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Optigard Flex Liquid and Optigard Ant Gel

    Optigard Flex Liquid and Optigard Ant Gel

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    Optigard Flex Liquid and Optigard Ant Gel Optigard Flex Liquid and Optigard Ant Gel $94.99

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    Optigard Ant Gel and Optigard Flex Liquid

    Get unparalleled results and virtual colony elimination with the uniquely palatable yet potent formula of Optigard Ant Bait Gel. Optigard Ant Bait Gel is packaged in ready-to-use 30 gram syringes with individual plungers. 4 x 30gm syringes per box.

    Active Ingredient: Thiamethoxam, .010%

    Target pests: For indoor and outdoor control of structure-invading ants including argentine ants, carpenter ants, and ghost ants and other nuisance ant pests; excluding fire, harvester and pharaoh ants.

    Yield: 4 30 gram syringes per box.

    NOT FOR SALE TO: NY

    Manufactured by: Syngenta

    Product Highlights

  • Applies clear and stays clear throughout treatment
  • Highly attractive formula promotes ready transfer of the active ingredient throughout the colony
  • Powerful, active ingredient knocks out workers, brood and queens
  • Approved for use indoors and outdoors, applied in cracks and crevices
  • How does Optigard Ant Bait Gel work? Ants that feed on the gel will return to their nest and transfer the bait to the queen and their young, thereby killing the queen, the young and the entire colony.

    How long will it take to see results? Dead ants should begin to appear within days after ants have begun feeding on the bait. Substantial reduction in ants foraging should be seen within a few days to a week. For effective management of certain ant species such as Argentine ant, reduction of food sources (such as honeydew-producing insects like aphids) near entry points around the structure is critical. Long term control is most effectively obtained with a combination of methods for ant management.

    How long will the Bait remain attractive to ants before I need to reapply? Attractiveness of the bait to ants is enhanced by its high moisture retention properties and the bait will remain attractive for at least two weeks following bait deployment.

    How To Apply Optigard Ant Bait Gel:

    Bait Application This product can be applied using the syringe applicator or a bait injector. Apply bait in cracks, crevices, corners and out of the way places, such as under and behind kitchen appliances and baseboards, under sinks, around window and door frames, pipes and water heater and in the attic, crawl space and garage. Place multiple application spots of gel where ants are observed actively foraging or entering the structure. If the area to be treated has been recently treated with insecticide, thoroughly clean the area before applying this bait. Do not spray insecticide over gel as this may cause the bait to become repellent. Do not apply to areas that are routinely washed (such as countertops) as bait may be removed or diluted and spread onto the surface.

    Indoor Use Visually inspect for the presence of ants and place this product in areas where ants are seen. Optimal locations for bait placement are the active points of entry and areas with potential high moisture including: wall voids, cracks and crevices in kitchens and bathrooms, under sinks, window sills and door frames, screen vents, attics, crawl spaces and garages. In areas of excessive foraging activity, place bait in several locations near the point of entry. Do not place bait in areas that are routinely washed, as washing will remove or dilute bait. Do not treat food preparation surfaces. During followup visits inspect placements and reapply as needed.

    Outdoor Use Place bait on, into or adjacent to structures where ants are observed, adjacent to ant trails and to areas suspected of ant activity. Optimal locations for bait placement are points of entry into the structure and areas with potential periods of high moisture such as: soffits, eaves, weep holes, and where pipes and wires enter the structure. Exposure to direct sunlight, extreme heat or cold and water may reduce length of bait effectiveness. Bait may also be placed outdoors into refillable tamper resistant bait stations. Close tamper resistant stations securely after application. During follow-up visits inspect placements and reapply as needed.

    Optigard Ant Gel Bait is designed for the control of ants: excluding fire, harvester and Pharaoh ants.

    Attractiveness of the bait to ants is enhanced by its high moisture retention properties and the bait will remain attractive for at least two weeks following bait deployment.

    This bait takes advantage of ant trophallaxis (regurgitation) allowing for transfer of active ingredient throughout the colony.

    Ants that feed on the gel will return to their nest and transfer the bait to the queen and their young, thereby killing the queen, the young and the entire colony. Dead ants should begin to appear within days after ants have begun feeding on the bait. Substantial reduction in ants foraging should be seen within a few days to a week.

    For effective management of certain ant species such as Argentine ant, reduction of food sources (such as honeydew-producing insects like aphids) near entry points around the structure is critical . Long term control is most effectively obtained with a combination of methods for ant management.

    Bait Application Apply using the syringe applicator or a bait injector. Apply bait in cracks, crevices, corners and out of the way places, such as under and behind kitchen appliances and baseboards, under sinks, around window and door frames, pipes and water heater and in the attic, crawl space and garage. Place multiple application spots of gel where ants are observed actively foraging or entering the structure. If the area to be treated has been recently treated with insecticide, thoroughly clean the area before applying this bait. Do not spray insecticide over gel as this may cause the bait to become repellent. Do not apply to areas that are routinely washed (such as countertops) as bait may be removed or diluted and spread onto the surface. Indoor Use Visually inspect for the presence of ants and place this product in areas where ants are seen. Optimal locations for bait placement are the active points of entry and areas with potential high moisture including: wall voids, cracks and crevices in kitchens and bathrooms, under sinks, window sills and door frames, screen vents, attics, crawl spaces and garages. In areas of excessive foraging activity, place bait in several locations near the point of entry. Do not place bait in areas that are routinely washed, as washing will remove or dilute bait. Do not treat food preparation surfaces. During follow-up visits inspect placements and reapply as needed.

    Outdoor Use

    Place bait on, into or adjacent to structures where ants are observed, adjacent to ant trails and to areas suspected of ant activity. Optimal locations for bait placement are points of entry into the structure and areas with potential periods of high moisture such as: soffits, eaves, weep holes, and where pipes and wires enter the structure. Exposure to direct sunlight, extreme heat or cold and water may reduce length of bait effectiveness. Bait may also be placed outdoors into refillable tamper-resistant bait stations. Close tamper-resistant stations securely after application. During follow-up visits inspect placements and reapply as needed. Food/Feed-Handling Establishments Use

    Food/feed areas include areas for receiving, storage, packing (canning, bottling, wrapping, boxing), preparing foods, edible waste storage, and enclosed processing systems (mills, dairies, edible oils, syrups).

    Serving areas are also considered a food/feed area when food is exposed and facility is in operation. Application within food/feed areas of food/feed handling establishments is limited to crack and crevice treatment only.

    Please read and follow entire label before use.

    Optigard Flex Liquid Insecticide 8 ounce

    Mixing Refer to Application Dilution Table for proper amount of Optigard Flex Liquid to be used to achieve the correct dilution. Refer to Use Directions of specific pest for application procedure and use rates. To prepare the application mixture, fill the application tank 1/4 - 1/3 of desired volume with water before adding Optigard Flex Liquid. Then slowly add the required amount of Optigard Flex Liquid. Add the remaining amount of water and agitate until product is thoroughly mixed.

    ePestSolutions offers a wide range of ant control products including ant control baits, ant control dusts, ant sprays and ant control kits. Restrictions: New York

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