Deploying Bait is our preferred approach to exterminating Fire Ants.
The bait technique to Control, Eradicate, and Exterminate Fire Ants results in:
Avoidance of broadcast application of Control Agents. Which results in less pollution and general hazard for people and pets.
And less intrusion to the flow of life.
Fire Ants are attracted to the bait and are likely to be impacted by it.
The Pest is least likely to be going into new areas to spread the infestation.
Fire Ants would be exterminated having consumed the bait and may also prove to be a source of secondary poisoning for other members.
This technique is cleaner and safer.
Bait has proven to be a fool-proof method of extermination and it comes in Gel or Paste form and is usually deployed inside cracks, gaps and holes particularly near where Fire Ants are present or forage.
Expected Results And Outcome Of The Treatment:
It may take up to 5 weeks for all the Fire Ants to come and forage on the bait and then become affected by it. This Bait will prove fatal to Fire Ants. Most of the Fire Ants will expire behind the scenes but some may be found dead near our living spaces. A typical cleaning exercise would be sufficient for the final act.
The name Fire Ants (Ginger Ants or Red Ants) refers to a group of Ants that have reddish color and cause a painful sting. The pain is not caused by their bite but their stinger under the abdomen. These Ants are 2mm – 6mm long in size.
Fire Ants are extremely aggressive and would readily attack a perceived intruder with multiple stinging.
Their nests are usually in the soil in the form of mounds in the backyard.
When Fire Ants attack a small animal, at times, it is fatal for the animal.
Fire Ants sting from their lower abdomen while holding themselves onto the target animal with their jaws. These stings cause severe burning like pain and can be deadly to sensitive people.