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Dominion 2L is an excellent termiticide and insecticide used for subterranean, drywood, dampwood termites and carpenter ants that contains the exact same active ingredient and precentage as Premise 2 and I Maxx Pro 2F. Dominion 2L can be sprayed directly on an active termite infestation, or poured in the ground around a home or building to protect against subterranean termites. Dominion 2L is also non-repellent, meaning that termites will crawl over the product without detecting it, and spread it to each other by touch and food sharing, eventually eliminating the entire infestation. Yields 50 gallons of finished solution per bottle.
Also See: How To Do A Termite Treatment
CANNOT be used on pets for any reason.
|Active Ingredient:||Imidacloprid - 21.4% (Non-Repellent Termiticide)|
|Target pests:||Subterranean Termites and other insects
* Not to be used for imported fire ants, pharaoh or harvester ants
* Also a Foliar and Systemic Insecticide
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Outside Only; Around Homes & Commercial Buildings
* Indoor spraying is limited to Spot Treatments for Termites
* Cannot be Used Indoors for Ants or other Insects
Turf-grass (including Sod Farms, Landscape Ornamental Plants, Fruit & Nut Trees and Interior Plantscapes)
* See label for complete list
|Application:||.6 oz. per gallon of water (2.4 oz. per 4 gallons of water per 10 Lineal feet
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Yield:||27.5 oz will make 50 gallons of finished solution which will treat 120 lineal feet|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||AK, AS, NY, PR, CT|
|Special Features:||Non-Repellent Termiticide|
|Shipping Weight:||2.17 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Control Solutions|
How To Apply Dominion 2L Termiticide
How Dominion 2L Termiticide Works
Dominion 2L Termiticide/Insecticide is a versatile non-repellent liquid concentrate with the active ingredient Imidacloprid. Imidacloprid is in the class of insecticides known as neonicotinoids, neuro-active insecticides that are modeled after nicotine. Imidacloprid works by disrupting inhibiting stimuli transmission within an insect’s nervous system. More specifically, imidacloprid blocks a certain type of neuronal pathways which are much more prevalent in insects than mammals.
Termites and ants do not detect Dominion 2L and pick up the active ingredient through contact and ingestion. Because the active ingredient works slowly, ants and termites continue their regular activity and pass the active ingredient throughout the colony through touching and food sharing, eventually eliminating the entire colony.
Dominion 2L also works as an insecticide for turf and ornamental pests. Dominion 2L works as a foliar spray, killing insects on contact, or as a systemic insecticide. As a drenching treatment, Dominion 2L works from the ground up, being absorbed through a plant’s root system and killing insects that feed on that plant, such as aphids and whiteflies, by ingestion.
Dominion 2L Termiticide Concentrate Target Pests
Subterranean termites, carpenter ants, aphids, adelgids, whiteflies, other turf and ornamental pests
PESTS CONTROLLED WITH DOMINION 2L: Subterranean Termites, Carpenter Ants; Northern & Southern masked chafers, Cyclocephala borealis, C. immaculafa, and/or C. lurida; Asiatic garden beetle, Maladera castanea; European chafer, Rhizofroqus majalls; Green June beetle, Cotinis nitida; May or June beetle, Phyllophaga spp.; Japanese beetle, Popillia japonica; Oriental beetle, Anomala orientalis; Billbugs. Spherophorus spp.; Annual bluegrass weevil, Hyperodes spp.; Black turfgrass ataenius, Ataenius spretulus and Aphodius spp. European Crane Fly Tipula paludosa, and mole crickets,. scapteriscus spp; suppression of cutworms and chinch bugs; Adelgids, Aphids, Japanese beetles, Lace bugs, Leaf beetles (including elm and viburnum leaf beetles), Leafhoppers (including glassy-winged sharpshooter), Mealybugs, Psyllids, Sawfly Larvae, Thrips (suppression), Whitefiles, White grub larvae (such as Japanese beetles larvae, Chafers, Phyllophaga spp. Asiatic garden beetles, Oriental beetle); Armored scales (suppression), Black vine weevil larvae, Emerald ash borer, Eucalyptus longhorned borer (including bronze birch and alder borer), Leafminers, Pine tip moth larvae, Royal palm bugs, Soft scales; San Jose scale, Yellow pecan aphid, Black margined aphid, Pecan leaf phylloxera, Pecan spittlebug, Pecan stem phylloxera
Target Uses of Dominion 2L Termiticide Concentrate
Dominion 2L is a liquid concentrate termiticide and insecticide for use outdoors around residential and commercial structures. As a termiticide, Dominion 2L is extremely popular as a ground treatment, either pre-construction or post-construction trenching for the prevention and treatment of subterranean termites. Dominion 2L has the same ingredient as Premise 2 Termiticide, but at a much lower cost. Indoor applications of Dominion 2L are limited to spot treatments for live termite infestations.
