Active Ingredients : Alpha-cypermethrin 0.02%, Trtramethrin 0.45%
1.Sprinkle TermitesDIY bait with water and stick it along the termite roadway.
2.Wait patiently for 21 days.
3.The bait willl be carried back to the nest as a supply of food by worker termites. .
3.Termites within the nest, including the Queen will consume the poisoned bait as food, which will result in a complete elimination of the termite colony within 21 days.
Why baiting solution?
1. No drilling in floors & foundations.
2. No digging or trenching.
3. No chemicals injected in the ground and around your house.
4. No chemical exposure to you and your family.
5. Effective by eliminate termites colony.
What is a Termite Bait?
A termite bait is usually a paper-, cardboard-, or sawdust-like material containing the active ingredient that kills termites. The bait is kept inside a box bait station. As termites feed on the bait, they will carried back the poisone to the nest as a supply of food within the nestmates, including the queen will consume the poisoned bait as food, which will result in a complete elimination of the termite colony.
Termites are highly social insects. Within the colony hundreds, thousands, and sometimes millions of termites work and live together. They feed and clean each other and exchange liquid chemical signals as part of their communication. They also share droplets of fluid to keep themselves supplied with the tiny organisms needed for digesting wood. You will learn that termites feeding on a bait will share it with their nestmates and end up destroying their own colony.
What Are Termites?
Termites are small insects that eat wood and live in colonies. The colony is headed by a king and queen who mate and produce more termites. Soldier termites defend the colony against invaders and predators. Worker termites search for food and are responsible for feeding and taking care of the king and queen, the young (larvae), and the soldiers. Termites have microscopic organisms (called protozoa) living in their digestive tract that help them to digest wood. Termites are very important in nature because they break down wood and return nutrients to the soil. They become a problem only when they attack our homes and structures.