Posted by John Fasoldt on 7:56:18 5/26/2012 from 184.108.40.206:
In reply to: Re: I flipped out too soon I think posted by Suzie on 6:24:47 5/26/2012 from 220.127.116.11:
Cold weather, for all intents and purposes, does not affect them. They are in Alaska!
Termidor is what they call "non-repellent." That is, they don't know it's there, so they take it back to the colony and it can affect the entire colony.
As opposed to most other insecticides, they are "repellent." They REPEL the insects.
And, no, what was done on your property shouldn't affect your neighbor's - depending, of course, how close you are to them. Normally, no. However, a Termidor treatment CAN affect your neighbor's problem, eliminating them too. Again, it depends on many factors. Termidor can be used OUTSIDE and still affect ants on the inside. It is that good.
For ants, Termidor is the very best treatment - bar none. It works just as well on all social insects - termites, ants, bees and wasps, any social insect.
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