Terro-PCO is a liquid borate bait that instantly attracts and kills ants and their colonies.
FOR USE IN AND AROUND:
Homes, Hospitals, Restaurants, Apartments, Grocery Stores, Institutional Buildings, Schools, Cafeterias, Warehouses, Storage Areas, Food Processing Plants, Mobile Homes, Boats, Military Bases, Theaters, Nursing Homes and on Military, Commercial and Cruise Ships.
ATTRACTS AND KILLS ALL COMMON HOUSEHOLD ANTS INCLUDING:
Argentine ants, Ghost ants, Cornfield ants, Pavement ants, Acrobat ants, White-footed ants, Little black ants, Odorous house ants, Crazy ants, Big-headed ants and other sweet-eating ants.
Terro®-PCO Liquid Ant Bait now comes as an easy-to-use, pre-filled liquid ant bait. Ants will enter, feed and return to the nest where they will pass on the Terro®-PCO Liquid Ant Bait to the rest of the colony.
Terro-PCO is a green pesticide that can be used by your Pest Management Professional in a Green Pest Management program designed specifically to protect your home. As a borate-based product, Terro-PCO has a very low mammalian toxicity and targets specific pests. This reduces the impact on people, pets and non-target insects beneficial to the environment (such as butterflies and honeybees). Also, your PMP will apply Terro-PCO only where needed, further reducing any unnecessary impact to the rest of the environment. And since it is long-lasting, less product is required for a successful and effective Green Pest Management program.
Its super-sweet bait may lure ants quickly, but Terro-PCO's ultimate effect on target pests comes from the way the boron molecules in its active ingredient interfere with a pest's metabolism. Because pests cannot excrete excess boron as humans and other organisms can, the boron builds up in their systems and ultimately interrupts the normal chemical process of transforming food into energy. So, by ingesting Terro-PCO, the insect is unable to extract nutrition from its food and effectively starves to death. Humans, pets and other living things don't share the risk because they are able to excrete excess boron from their bodies.
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Q: how do the ants enter the plastic bait container?
A: Break pre-filled baits apart from the plastic frame. 2. Hold bait upright and cut off orange-colored section. 3. Place baits, label side up, near ant trails or close to where ants are numerous. Place additional baits anywhere ants may enter the home. For best results, use seven baits to ensure sufficient supply for the ants. 4. Monitor regularly for activity but do not interfere with the ants or baits. Replace with additional baits when first set is depleted. 5. Once ants are controlled, replace baits every three months to keep ants from returning.
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1. Place baits, label side up, near ant trails or close to where ants are numerous.
2. Place additional baits anywhere ants may enter the home
3. For best results, use seven baits to ensure sufficient supply for the ants.
4. Monitor regularly for activity but do not interfere with the natural behavior of ants. Replace with additional baits when first set is depleted.
Once ants are controlled, replace baits every three months to keep ants from returning.