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Re: carpenter ants in a dying tree, which I plan to remove


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Posted by Mark Homkes on 12:00:01 10/13/2008 from 69.128.67.49:

In reply to: Re: carpenter ants in a dying tree, which I plan to remove posted by John Fasoldt on 15:20:53 10/9/2008 from 24.0.128.169:

Hello John,

Thanks for the info and the quick reply!

I like your idea of waiting until the cooler temperatures arrive before dropping the tree. How cold does it need to be, when ants limit their activity?

DO NOT SPRAY FIREWOOD WITH CHEMICALS, got it. Makes good sense when you think about it. (You may want to add a paragraph about that on your "Carpenter Ant Page", I failed to read the "Termite Page", thinking it did not apply to my ant situation).

Thanks again and I appreciate your efforts to educate the public on these issues. Keep up the good work!



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