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Jon Crain
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All of your Insurance Needs
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We have the the olive oil and vinegar you like.
1787 Oil Vinegar And More
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Before choosing a bait, you should decide if an ant bait is suitable for the job. There are certain ant species that rarely accept baits while other ants will accept or take your bait without eliminating your infestation. For example:

Pharaoh Ants respond to baits far better than contact insecticides.
Not all baits can be used to control this ant. Advion Ant Bait Gel is one of the few that Pharaoh Ants will accept.
Crazy Ants will initially accept several types of baits but soon desert the material once the insecticide contained in the bait is detected by the colony.
Argentine Ants will also accept professional baits but their colony system (at times) can be too over whelming to handle with an outdoor baiting program; baiting indoors sometimes helps remove localized colonies.
Carpenter Ants will readily respond to the newer carpenter ant baits (Advance Carpenter Ant Bait and Maxforce Carpenter Ant Bait Gel) but follow-up treatments with the use of pesticides are usually needed to prevent re-infestation of the pests.
Fireant colonies can be treated with many different ant baits that are generic, that is they are labeled for many ant species, including fireants. There are, however, fireant baits that were designed specifically to attract and kill this particular pest. Advion Fire Ant Bait granules for outdoors with Advance Dual Choice and Advion Ant Bait Gel for indoors is a great combo for getting rid of fireants in a home.
InTice 10 Perimeter Bait (10% Boric Acid) lasts up to 90 days outdoors. Controls ants, millipedes, sowbugs, pillbugs, roaches and other pests.
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