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Len writes,
07/17/2011:

I am going trench out side of house with Termidor. Have termites in basement inside walls.

Do I drill 12 inches apart and use 1/2 holes? How much solution do I pour or pump in each hole? Which would be best to use termidor or dominion? How long is termidor to last vs dominion?

Answer:

When drilling through a slab you should use a 1/2 sized drill bit and the holes should be no more than 12 inches apart.  Just like outside, you should apply 4 gallons per 10 lineal feet inside.  So if you have 10 holes over 10 feet and need to apply 4 gallons over those 10 holes, it works out to be just a little bit under 1/2 gallon per hole.  Termidor and Dominion are both great products.  Termidor will last for 10 years and Dominion will last for 7, however Dominion is much cheaper than Termidor.  Dominion has been very popular because it is such a good deal right now.

Answer last updated on: 07/17/2011

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