OK, some of you know, this is my rookie year as a cert'd tech.... so, I'm still looking for advice. I had a billbug problem that some here helped me with, (which I effectively treated with some retail stuff) now, I have a property with chinch bug. As far as I know, these pesticide tolerant chinch bugs are still confined to the southeastern states. Hopefully, these won't be hard to eradicate. No doubt... it's clearly chinch bugs.... textbook description of both nymphs and adults with the "bug flotation test". So, what is a good shotgun, "one insecticide kills all" choice? I realise that grubs and some other insects require a more specific chemical control treatment, but what should I stock? Looking for a broad spectrum effective solution here. Do you have a "Jack of most Trades" lawn insecticide you prefer? Like aphids, billbugs, chinch bugs, web worms, mites, etc? Being in NY.... I try to limit the number of pesticides I use due to restrictions, labels with 1/4" type, etc... thanks in advance.