Premise 75 WP can be used indoor as well as outdoors with a long lasting, effective termite control. Premise 75 WP works well for Subterranean Termites, Drywood and Dampwood termites. Premise 75 WP not only repels termites like the other WP but also kills on contact. Since the Premise 75 WP is a contact kill it will kill any other pest that come in contact with the infested pest.
Directions for use of Premise 75 WP
Structures that contain wells or cisterns within the foundation of the structure can only be treated using the treated back fill method described in the treatment around wells and cisterns section of this label. Consult state and local specifications for recommended distances of wells from treated areas, or if such regulations do not exist, refer to Federal Housing Administration Specifications (H.U.D) for guidance.
For Mixing directions refer to the label
General Control of Termites with Premise 75WP
Treatment standards for subterranean termite control may vary due to regulations, termite treatment procedures, soil types, construction practices and other factors. The purpose of chemical soil treatment for termite control is to establish a continuous chemical soil treatment for termite control is to establish a continuous chemical treated zone (horizontal and/ or vertical as needed) between the wood and other cellulose material in the structure and the termite colonies in the soil. Follow all federal, state, and local regulations and treatment standards for protection of a structure from termites. In some instances where an aerial or above ground colony is established, supplemental treatments to control the termites, landscape modifications, and. or structural repairs may be needed to deprive termites of a moisture source.
Pre- Construction Treatment
Do not apply at a lower dosage and/ or concentrations than specified on this label for application prior to installation of the finished grade. Prior to each application, applicators must notify the general contractor, construction superintendent, or similar responsible party, of the intended termiticide application and intended sites of application and instruct the responsible person to notify construction workers and other individuals to leave the area to be treated during application and until the termiticide is absorbed into the soil.
Post Construction Treatment
Concrete Slab on ground: to apply a treatment under the slab, including attached porches, carports, entrance platforms, garages, and similar slab structures, it may be necessary to drill the slab or exterior foundations. Drill holes should be spaced in a manner that will allow for application of a continuous chemical treated zone. Treat all existing cracks and cold, construction or expansion joints. Also, treat around bath traps, plumbing and utility services which penetrate the slab. Apply 4 gallons of solution (see application volume) per 10 linear feet per foot of depth to provide a uniform treated zone. Plug and fill all drilled holes in commonly occupied areas with a suitable sealant. Plugs must be of non- cellulose material or covered by an impervious, non- cellulose material.
An application should be made by trenching or trenching and ridding around the outside of the foundation wall. Apply 4 gallons of solution ( See Application Volume) per 10 linear feet per foot of depth to provide a uniform treated zone. When trenching, the trench along the outside foundation should be about 6 inches wide and 6 inches deep. Use a love pressure spray to treat soil as it is being placed in the trench. Ridding can be done from the bottom of a shallow trench. When ridding, rod holes should be spaced in a manner that will allow for a continuous chemical treated zone. Not to exceed 12 inches, to be deposited along the treated area. Rod hole depth should be should not extend below the footing.
Bath Traps: Exposed soil or soil covered with tar or a similar type sealant beneath and around plumbing and/ or drain pipe entry areas should be treated with 3 gallons of solution per square foot. An access door or inspection vent should be cut and installed if not already present. After inspection and removal of any wood or cellulose debris, the soul can be treated by ridding or drenching the soil.
Control Of Wood Infesting Pests:
For control of above ground termites and carpenter ants is localized areas, apply a 0.05 to .01% solution or sufficient volume of Premise 75 Insecticide foam to void and galleries in damaged wood, and in spaces between wooden structural members and between the sill plate and foundation where wood is vulnerable. Applications may be made to inaccessible areas by drilling, and then injecting the suspension or foam with a suitable directional injector into the damaged wood or wall voids. Termite carton nests in building voids may be injected with a 0.05 To0.1 suspension or foam. Multiple injection points to varying depths may be necessary. It is desirable to physically remove carton nest materials from building voids when such nests are found. Application to attics, crawl spaces, unfinished basements, or man made voids may be made with a coarse fan spray of 0.05 to 0.1% solution or foam to control exposed worker and winged reproductive forms of termites or carpenter ants. This type of application is intended to be a supplemental treatment for control of above ground subterranean termites and carpenter ants. (... continued in the label...)
Drywood termites and wood- infesting beetles or borers
Please refer to the product label above for more information.
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