Any bug or insect that has a waxy coating is susceptible to .

ANIMAL QUARTERS:
gnats - fleas - flies - lice - mites - darkling beetles - mosquitos - ticks
FIELD GRAIN CROPS:
aphids - armyworms - chinch bugs - boll weevil - bollworm - budworm
caterpillars - corn earworms - fleabeetles - fleahoppers - flies - horn worms
loopers - lygus bugs - midges - mites - pear cucurlia - pink bollworms
thrips - white flies
FRUIT, NUT, VINE CROPS & ORIENTAL VEGETABLES:
aphids - armyworms - blueberry maggots - cabbage loopers - caterpillars
cherry fruit flies - cutworms - fireworms - fruit flies - fuller rose beetle
gooseberry fruit worms - imported current worms - japanese beetles
leafhoppers - mites - peach borers - pecan weevil - red-necked borers
raspberry fruit worms - rose chafers - stink bugs - strawberry leaf rollers
thrips - weevils - white flies
GRASSES, LAWNS & TURF (including GOLF COURSES):
fire ants - ants - cinch bugs - caterpillars - cut worms - armyworms
fleas - ticks
HARVESTED TOMATOES & FRUIT (including GRAPES):
fruit flies - vinegar flies
HERBS, SPICES & SPECIALTY CROPS:
aphids - loopers - mites - plant bugs - thrips - white flies
LIVING AND WORKING SPACES:
ants - bag worms - bed bugs - box elder bugs - carpet beetles - caterpillars
centipedes - cockroaches - colorado potato beetles - crickets - earwigs
fleas - house flies - millipedes - mites - scorpions - silver fish - slugs
snails - spiders - ticks
MOSQUITO CONTROL
MUSHROOM PRODUCTION & PROCESSING:
mushroom flies - fungus gnats
ORNAMENTALS:
aphids - armyworms - caterpillars - chinch bugs - flea beetles - fleahoppers
flies - fruit flies - japanese beetles - leafhoppers - leafminers - leafrollers
loopers - lygus bugs - mealy bugs - mites - plant bug - thrips - white flies
VEGETABLE CROPS:
aphids - armyworms - beet webworms
blister beetles - cabbage looper - cabbageworms - caterpillars
celery leaftiers - colorado potato beetle - corn earworm - cucumber beetles
diamondback moth larvae - european corn borer - flea beetles
garden fleahoppers - harlequin bugs - imported cabbage worms
japanese beetles - leafhoppers - leaf miners - leaftiers - loopers - lygus bugs
mexican bean beetles - mites - oblique-banded leafrollers - plant bugs
stink bugs - spotted cucumber beetles - squash vine borers - thrips - vegetable weevils
webworms - white flies

 

NOTE: Although bees are not immune, few are killed by beacuse bees have a soft, hairy covering, which protects their bodies.