Rover Ants have become a pretty major problem lately throughout the southern states of Texas, Arizona, Florida, and probably others, which is why Intice released this new syrupy ant bait that is especially designed for Rover Ants. This Ant bait is syrup-consistency similar to intice thiquid.
InTice Gelanimo Ant Baitl -InTice Rover Ant Bait is a syrup bait that is specially formulated to be highly attractive to Rover ants. The syrup form, premium food ingredients and special attractant make the acceptance of InTice Rover Ant Bait unmatched. The bait may be placed directly on flat surfaces and is thick enough that it will not run. For slanted or vertical surfaces, or any surface where direct contact with the bait is undesirable, a bait station can be used. Rockwell’s BaitPlate station works exceptionally well in these instances. Simply place a small amount of bait from the 16 oz bottle into the BaitPlate. To make a liquid bait, mix one part InTice Rover Ant Bait with one part water for a 2.5% dilution, or mix one part InTice Rover Ant Bait with four parts water for a 1% dilution. The 1% dilution may also be sprayed directly on the foundation and other surfaces outdoors. A non-repellent insecticide may be sprayed on top of it for a “double whammy” effect.
Apply InTice Rover Ant Bait to small pieces of cardboard, paper
or foil, or in purpose built bait stations and place product in areas
inaccessible to children and pets, where ants are seen, such as the
edges of sinks, tubs, window sills, under food cabinets, along floors
and base boards and in corners. Use plenty of bait placements, the
more bait placements the better. Since invading ants usually have
outdoor nesting sites, it often helps to put the product outside, close
to where ants are found entering the structure. Ants typically follow
defined trails from the nest to food or water. Placing InTice Rover
Ant Bait close to these trails will improve control.
Environmental Hazards: Do not apply directly to water, or to
areas where surface water is present or to intertidal areas below the
mean high-water mark. Do not contaminate water when disposing of
equipment washwaters or rinsate.
Locate areas around the building where ants are seen trailing. Apply
InTice Rover Ant Bait in areas inaccessible to children and pets.
For a perimeter defense system, place the bait stations against the
foundation where the trails are found. Spacing the bait stations every
5 to 10 feet will provide the best results. Check the bait stations
regularly for activity. Remember ants will feed on InTice Rover
Ant Bait and carry the bait back to the rest of the colony. Heavy
infestations may require several bait placement refills. InTice Rover
Ant Bait can be diluted with water to obtain a 1% or 2.5% solution
of Borax. Such a dilution is helpful when a substantial volume of
InTice Rover Ant Bait is needed in a baiting program designed to
control very large multi-queen and multi-colony ant infestations.
1% Dilution: 1 part InTice Rover Ant Bait to 4 parts water. Mix thoroughly.
2.5% Dilution: 1 part InTice Rover Ant Bait to 1 part water. Mix thoroughly.
Using InTice Rover Ant Bait in Bait Stations: Apply InTice
Rover Ant Bait using bait stations designed to hold bait. This product
will work well in Rockwell’s BaitPlate, D-Sect and PFT stations (sold
separately). Diluted InTice Rover Ant Bait may also be spot sprayed
just to the point of run-off onto building foundations, fence posts
and other stationary structures outdoors. Do not spray on grass or