Difference in Roach Gel Bait

Questions:
I have been doing some reading and I was wandering if you can tell me the difference in the 2 cockroach gel baits….
1 uses Indoxacarb and
1 uses Fipronil
Thank you

 

 

They are different chemicals, one is Maxforce which is the Fipronil and the other is Advion Roach Gel Bait .

They both work great!  Has a lot to do with if you have been baiting for roaches a very long time or not as to is you should switch products.

Maxforce Magnum is a higher level of Fipronil then does the Maxforce FC.

Please let me know if I can assist you any further, you can call us at 1-888-523-7378

Monica epestsolutions.com

Advion Ant Gel Bait Best Product Ever Made!

Advion Ant Gel Bait

 

This is by far the best product that I have ever used. The attractive ability is unsurpassed! It took a little over a week, but the ant population has diminished to practically nill. I am sure that the one area that I made the application has effected multiple colonies. Careful handling and placement of course is important to promote safety of family and pets, but the effectiveness of this product is unsurpassed. Thank you for your prompt service!

ADVION ant bait gel is specifically formulated to be tasty to all major species of ants. Advion ant gel contains the new active ingredient, Indoxacarb, a powerful, nonrepellent insecticide. The slight delay in death caused by Indoxacarb, encourages ants to eat the bait and return to the nest site to share the bait with other ants, eventually killing the entire colony. Use of Advion will help eliminate ants within days of application.

  • Active Ingredient:  Indoxacarb 0.05%

Advance Termite Bait Stations and Termite Control

What does that mean in regards to poison being bait?

Are you perhaps saying that it is bait and poison mixed together?

Are you saying it is 99% termite food, and 1% poison?

Are you saying that there is a slight chance that termites could choke to death chewing this substance, thus making it deadly to them?
If I were to ask for a link or a model # identifying exactly what to purchase to KILL TERMITES & Their entire colony, what item(s) would you refer me to?

Thanks.
Randy

 

http://www.epestsolutions.com/advance-termite-replacement-monitors-and-wood.html  these are the pieces that are inside the stations, it only contains cellulose that will attract them, will not kill them

 

http://www.epestsolutions.com/advance-termite-bait-cartridges-6-pack.html  this portion replaces the white portion in the upper link.  This is considered the poison. and is only used when you have termites in the monitors.

 

http://www.epestsolutions.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=SEARCH&Store_Code=epestsolutions&q=advance  any which kit you purchase would depend on the size of the home.

 

Please let me know if I can assist you any further.

 

 

 

monica bird | Entomologist

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Really looking for is LORSBAN for Pecan Trees

 

What I am really looking for is  LORSBAN  but the only time I found it the quantity was much more than I needed which means the priced was more than I am willing to pay.  I have 3 large pecan trees with issues and Texas A & M recommended LORSBAN.  Open to suggestion .

 

That product below I was told has been discontinued, but this is what was suggested to me for your situation.

 

Chlorpyrifos 4 E as an alternative, will run $199.00 for a 2.5 gallon unit.

 

Please let me know if I can assist you any further.

 

 

 

monica bird | Entomologist

ePestSolutions
Got Pests? We have the solutions!
24535 Morgan Cemetary Road
Cleveland, TX 77328
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Temprid SC Insecticide from Bayer Environmental Ant Control

Temprid SC Insecticide from Bayer Environmental

 

Temprid SC Ant control

Temprid SC is  one of the newest and most effective solution your pest control needs to tackle the most common unwanted pests that invade your home, such as ants, spiders, cockroaches and more.

Temprid delivers unsurpassed ant control and one-of-a-kind home perimeter protection.  It has an  unbeatable combination of speed of control and reliable, long-term residual guarantees that Temprid

will keep working for you long after it’s applied.  Temprid is a pest control solution that was designed

specifi cally with the homeowner’s expectations when you want a  fast, dependable, long-lasting control of ants and other perimeter pests that can and will invade your home and business.

Temprid controls ants on contact and also works to targets insects like aphids, scales and mealybugs that produce a honeydew, which is the prefered food source ants. So by eliminating the food source you gain long-term control.   Ants won’t build a colony in areas where they can’t survive and feed themselves, their queen, and their young.

