Buster is an insecticide that relies on the natural defence provided by microorganisms such as Bacillus Thuringiensis, as well as on the potent effects of the neem and orange oil.
It is effective against a wide range of pests, such as those belonging to the order of Lepidoptera (caterpillars, moths, butterflies), Diptera (flies and mosquitos), Coleoptera (bugs), Hymenoptera (wasps, ants), aphids, thrips, spiders.
Bacillus thuringiensis produces crystal-shaped protein, which is toxic for some insect larvae upon feeding. Entering their intestines activates the latent toxins, which then degrade the said intestines, causing the death of the pest through starvation and infections.
Moreover, the neem oil has a more generalized effect, regardless of the pest development stage, be it egg, larvae or adults. Its mechanisms stop feeding and breathing processes, while also creating severe hormonal disturbances within the pest.
Orange oil is a toxin with effects upon the nervous system, which can kill insects within minutes from contact.