Bait Stations For Ants offers a non-toxic way to eliminate the ants you see and the ones you don’t. By mixing our formula with water, the solution has a uniform consistency that ants will readily feed upon. The unique properties of our formula allows it to remain active while drying, so the ant attracts and feeds even after leaving the treated area. Ants can be a real problem. They get into your food and find their way into your home. Ants are social insects and will go where other ants are. That’s why it’s so important to get rid of the entire colony, not just one single ant! These bait stations for ants can help you do that by killing off the colony or by keeping them out of your home. You can find a spray with these stations if you’d like, but they work very well on their own too. Eliminate the possibility of having to destroy your kitchen countertops with ants. This ant trap station will kill the ants within a few hours of setting it up in your kitchen.
- Provides fast control of a wide variety of ant species
- Clear, odorless formula allows for inconspicuous bait placements
- May be used indoors and outdoors, residential or commercial, including food handling areas (crack & crevice only)
- Lasts three months, unlike ant gel baits, which begin to lose moisture immediately
- Eliminates the entire colony, even those hidden in inaccessible areas, through the exclusive use of Maxforce Domino Effect
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- Advion ant bait arena provides complete control of nuisance ant colonies with the active ingredient indoxacarb, an insecticide that acts through ingestion by ants.
- The bait’s slow-acting poison provides enough time for foraging ants to return to nest sites and contaminate other colony members including larvae and queens, eventually destroying the entire colony.
- Easy-to-use and long-lasting.
- No residue or odor
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- MADE IN USA
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- Includes 48 ready to use bait stations
- Kills the ants you see and the ones you don’t
- Targets ants outdoors before they can come indoors
- Ready to use – insert stakes, break tab, kill the colony
- See-through bait monitor lets you know when it’s time to replace
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- Attracts & Kills – Kills common household ants including acrobat, crazy, ghost, little black, odorous house, pavement, and other sweet-eating ants
- Kills the Ants You See & the Ones You Don’t – As worker ants discover the bait, they share it with the rest of the colony to eliminate them all
- Works Fast – You should see a significant decrease in the number of ants visiting the bait stations within just a few days
- Ready to Use – Place the bait stations, watch it attract ants, and eliminate the entire colony
- Use Throughout Your Home – Place stations near areas where you’ve seen ant activity including along baseboards, in corners, on counters, and more
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Bait Stations For Ants
Ants are a problem.
If you’ve ever experienced an ant infestation, you know how frustrating they can be. Ants are a nuisance and get into food, they cause property damage due to the chemicals they excrete while tunneling in your walls, and they’re a health hazard because of their ability to bite. They may also carry disease if the bites become infected or inflamed; this is especially dangerous for children and pets who play outside with untreated bites.
If you’ve never had an ant problem before, consider yourself lucky!
Foraging ants are seeking food.
When ants are foraging, they’re not looking for food just for themselves. Ants are social creatures and will help each other out if there’s no one else around (like when you’ve moved into a new apartment). If you notice ants in your home or office, it’s likely that they’re looking for food that they can bring back to the nest. They might also be seeking out dead insects—like roaches or flies—that have been killed by pesticides to feed their colony.
Insects eat anything with sugar and protein in it: fruits, vegetables, meats and dairy products as well as sweets such as candy bars or cookies (which is why many people keep ants away from their kitchen counters!). It’s easy enough to understand why fruit flies gather around your bananas but what about those pesky little black ones? These are actually the larvae stage of flies called phorid flies which lay their eggs on dead insects like cockroaches before hatching into maggots inside them; once matured these maggots then chew through the skin until released onto whatever surface they’re sitting on! This means if an old roach dies somewhere in your home – even under a piece of furniture – there could be thousands more waiting patiently underneath waiting until nightfall when all lights go off before crawling back up again!
Kill the queen to eradicate the ants.
If you’re able to find the queen ant and kill her, this will immediately end the colony. The queen is usually not easy to find because she’s well protected, hidden and often has her own food source.
Baits stations are a good solution for ants.
Baits stations are a good solution for ants. They can be set up in strategic locations, they can target a specific ant species, and they can be used to kill the queen without harming other insects or animals.
Bait stations can be made from common household items.
Some bait stations can be made from common household items. For example, an empty bottle or jar works just fine. Just make sure it has a lid and close it tightly after you add the bait. You can also use cardboard tubes, plastic containers, tin cans or even old soda bottles to rebuild an ant bait station.
Use sugar water or borax as bait.
- Sugar water is an effective bait because ants are looking for food and will eat it.
- Borax, which is toxic to ants, can be used as bait as well.
A variety of homemade bait recipes are available online.
A variety of homemade bait recipes are available online. The following are a few of the most common ingredients:
- Sugar water
- Peanut butter (in small amounts)
- Baking soda and/or baking powder mixed with water, honey, or syrup (sometimes called “ant cookies”) * Honey and peanut butter mixed together (sometimes called “ant candy”)
Commercial bait stations are also available for purchase.
You can also buy commercial bait stations. These are available at most major home improvement stores, and they’re typically made of plastic or metal. They come in a variety of colors and sizes, with some having multiple compartments for storing different types of traps.
In general, these products work well for larger ant infestations but may not be effective against smaller colonies that build nests in hard-to-reach areas. They’re also more expensive than DIY options (ranging from $15 to $40), so if you need multiple stations in one area or plan on using them for several years, it might be worth the investment to purchase them new from your local store.
Ants can be difficult to eradicate, but with the right bait station and strategy, they can be eliminated without harming other creatures or pets in the home.
Ants can be difficult to eradicate, but with the right bait station and strategy, they can be eliminated without harming other creatures or pets in the home. Before beginning any ant eradication process, it is important to understand that ants have a social structure that allows them to function as a cohesive unit. Therefore removing one ant may not necessarily solve your problem unless you take into account this dynamic when formulating your removal plan.
Ants also have complex communication systems and will use pheromones (chemical signals) or touch-based cues to relay information about food sources between individuals within colonies. In order for baits to work effectively, it is critical that they are not only applied correctly but also distributed properly throughout the colony so that all members of the colony come into contact with them at some point during their daily activities.