufficient lighting, Green Cleaner will adhere to insects, larvae and egg cases while penetrating their body to eliminate reproductive activity - without risk of future resistance. Use this highly effective cleaner concentrate as part of an integrated pest management plan to control a wide range of damaging issues naturally.

Green Cleaner works to take care of:

  • Spider Mites: Works on all types of mites, including red spider mites, two-spotted spider mites, and their eggs.

  • Broad Mites

  • Thrips

  • Earwigs

  • White Flies

  • Fungus Gnats

  • Russet Mites

  • Aphids

  • Pill Bug

  • Ants

  • Root-Knot Nematodes

  • Powdery Mildew: Our product melts spores on contact and changes the pH of the plant surface and washes off the powdery mildew already present.

  • Fungus: eliminates fungus on contact.

  • Leaf Rust

  • Blight

  • Mould: kills moulds on contact, stopping their growth, and washes it off.

  • Botrytis (Gray Mold)

  • and more...

In The Box

  • [1] x Central Coast Garden Green Cleaner Concentrate - 60ML / 235ML / 946.3ML / 3.7L / 9.4L
  • Approved for use on all food and feed crops.
  • Safe to apply daily and will not interfere with plant development.
  • Dries off quickly.
  • Organic ingredients mean clean test results. Passes strict lab testings. 
  • Preventing spider mites in house plants.
  • Best Spider mite killer
  • PBA Free or HDPE grade bottles.
  • California, Colorado, Oregon, Florida & I-502 Approved pesticide for use in the production of marijuana.
  • Qualifies for exemption under FIFRA section 25 (B) as a minimum risk pesticide.

Shake Green Cleaner REALLY WELL before measuring and shake again every few minutes during application. [Important] For Outdoor: spray early morning or late evening. We recommend applying Green Cleaner at the rate necessary for the application. Test on 1-2 plants before applying to your entire garden. If you must use in late flower (last 2-3 weeks), remember that it is better to spray a light mix (1/2 oz per gallon). Use lower dilution ratios of plants that exhibit signs of damage or stress.

Propagating Tips & Tricks with Green Cleaner Important Pre-Cloning Preparation

Preventive Maintenance Application

  • 1/2 oz Green Cleaner / per 1 gallon of water

To ensure your clones have a clean start, thoroughly spray the "mother plant" with Green Cleaner at least two hours before propagation. Always spray any new starts before you introduce and transplant them into your garden.

Green Cleaner Grow Chart


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How is Green Cleaner used and applied?

  • Green Cleaner mixes readily with water, and controls a wide spectrum of insects, mites and pests, on the foliage of plants, fruit and nut trees, flowers and crops. Dilute Green Cleaner with water following DIRECTIONS FOR USE. Spray sufficient material to obtain uniform plant coverage. Repeat treatment as necessary to achieve control as pest pressure & foliage area increases.  

How often should I apply Green Cleaner?

  • Every 1-2 days for treatment. Once per week for maintenance and prevention.

Did the Green Cleaner color change? and why?

  • The color did change from neon green to a teal blue. Our sourcing for the ingredient Sodium Lauryl Sulfate changed and this is the color now.

Can I mix green cleaner with other products – i.e. neem oil, azo max?

  • Green Cleaner should not be mixed with other products when it is being applied. You can however alternate Green Cleaner with other products to establish a well-rounded IPM (Integrated Pest Management)

When is the best time to apply Green Cleaner?

  • Green Cleaner should be applied in low light conditions. Early in the day or in the evening once the sun is no longer in direct contact with the plants. For indoor growing conditions apply Green Cleaner an hour or more before the lights turn on or once the lights are off.

Does Green Cleaner harm trichomes?

  • Using Green Cleaner (or any product for that matter) late in the flower cycle is never ideal. We do claim it can be used up to the day of harvest, but this does not come without some sacrifice . Rinsing the plants with clean water an hour after application can help minimize the damage.

What’s the best way to apply Green Cleaner during harvest to minimize harming trichomes?

  • We suggest using more direct/focused applications on the affected areas rather than a broad spectrum method.

After I sprayed with full strength, my leaves curled and shriveled! What should I do?

  • Rinse the plants well with fresh, filtered water. Give the plants a couple of days. They will be ok. Reduce the application rate and test on a small area prior to spraying the entire crop again.

Green Cleaner smells strong like alcohol, what happened to the zesty soap smell?

  • Our supplier of the ingredient that masked the alcohol scent has changed. The amount of alcohol in Green Cleaner is exactly the same as always.

When does Green Cleaner expire?

  • Green Cleaner, in its original sealed package has no expiration date. Once it is opened it is good for a year. Once Green Cleaner is mixed with water it should be used within 24 hours.

If I use another product, then wait 2-3 days and use Green Cleaner and then wait a few days and use
another product is that going to be a problem?

  • This should not be a problem unless there are already high levels of oil on the plants. Buildup of Neem Oil and a heavy application of Green Cleaner could have negative effects on the plants.

If that is okay to rotate products? Would you recommend foliar spraying off plants and leaves with just water
in between different pesticide applications with the atomizer?

  • Yes, you can rotate products. It is never a bad idea to give the plants a rinse with fresh filtered water between applications.

Can I use Green Cleaner in an atomizer? If so, at what rate?

  • Green Cleaner works well in an atomizer. Use the same rates that are listed on the packaging.

Should I rinse my plants after I apply Green Cleaner?

  • Rinsing is not necessary unless the plants are showing signs of an intolerance to the product.

Are certain plants more sensitive than others to Green Cleaner? If so, what kind of plants?

  • Certain plants do tend to be more sensitive to full-strength applications than others. Pepper plants tend to have a lower tolerance than tomato plants. Testing a small area of your garden is recommended prior to full application. When it comes to cannabis plants we are noticing that certain strains have different tolerances than others. A list of those will be available soon.

What Green Cleaner application rates do you recommend for more sensitive plants?

  • Test the product on a small area at 1 oz. per gallon and reduce to ½ oz. per gallon if necessary.

If I have a bad pest problem, can I use more Green Cleaner than what’s recommended on the label?

  • We cannot recommend using a dilution ratio higher than we have listed. Doing so could result in severe crop damage and or loss.

Can I spray Green Cleaner directly on flowering plants? Do I need to adjust my application rates?

  • Yes. Green Cleaner can be applied during flowering. We recommend using no more than 1 oz. per gallon.

Can I apply to my aquaponic plants?

  • Green Cleaner works great for the plants. Unfortunately, the product gets into the aquaponics system and harms the life that is necessary in such an eco-system.

Is adding a surfactant to Green Cleaner something that you would recommend or not?

  • A surfactant is not necessary with Green Cleaner. The product has one built into it already.

When using Green Cleaner, instructions say to shake well, after shaking well and pouring into 2 oz. cup, it is foamy, do you measure foamy or wait until it settles to solid-liquid?

  • Measure the liquid to the desired measurement line. A little bit of foam over that mark should not be an issue.

What kind of sprayer should be used during application?

  • Any sprayer may be used, but high-pressure sprayers are preferred. We recommend handheld and backpack, pump or machine sprayers. Atomizers and foggers are preferred.

How long can the Green Cleaner solution be stored after use?

  • Indefinitely. Just remember to thoroughly mix solution before use.

What is the expiration date of Green Cleaner?

  • There is no expiration date.