Carpenter ant bait comes in three forms: liquid, gel, and solid pellets. Its an effective tool for eliminating a colony. Ensure other potential food sources are removed. There must be enough bait for all workers to forage.
Carpenter Ant Control & Removal
There are natural products on the market to control carpenter ants. Boric acid, plant extracts, and pyrethrum are all effective. They come in various forms including aerosol, liquid, and powder.
Boric acid is an effective control tool against carpenter ants. The most common forms are as bait and as powder. The purpose of baits are to be eaten by the colony. Powder sticks to the ants and is ingested during grooming.
Carpenter ant gel is effective because it combines attractive food with toxic ingredients. The moist gel, also, satisfies their need for water. Apply at night when carpenter ants are active and to keep it from overheating.
Carpenter ant bait is very effective. There are three forms: liquid, gel, and pellet. The challenges are to remove the ants’ other food sources, ensure carpenter ant workers (only) find the bait, and using enough bait.
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