| Carpenter Ant Bait Combo contains:
Advance 375 A--For Protein Needs of Ant Colony
Advance works well with Maxforce Carpenter Ant Gel. This bait formulation combines a mixture of foods and the delayed action insecticide, abamectin. Advance 375 A Ant Bait is an ant bait for various ants in granular form. This smaller bait matrix in Advance 375 A Ant Bait works well on both the Pennsylvania carpenter ants as well as the Florida carpenter ants. Advance Granular Carpenter Ant Bait is a ready-to-use product for use in controlling carpenter ants both indoors and outdoors. JIt will also control a variety of common ants such as Argentine, Crazy, Pharoah and Odorous House Ants
Label & MSDS
Maxforce Carpenter Ant Bait Gel-For Sugar Needs
Maxforce Carpenter Ant bait gel provides FAST CONTROL of carpenter ants in 3-5 days. The high moisture content of this gel enhances the attractiveness to target carpenter ants. The attractiveness is greatest within two weeks of application. Maxforce Carpenter Ant Gel may be used inside and outside.It will also control Argentine, Big-Headed, Odorous, Pavement, Thief and Pharoah Ants.
One tube yields 27 spots of bait
Label & MSDS
DIY Complete Carpenter Ant Bait Kit- Includes Taurus SC, a non-repellent spray that is particularly effective in ant control. Spray the perimeter of your house up to 4 times a year. Taurus SC also kills many other insects such as roaches, Ants (Acrobat, Argentine, Big-Headed, Carpenter, Crazy, Odorous, Pavement, Pharaoh, and Thief), Asian lady beetles, Darkling beetles, Cockroaches (Australian, Oriental, Smoky Brown), Black widow spiders, Brown recluse spiders, Cellar and Hobo spiders, Box-elder bugs, Pill bugs, Brown and dog ticks, Centipedes, Cluster Flies, European Earwigs, House Crickets, Millipedes, Paper Wasps, Silverfish, Yellow Jackets.You may use Taurus SC as a termite control product as well in a drenching method.
Spray around the house 18 inches up the side of your house and 18 inches out from the house setting up a perimeter.
Spray with Taurus SC mixture in other entry points, such as, doors (don't spray near door handles), windows, pipes, cracks, vents, holes, etc. Make sure to treat the joint where exterior siding (wood, vinyl, aluminum or other similar materials) meets the cement, brick or block foundation. Treat anywhere electrical, cable or telephone wires enter the house.