Dominion 2L is also an excellent systemic insecticide for a variety of turf an ornamental pests. Dominion 2L can be applied as a foliar spray on ornamentals and turf, or as a soil drench or injection around trees and shrubs. Dominion 2L can also be used as part of ant management programs to control aphids, scale insects, mealybugs, and other sucking pests on ornamentals to limit the honeydew available as a food source for ant populations.
ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Imidacloprid 21.4%
Dominion 2L Termiticide Concentrate Application Instructions
For subterranean termite control, the purpose of chemical soil treatment is to establish a continuous chemical treated zone (horizontal and/or vertical) between the wood and other cellulose material in the structure and the termite colonies in the soil. Structures containing wells or cisterns within the foundation of the structure can only be treated using the treated backfill method. Using a 0.1% solution (0.6 fl. oz. per gallon of water), use 4 gallons of finished solution per 10 lineal feet of 6 in. by 6 in. trench around the structure. For soil treatments to be covered by concrete slab such as under carports, porches, or basement floors, apply at a rate of 1 gallon or sufficient volume of solution to accurately and uniformly cover 10 square feet.
See our article How to Do a Subterranean Termite Treatment for further details of trenching treatment.
Dominion 2L can be converted to a foam to treat voids or hollow block to create a continuous treated zone or to treat active infestations of subterranean termites in structures at expansion rates of 5:1, 10:1, or 20:1.
- For carpenter ants, use 0.6 fl. oz. per gallon of water to treat around the perimeter of a structure, concentrating on areas where pests may enter the structure.
- For turfgrass, make applications preceding or during the egg laying period of the target pest. Most favorable applications will be achieved when applications are made prior to egg hatch of the target pests, followed by sufficient irrigation or rainfall to move the active ingredient through the thatch. Do not make applications when turfgrass areas are waterlogged or the soil is saturated with water. Applications cannot exceed a total of 1.6 pints per acre per year.
- For ornamental applications, the product must be placed where the growing portion of the target plant can absorb the active ingredient. The addition of a nitrogen containing fertilizer, where applicable, into the soil may enhance the uptake of Dominion 2L application can be made by foliar application or soil applications, including soil injection, drenches, and broadcast sprays.
* For soil drenching of trees and shrubs, use 0.1 to 0.2 fl. oz. per inch of trunk diameter or per foot of shrub height and apply through soil injection or soil drench.
* Always read the product label completely before use.
