Bayer Advanced Termite Killer Ready to Spread Granules is a ready to spread granular formulation using Imidacloprid. Simply use the shaker jug to sprinkle the Bayer Advanced Termite Killer Ready to Spread Granules on the ground, water in, and walk away. Use Bayer Advanced Termite Killer Ready to Spread Granules around your home, fence posts, wood piles, garages, and other listed areas. This package will treat the perimeter of an average size home (200 lineal feet).
This is not a professional grade product. Please review our Termite Control page to learn more about controlling termites and protecting your home with professional grade products.
|Active Ingredient:||Imidacloprid - 0.37%|
|Target pests:||Termites (including subterranean)|
|For use in:||This product can be applied to areas that surround building structures, wooden fence posts or poles, other wooden constructions, subject to termite attack |
Areas that can be treated include bare soils, landscaped planting areas, mulched areas and turfgrass
|Application:||Easy to Use - Apply, Water In, and Walk Away|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Yield:||Will treat 200 linear feet with a 6 inch band (treated area around an average size home)|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||MN|
|Manufactured By:||Bayer Advanced (UPC: 687073003505)|
How should Bayer Advance Termite Killer Granules be applied?
Open the container and sprinkle the granules onto the ground (bare soils, mulched areas, landscape beds, or turfgrass) directly adjacent to the building foundation. Make a band of sprinkled granules 6 inches wide around the structure being treated.
Directly after application, water until moist, but not to the point of run-off.
Do not disrupt treated soil.
Where can Bayer Advanced Termite Killer Granules be used?
This product can be applied to areas that surround building structures, wooden fence posts or poles, other wooden constructions subject to termite attack.
Areas that can be treated include bare soils, landscaped planting areas, mulched areas and turfgrass.
How does Bayer Advanced Termite Killer Granules work?
This product is formulated on a granulated carrier for perimeter band applications. When applied to soil, moisture causes the granules to disintegrate and release the active ingredient into the uppermost layers of soil where termite foraging activity occurs.
How much will area will Bayer Advanced Termite Killer Granules cover?
The product will treat 200 linear feet with a 6-inch band (treated area around an average size home).
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August 25, 2013Vernon from Lebanon Pa. asked:
QHow long will Bayer Advance Termite Killer Granules remain active? When should I retreat the perimeter?
AAccording to the manufacturer, Bayer Advanced Termite Killer Granules will remain active and effective for 6 months after initial application. They need to be watered in but not the point of runoff.
April 1, 2013Mary from New Bern Nc asked:
QCan I spread Bayer Advanced Termite Granules over pine straw mulch or should mulch be removed first?
AAccording to the Bayer label you can apply to both the mulch and to the soil to protect against termites. We recommend that you apply the product to the soil to prolong the effect of the product.
January 3, 2014Carol from Owasso, Ok asked:
QHow does using this product compare with using Dominion 2l?
It has the same ingredient and it seems a lot easier to apply compared to the trenching application used with Dominion 2l. And why would you need to reapply after six months?
ACan you please let us know exactly what insect you are trying to treat for and where? This information will help us give you a better comparision in how the product will work for you.
May 12, 2014Joann from Georgetown, Pa asked:
QWill it hurt animals if they step where I spread the Bayer Advanced Termite Killer Granules?
AAs long as you keep pets out of the area both during the application and until everything has has time to settle and dry on the surface, it would be completely safe for pets to re-enter the area afterwards.
June 11, 2015Ida from Durham, Nc asked:
QCan I put termite killer near my roses bushes, not on the rose bushes but near them, will it hurt the rose bushes?
ABayer Advanced Termite Killer Ready to Spread Granules will not harm flowers or roses when applied to the soil around them. Please follow te product labe for application.