Voted the number one nuisance in America in a recent survey conducted by the National Pest Management Association, ants are one house guest we could all live without, and not surprisingly, since there are over 700 species of ants in America, we all have experienced an ant problem at one time or another. Therefore, learning how to kill ants and effectively remove them from our homes is wise.
When it comes to knowing the best ways to get rid of ants, you can take comfort in knowing it’s not all that difficult. In fact, there are several treatment methods that can be used to kill ants, which allows you to choose one that you believe will work best for you and your situation.
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 […]
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.
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.
FUSE™ Termiticide/Insecticide is a new product that contains two active ingredients: imidacloprid and fipronil. FUSE is labeled for termite and perimeter pest control applications
Zoecon is the manufacturer of 3 ant bait products, but picking the one that will work the best for you can be complicated, so we have a little bit of information to share with each of the ant baits main characteristics.
Looking for a money saving alternative to Termidor, want to do your own pest control for ants and termites. Taurus is the solution.
It’s no surprise that insects can be determined, resourceful and downright clever creatures—traits that serve them well when they need to survive in less than ideal conditions. But new research has uncovered a fascinating technique that allows ants (or at least a certain type of them) to survive even during a flood.
You likely have never had any interest in studying a colony of ants (or any reason to even consider doing so). But if you ever did, you might occasionally find a colony with some unusual residents who don’t seem to belong with the rest.