Standard Application Dilution rates / Mixing Ratios for Dominion 2L:
- 0.3 fl. oz. (9 mL)/gal. of water – 0.05% - some termite treatments
- 0.6 fl. oz. (17 mL)/gal. of water – 0.1% - most termite applications, perimeter treatment for carpenter ants
- 0.46 to 0.6 fl. oz. (14 to 17 mL) per 1,000 sq. ft. – 1.25 to 1.6 pt/Acre – Turf grass applications, ornamental broadcast applications, flowers and groundcovers – use highest rate for suppression of chinchbugs and mole crickets
- 1.5 fl. oz. (45 mL) per 100 gal. of water or 6.0 fl. oz. per Acre – foliar applications to trees, shrubs and ornamentals
- 0.1 to 0.2 fl. oz. (3 to 6 mL) per inch of trunk diameter or per foot of shrub height – soil injections/drench
Dominion 2L is for use in the following areas:
Termite treatments around structures and building construction; turfgrass (including sod farms), landscape ornamentals, fruit and nut trees (non-commercial), trees, shrubs, flowers and groundcovers, and interior plantscapes; turfgrass in home lawns, business and office complexes, shopping complexes, multi-family residential complexes, golf courses, airports, cemeteries, parks, playgrounds, athletic fields, and sod farms; in and around industrial and commercial buildings and residential areas: trees, shrubs, evergreens, flowers, foliage plants, groundcovers, interior plantscapes; state, national, and private wooded and forested areas (soil injection and soil drench applications); Pome Fruit trees: Apple, Crabapple, Loquat, Mayhaw, Pear, oriental Pear, Quince; Pecan trees; Grapes
Dominion 2L Termiticide Concentrate can only be used indoors for localized treatment of active termite infestations.
Perimeter Pest Control: Treat soil, turf, or ground cover adjacent to the structure where ants are trailing or may find food or harborage. Apply to flower, shrub or ornamental plant beds adjacent to the structure where ants may find food or storage. To control ants tunneling in soil apply a 0.05% to 0.1% solution as a drench or soil injection at intervals to establish a continuous treated zone. Treat along the edge of walls, driveways or other hard surfaces where ants are tunneling beneath the surface. Maximum application is once per month. Do not use against native or imported fire ants, pharaoh, or harvester ants.
Turfgrass: Apply Dominion 2L in sufficient water to provide adequate distribution in the treated area. Use equipment which will produce a uniform, coarse droplet spray, using a low pressure setting to eliminate off target drift. Do not apply through any irrigation equipment. Use 0.46 to 0.6 fl. oz. per 1,000 square feet. For chinch bug suppression, apply 0.6 fl. oz. (17 mL) before hatching of the first instar nymphs. For best control, irrigation or rainfall should occur within 24 hours after application to move the active ingredient through the thatch. Avoid mowing are until after irrigation or rainfall.
Foliar applications: Use 1.5 fl. oz. per 100 gal. of water for foliar pests on trees, shrubs, flowers, groundcovers, etc. Begin applications before the onset of high pest populations and reapply as needed. For broadcast applications, use 0.46 to 0.6 fl. oz. per 1,000 sq. ft. Use enough water to mix the product and thoroughly apply to the treatment area. Do not use less than 2 gallons of water per 1,000 sq. ft. For best results, irrigate after application to incorporate Dominion 2L into the upper soil level.
Soil drench: For trees, use 0.1 to 0.2 fl. oz. per inch of truck diameter (or per foot of shrub height for shrubs). Apply uniformly as a drench around the base of the tree in not less than 10 gallons of water per 1000 square feet. Direct application to the root area. Remove plastic or any other barrier that will stop solution from reaching the root zone. For soil injection, Use enough water to mix the product and inject an equal amount of solution in each hole. Use low pressure and sufficient solution for distribution of the liquid into the treatment area. For best control, keep the treated area moist for 7 to 10 days. Do not use less than 4 holes per tree or shrub.
Dominion 2L Termiticide Concentrate Features
- Excellent termite prevention and control
- Low dilution rate for high yields
- No phytotoxicity to landscape ornamentals
- Labeled for non-commercial fruit and nut trees (see label for specific approved plants)
- Highly versatile active ingredient and formulation: use for subterranean termites, carpenter ants, turfgrass pests, and ornamental pests
Extra Tips for Using Dominion 2L
- Do not treat soil that is water-saturated or frozen or in any conditions where run-off or movement from the treatment area is likely to occur.
