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Re: carpenter ants


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Posted by John Fasoldt on 7:21:37 3/6/2009 from 24.0.128.169:

In reply to: Re: carpenter ants posted by cristine smith on 16:02:54 3/5/2009 from 76.6.50.123:

Hmmmmm. You are indeed in the boonies... Although last year I passed right by you on a trip up north in my little RV!

Unfortunately, I can't give you a specific name in an area close to you, but you should look for a trusted exterminator as close to where you are as you can. Skip the biggies, you want a local guy with the knowledge of how to work with the T/P combination.

You would perform this after the snow has all melted. And don't use the "granules" if you are going to have it done with T/P, they would work against each other.

---John



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