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3LB SHAKER BAG

$ 3.00 FS WITH PRIME

Kills ants, fire ants, cockroaches, fleas and other insects
Fast-acting granules kill insects in 24 hours
Keep insects out – use as band treatment around house foundations and on lawns, or as a spot treatment on ant hills
Convenient, resealable shaker bag – no spreader required
For outdoor use only
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I bought a powder ant killer recently,all I did was follow the instructions.I pick up the ants one by one and put the powder in its eyes,it will be blind in a couple of minutes and it gonna have a hard time finding food then its gonna die of starvation.
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I thought killing ants is bad?

Why bad?
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They help prevent termites
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Ants are a nuisance. They would eat your food. Lol
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I bought a powder ant killer recently,all I did was follow the instructions.I pick up the ants one by one and put the powder in its eyes,it will be blind in a couple of minutes and it gonna have a hard time finding food then its gonna die of starvation.
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Anybody use this before? I heard liquid ant killer is the best.
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I have something similar to this but another brand, hard to tell if it has done anything though. That said, the liquid Terro works wonders if you have a concentration of ants. Put it down, watch them swarm over it, then they disappear! I've used that several times with mostly good results (if the ants don't "discover" the bait, it'll just sit there until it evaporates).
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Anybody use this before? I heard liquid ant killer is the best.
I always have good results from the liquid ant killer when placed indoors. After a couple of days, they are gone.

This is for outside.
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i'm gonna use this in my raised bed
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I'm still using an Amdro gallon sized plastic container i grabbed from a SD 4 years ago lol. Amdro works great I wonder if these are similar formulas. Amdro is brought into the nest versus other insecticides which physically poison the ant on the spot.
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i'm gonna use this in my raised bed
Have you done this before? I have a marching line of ants along the border of my raised garden bed and would love to get rid of them in a way that is safe for vegetables and other animals.
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Have you done this before? I have a marching line of ants along the border of my raised garden bed and would love to get rid of them in a way that is safe for vegetables and other animals.
i have not, but i have the same issue, and have knocked out at LEAST two colonies just by happenstance. i'll put these in areas that aren't within a foot of a plant
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I think this is not rain proof (or resistant). If it rains, it washes away this stuff quite well.

This should be rain proof https://www.amazon.com/TERRO-T600...001B1KH1Y/ . I spread this around the perimeter of my house and it lasts about 3-6 months with sometimes rain. Ants really stay out of my house.
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