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Martin's Surrender Fire Ant Killer
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Acephate 75 SP  is an agricultural and fire ant insecticide.

Acephate 75 SP  works great killing fire ants ! One 1 lb can kills up to 108 fire ant mounds

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Martin's Surrender Fire Ant Killer-Acephate 75 SP

Surrender Fire Ant Killer with Acephate 75% is an agricultural and fire ant insecticide.

Surrender Fire Ant Killer works great killing fire ants! One 1 lb can kills up to 108 fire ant mounds

Acephate 75 SP as a water soluble insecticide is absorbed in plant roots providing systemic control of feeding insects. Insect pests are generally better controlled by ingestion than by contact with Surrender Fire Ant Killer.

Outside in non-crop areas such as fields, pastures, recreational turf, residential and landscaped turf, food-bearing plants, and trees.

Fire Ants Mound Treatments

Dry Method: Evenly distribute 1 to 2 teaspoons over the mound
Drench Method: Mix 1 oz. in 5 gals. of water. Apply 1 gal. of mix to each mound area by sprinkling the mound until it is wet and treat a four (4) foot diameter circle around the mound.
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Pro Tips Surrender Fire Ant Killer with Acephate is a really good product for killing fire ants and any other mound dwelling ant. I like this 75% Acephate on the mound and then disturb the mound lightly with a stick so they will track it to the queen.
Packaging 1 lb
Manufacturer Control Solutions
Product Label Surrender Fire Ant Killer Label
MSDS Surrender Fire Ant- MSDS
Target Pest Imported Fire Ants (including Ants and Harvester Ants) Mound Treatment in Non-Crop Areas
Active Ingredient (s) Acephate..............75%
For Use :

Outside in non-crop areas such as fields, pastures, recreational turf, residential and landscaped turf, food-bearing plants, and trees.

Yield Treats up to 108 fire ant mounds
Mixture|Application May be sprinkled over mound (1-2 teaspoons per mound) or drenched, 1 oz per 5 gallons of water.
Application

For best results apply the material in the early morning or late afternoon when the ants are most active.

Applications made under prolonged hot and dry conditions may be ineffective due to the location of the ants deep within the nest.

Grass in treated area may be injured.

Do not treat mound more than once per season. MOUND TREATMENT OF FIRE ANTS AND HARVESTER ANTS IN TURFGRAS

Retreatment As needed
Shipping Restrictions AK, CA, CT, NY
More Instructions No
Reviews

Customer Reviews 10 item(s)

Gets the job done!!!
Great product that gets the job done but the smell will kill you.
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Review by Bae2927 / (Posted on 10/8/2014)
Works!!!
We have 14 acres in S. Carolina & this stuff works the best of anything we have tried in the past. Mail person was upset over the "odor" in the box, had it wrapped with two plastic bags. First time I ever got my mail early, before the end of day. A little of this stuff goes a long way, but we still needed 3 cans. Usually in 2 days ants are gone, but the little buggers are resilient & still pop up here & there but no where near the amount before. What was once dozens of mounds are now just a few & we will continue the battle until there are none. Wishful thinking but not giving in to them.
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Review by anthonyv / (Posted on 10/8/2014)
darn good product
had so many fireant hills that I ordered two more cans. Wish they would make a large size!! have not had to put out anymore of the product yet but when I have to.... they will be gone.
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Review by larry1 / (Posted on 8/24/2014)
I'm back to order again
We have 12 acres here in North Carolina and those dirty little fire ants have made it nearly impossible for my grandson and I to find 100 square feet of ground to pitch our tents before the summer ends for a "campout." I ordered three bottles a week ago here, and the ground is littered with dead ants and crumbling holes/piles. I came back tonight to get my fall eradication supply because my local hardware store refuses to stock this stuff due to the stench that escapes from the sealed can. It works, period, and it's hard to find. Store the can outside and order here instead of getting sick as you drive from the store (your postman can ask for hazard pay). My order came way too fast for free shipping, it was packed well, and processing my request was seamless. I'm not even looking for it locally any more. I like supporting local businesses, but when I do it this way I don't have to hear the "stench" comments.
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Review by Guy / (Posted on 8/20/2014)
Martin's Surrender Fire Ant Killer
Been looking for something this good for a long time;we have ants very bad in the summer time;and this stuff really works and a good price.
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Review by edwardsa2013 / (Posted on 7/16/2014)
Great Stuff
Very good for ants and other pests. Strong oder! Acephate is an organo-phosphate with a sulfer atom. Used frequently for aphids but great for ants.

As always service is super fast and price is low in comparison to other website.
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Review by us000561 / (Posted on 6/30/2014)
Good Stuff
This is some very good stuff for all types of bugs.

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DIY Response: We agree that this is a good insecticide and we're glad it worked for you, but it is only labeled for outdoor use against ants.
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Review by KML / (Posted on 6/6/2014)
this stuff works wonders on fire ants
have used this product many times and it has always works. just follow the directions and presto no fire ants.
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Review by CJ / (Posted on 5/19/2014)
Like it. Fire ants did surrender.
I did use the fire ant killer and found it to be productive. Like it I would order this product again. Just a little does a great job. Watch out for the smell that is a killer by it self.
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Review by Hattie / (Posted on 5/9/2014)
Killed Fire Ants
This fire ant killer worked very well for me and I appreciate the quick and free shipping....best price on the
Jennifer B
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Review by Jennifer / (Posted on 3/18/2012)

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