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Mound Drenching

Kill fireants quickly with the drench method!

GALLERY OF PESTS   PESTICIDES   MAIN INDEX   CARPENTER ANTS

Drenching a fireant mound with a solution containing Cypermethrin will destroy the colony faster than any other method.   Fireants live in huge colonies that are not effected by normal spraying or cheap granules.  Kill fire ants thoroughly with a Cypermethrin mound drench.  Cypermethrin can be found in Demon EC and other professional pesticides.
All that is needed for the job is a 2 - 4 gallon bucket or watering can, a water source, and an insecticide containing Cypermethrin.  Simply mix the concentrate with water according to label instructions (1/2 ounce per gallon of water), then slowly drench the mound.
In test after test, fireant mounds drenched with Demon EC were destroyed in less than two hours.  These mounds did not re-appear in another location because all the internal galleries had been flooded with a pesticide that can leave a 30 day residual.
Once the soil dries, you can allow people and animals back into the area.

For elimination or prevention of carpenter ants, go to our Carpenter Ant article.

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Kill fireants quickly with the drench method!

GALLERY OF PESTS   PESTICIDE CATALOG   MAIN INDEX   CARPENTER ANTS

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