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Re: The carpenter ants continue


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Posted by John Fasoldt on 6:53:13 7/6/2015 from 108.24.145.68:

In reply to: Re: The carpenter ants continue posted by Marcia on 14:06:40 7/5/2015 from 98.210.224.185:

That's "Termidor," not "Thermidor," BTW... And if by "pups" you mean dogs, it will be fine. You don't intend spraying the dogs do you? (Just kidding)

As a matter of fact, the AI (active ingredient) of Termidor is Fipronil, an insecticide used in the treatment of fleas and ticks on dogs. Also, when it is used against ants, the titration is .06%, whereas the titration is a full 9%. Quite a difference!

Just remember, you will probably eventually have to find that moisture problem, but a Termidor treatment can make that further in the future.

---John



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