1 Pound Can Treats 108 Fire Ant Mounds
All My Customers Buy This For Fire Ants!
Acephate can kill insects by direct contact or ingestion. Acephate kills insects by disrupting their normal nervous system functions.
Watch this video to see how easy it is to get rid of your fire ants.
- All my customers buy this for fire ants!
- This one pound container will treat 108 mounds!
- Pour 2-3 tsps. on each mound.
- You can take the can and pop the lid off with a screw driver and underneath is a foil seal.
- You take an ice pick or knife and make holes in it to make your own shaker can.
- Then don’t touch the mound; simply shake about 2 to 3 tsps on top.
- Every ant that touches it and then touches others down in the mound will DIE!
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The reason you don’t want to disturb the mound is because they have a massive underground system and will simply move on over.
Acephate is an organophosphate foliar insecticide of moderate persistence with residual systemic activity of about 10-15 days at the recommended use rate. It is used primarily for control of aphids, including resistant species, in vegetables (e.g. potatoes, carrots, greenhouse tomatoes, and lettuce) and in horticulture (e.g. on roses and greenhouse ornamentals). It also controls leaf miners, caterpillars, sawflies and thrips in the previously stated crops as well as turf and forestry.
Please keep out of the reach of children. Read and follow instructions on the label.
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