Temprid not only stops pests that live on the surface, but also targets soil-tunneling pests that live and breed underground. It also works quickly to eliminate pests that may impact human health, including spiders, ticks, and cockroaches.

So Temprid SC should be your new poduct of choice for controlling ants, and other household pests and of course the occasional invaders and it works faster than the leading products currently on the market.

When a  homeowners treats their  properties with Temprid for ant infestations can expect a high

level of satisfaction will get  the results they are looking for.

It also. Temprid delivers better, more reliable control of spider infestations longer than the

leading product.

 

Please contact us at 1-888-523-7378 or email us at info@epestsolutions.com

or checkout this product and the largest selection of do it yourself pest control products on the market at www.epestsolutions.com

Advance Termite Bait Stations and Bait: How do they work?

Advance Termite Bait Stations and Bait:  How do they work?

 

Questions:

Hi. I would like to purchase Termite Poison and the things you stick in the
ground for the poison to go into. I am confused as to ‘bait’ versus ‘poison’. I
want the termites to take the poison back to their colony and all DIE. What do I
buy to make that happen?

Advance Termite Biat Kits

Answer:

Are you referring to the Advance Termite System?  There are bait stations, then inside they have termite inspection cartridges or attractant, once you see termite activity inside the stations then you would remove the TIC and install the Termite Bait / Poison.  The Best Place to start is a kit, either 10 or 20 monitors depends on the area you need to cover, the kits come with everything you need stations are complete and ready to go in the ground, then they also include the bait / poison that you will only use when you have termite activity in the stations.

You can also just buy monitors and spider tool to open the stations if you want to wait to buy the poison.

Hope this helps and I can always be available to speak with you over the phone if you are still needing some guidance.

Monica 1-888-523-7378

Gentrol Insect Growth Regulator in Food Prep Areas: Roach Control

Gentrol Insect Growth Regulator in Food Prep Areas:  Roach Control

 

Here is a question if I can use it near food preparation area or I have to cover
everything before spraying/

Gentrol Insecto Growth Regulator

Yes Gentrol aerosol is labeled for food preparation areas, see label instructions below.. Apply GENTROL AEROSOL as a general surface spray, spot, or crack and crevice treatment in both food and non-food areas of food handling establishments. These establishments are defined as: places other than private residences where exposed food is held, prepared, processed, or served. It also includes areas where food items are: received, prepared, packaged, and stored, as well as enclosed food processing systems (mills, dairies, etc.). For control of drain flies and fruit flies: Apply GENTROL AEROSOL to areas of fly breeding. For drains, apply product into and around the downspout and catch basin area. Coat these areas thoroughly as fly larva develop in the scum buildup on the sides of drain pipes. Repeat applications at 2 to 4 week intervals depending upon the severity of infestation.

 

For the Full Application Recommendations and Label Guide Please checkout ePestSolutions.com

Please let me know if I can assist you any further.

Thief Ant: Recommendations for Control of the Thief Ant

Thief Ant

 

Looking for recommendations for Thief Ant Control

It is that time of year to start thinking about ant control before it gets out of hand in your home or office.

We always make the statement know your enemy, so really the more you know about how ants work and think the better we all are.  We can examine the Thief Ant and take a look at their nest characteristics, feeding preferences and most importantly control methods.

 

Taurus SC ANt Control Solutions

Having the correct products for Thief Ant Control is important, so think about using professional pest control products available at ePestSolutions.com for your ant Control Needs.

Nest site/characteristics: Thief ant colonies are relatively small and contain a few hundred to several thousand workers with many queens. Thief ants commonly nest close to other species of ants. Flights of swarmers begin in June and end in late fall. Indoors, thief ants nest in small crevices, woodwork and masonry. These ants forage in set trails. Their behavior is similar to Pharaoh ants. Outdoor ants are found in exposed soil or under objects, in trash, rotten wood and tree cavities. Thief ants commonly enter structures during hot, dry weather.

Feeding Preferences: Thief ants prefer high-protein foods, but will feed on sweets. They feed on meats, bread crumbs, fruit, animal fats, oils, nuts, pet foods, and dairy products. Outdoors, thief ants feed on almost any organic matter, including insects, honeydew, seeds and germinating seeds.

