Tiny Pharaoh's ants form large colonies that infest buildings including hospitals and households.
Pharaoh's ants are tiny (1.5-2.5 mm), brown ants that form large colonies, often within buildings. They are generalist feeders and have been known to infest hospitals and even feed in wounds. They may gnaw through packaging to gain access to food in kitchens.
To get rid of ants follow these simple steps:
Stick masking tape on delicate surfaces and then apply bait onto the masking tape. This protects the surface and allows easy removal.
Some ants 'farm' aphids and scale insects for sweet secretions and it worth treating your plants with suitable garden insecticides to control these sap-sucking plant pests and deny the ants their food supply.
LawnPro Protect are useful in areas of garden where ants are a nuisance and as an additional barrier around a house or other building. The granules are sprinkled onto soil and gravel surfaces where ants are traveling and then watered in to take the insecticide deep into the soil, forming a curtain barrier.
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