How do I kill fire ants on poultry farms?

Imported fire ants can cause problems on poultry farms by attacking chickens and foraging on broken eggs. Fire ant stings cause blemishes that can reduce the quality of poultry. For management of imported fire ants in and around poultry houses, …

Does gasoline kill fire ants?

Gasoline probably will not kill the entire fire ant colony. Gasoline is highly repellent to ants and is likely to cause them to relocate. However, gasoline is dangerous to handle, and it kills any plant material it touches. Some of …

Do grits kill fire ants?

Research plots have demonstrated that using grits does not control fire ants. The theory behind the use of grits as a fire ant control is that the ants will eat the grits, which swell in their stomachs causing them …

How do we control fire ants in pastures?

First, is it worth treating your pasture at all? If the answer is yes, there are several baits that can be broadcast for fire ant control in pastures. These baits cost about $10-15 per acre. The cost of labor and

Why do fire ant mounds pop up after a rain?

Just because you don’t see fire ants doesn’t mean they aren’t there. They’re just not making visible mounds because of the heat and drought.

With drought, the fire ant colonies move underground where they can obtain water and where temperatures …

How do I kill fire ants inside my house?

Fire ant colonies can migrate into homes and other structures in search of food, water, and nesting sites, especially during periods of extreme outdoor heat, drought, or flooding rains.They can enter through any cracks and crevices.

 

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Which fire ant bait should I use?

 


Most of the currently available fire ant baits work very well when applied according to label instructions. The key to using baits is patience. If you use a bait product and apply it properly, a broadcast application should …