Control: Locate thief ant nests. Follow the trail of foraging workers back from their food source. Inspect for other ant species that thief ants may be raiding.

  • Dust in the voids outside of outside ground-floor walls with insecticide dust, such as Drione or Tempo, or inject voids with Premise Foam.
  • For perimeter treatment, use Premise,Tempo Suspend or DeltaGuard G.
  • Bait with Maxforce Ant Killer Bait Stations and/or Maxforce Granular Insect Bait.

Exciter in my 6208 tri jet fogger

Can I use exciter in my 6208 tri jet fogger that I recently bought off of your company and If so what is a good mixing rate for general pest application like spiders and such in crawl spaces

Solution

 

ExciteR pyrethrin concentrate contains 6% pyrethrins and can be used alone in a fogger or pump sprayer, or as an additive to other insecticides such as cypermethrin for a faster knock-down of insect pests. When used alone, ExciteR does not leave a long residual.

 

CRAWLING AND FLYING INSECTS: For control of accessible, exposed stages of CRAWLING INSECTS including, but not
limited to, Ants, Cockroaches, Cadelles, Cigarette Beetles, Confused Flour Beetles, Dark Mealworms, Dried Fruit
Beetles, Drugstore Beetles, Grain Mites, Red Flour Beetles, Rice Weevils, Saw-toothed Grain Beetles, Spider Beetles,
Yellow Mealworms and Flying Insects including, but not limited to, Angoumois Grain Moths, Cheese Skippers, Fruit
Flies, Fungus Gnats, Gnats, House Flies, Indianmeal Moths, Mosquitoes, Mediterranean Flour Moths, Small Flying
Moths, Tobacco Moths, dilute 10.67 fluid ounces of ExciteR per gallon of water or oil and apply at the rate of 1 ounce
per 1000 cubic feet of space. Direct the spray towards the ceiling and upper corners of the area and behind obstructions.
Vacate the treated area and keep the area closed for at least 30 minutes after treatment. Ventilate the area before
reoccupying. Repeat treatment as necessary.

Hope this helps!

thanks
Monica

 

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Reviewer: Thomas Kephart, 6.4.2012 (Havana, FL)
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I mix this with permethrin for horse flies and it works great.  Better than anything I’ve ever tried and when you own horses you try everything.

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I use this with Temprid to flush out bed bugs and suspend for fush and quick knock down for german cockroaches.  This helps me with my accounts.

Time to Apply Your Pre-Emergent Stop Weeds in Their Tracks

It is time to start thinking about applying your pre-emergent to your lawns to stop those broadleaf and grassy weeds from being able to take over your lawn.  I know that I personally want to be the envy of the neighborhood and you cannot have that if you’re yard in covered in weeds and other problems.

 

 

So start the year off right and be preventative, applying a pre-emergent will do just that; get you ahead of the game.  A pre-emergent is a chemical that can be wither in granular form or liquid concentrate that you mix with water and applied to prevent unwanted growth from appearing in your lawn.  The Pre-emergent does not kill the weed only stops its ability to grow.  But for it to be effective every year you need to apply a pre-emergent to prevent the seeds from germinating.  When you apply, it will only work on controlling them if it is applied prior to the plant germinating.  So this needs to be done early spring.  But it should not be applied to early or it will not work as long throughout the season as you would like and you will end up with weeds anyway.

It should be applied around March 15 and September 15, these are the 2 dates to get the best control and have the most effectiveness of the pre-emergent.  This will help to the weeds from making any appearance.

Applying it in the winter will also help prevent the winter weeds from germinating, because as we know especially here in the south we have weeds all year long!

Once the soil temperature starts to reach 50 degrees or above, most major weeds will start to emerge.

Prodiamine Weed Control

Chemical I like to look for in a pre-emergent is Prodiamine which is in products called Barricade and Prodiamine by Quali-Pro.  These are available in both granules and liquid.  Prodiamine is broadleaf and grassy weed control, and can be used for crabgrass in both fall and spring.

Prodiamine 4L pre-emergent broadleaf and grassy weed control in a convenient liquid formula.  Easy to tank mix and spray and is effective again Annual Bluegrass.