Professional Ant Control Products for the Do It Yourself Homeowner, Ant identification Guide for the Acrobat Ant, Argentine Ant,Big Headed Ant,Black Field Ant,Carpenter Ant, Citronella Ant,Crazy Ant,Fire Ant,Ghost Ant,Harvestert Ant,Leaf Cutter Ant,Little Black Ant,Odorous House Ant,Pharoah Ant, Thief Ant, White Footed Ant

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Ascend Fire Ant Bait


Conquer Insecticide

Demand CS

Delta Dust


Drax Ant Bait

Drione Dust

Extinguish Plus Fire Ant Bait

Gourmet  Ant Gel

Maxforce Ant Bait Station

Maxforce Carpenter Ant Gel

Maxforce Fire Ant Bait

Niban Granular Bait


Suspend SC

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Maxforce Fire Ant Bait Granular Bait
Product Overview:
Maxforce Fire Ant Bait Granular Bait Kills the Queens and the colony. Research on Fire Ants now indicates that fire ants mounds can contain up to 150 queens and be 10 - 15 feet below ground. Simply drenching the mound will not kill them in most cases.
Maxforce Fire Ant Bait  Granular Bait is applied around the nest or spread over large areas such as lawns, parks, recreational areas, football and baseball fields, golf courses, etc.
It applies at a very low rate of 1 - 2 lbs per acre making it a an economically yet effective way to control fire ants. The worker fire ants pick it up and carry it back to the nest.
 The active ingredient Hydramethylon not only kills all the worker ants but also the queens resulting in an efficient but fast kill of the entire colony.

For best results, apply Maxforce in the spring and fall.
2 lb Container


Acrobat Ant

► Argentine Ant

Big Headed Ant

► Black Field Ant

► Carpenter Ant

► Citronella Ant

► Crazy Ant

Fire Ant

► Ghost Ant

► Harvester Ant

► Leaf Cutter Ant

► Little Black Ant

► Odorous House Ant

► Pavement Ant

► Pharoah Ant

► Thief Ant

► White Footed Ant


► Flying Ants / Termites

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