- Keep people and pets out of treatment areas until product is dry.
- Do not apply more than once per month for perimeter pest control.
- Do not apply as a termite soil treatment annually unless there is clear evidence that reinfestation or treated zone disruption has occurred. Regular retreatment should not be needed for at least five years after initial treatment.
- Not for use in commercial greenhouses, nurseries, or on grass grown for seed, or on commercial fruit and nut trees.
- When using Dominion 2L as a foliar application on hard to wet foliage such as holly, pine, or ivy, the addition of a spreader/sticker is recommended.
- Do not graze treated areas or use clippings from treated areas for feed or forage.
- Do not apply more 1.6 pt (0.4 lb. of active ingredient) per acre per year.
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Dominion 2L Product Review
By Patrick in La Mesa, CA on 04/29/2010
I don't know why the wood adjacent to my bath tub wet-wall was moist? I found no leaks and the plumbing vent to the roof was well sealed. Condensation? The bath drainpipe and water inlets come up through a hole in the slab. The subterranean termite varmints tunneled 10' or 40' under the house slab and surfaced at this point of exposed earth attracted by the moist wood. They swarmed the first warm days in Spring. I treated the exposed earthen area with the Dominion 2L termiticide and then filled it in with sand which is known to obstruct termites. I treated the slab, wood framing, floor and molding with a 2:1 water to Bora-Care mixture. I sprayed Bora-Care down from the attic and drilled holes in the walls where there was no other access. I finished by treating the ground around the house with Dominion 2L. This is my first experience with a termite infestation and my problem appears to have been solved for under $170. I Thank DoMyOwnPestControl.com for providing professional products at fair prices.
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By Lawrence in Cartersville, GA on 06/08/2010
I used this material to treat a very large tree in my yard that was being attacked by termites and large black ants. I previously used products from Home Depot; a complete waste of money. Within one day, I could not find any activity.
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By Gary in New Jersey on 04/28/2011
I had a major infestation of flying drone termites in my house. I trenched around my entire house 6-8" down and 4-5" away from foundation where I could and drilled a 1/2" hole 18" deep at the stoop and driveway every 10" and applied Dominion 2L at the rate shown for heavy infestation. I still had them in my house 5 days later though not as bad. I then went to the basement and exposed the exterior framing at the foundation and proceed to spray the BoraCare. 1/2 way through this process I found huge piles of dirt and trails a plenty underneath my front door. At this time I saturated the wood using the Dominion 2L. It is now over a week since then (2 weeks since treating outside) and I am still finding one or two termite upstairs everyday.
Dominion 2L is a non-repellent termiticide, meaning it does not kill the termites right away. The product is a delayed kill so the termites above the ground have time to take the product back to the colony and the queen that is below ground. This ensures that the colony is completely eliminated. For this reason Dominion 2L and all other non-repellents including Termidor, take up to 90 days to kill a termite colony. So it is normal to see activity for up to 90 days after treating your home.
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By Robert in Bloomfield ,CT on 05/21/2010
I found the process not that difficult. I used a short pickax to dig the trench, and needed 2 containers of Dominion. I found the tech support from the website to be great, but still have to wait a while to see if all termite activity ceases. So far so good, no new mud tubes, and its been 3 weeks since the application.
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Dominion 2L works as advertised
By Robert in Bloomfield,CT on 06/12/2010
I trenched around my house (using a small pickax) and applied Dominion 2L as directed by the very helpful staff at DoMyOwnPestControl.com. It's a month and a half later, we replaced a threshold that was eaten up, and there doesn't appear to be any signs of termites. This wasn't easy, but it saved a bundle. Also the carpenter ant gel sold on this site is very effective. Thanks again!!
By Jim in Wichita, KS. on 05/23/2017
Kills termites and their colony along with any other insect that comes into contact with this product.
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By Jim in Port Clinton on 05/17/2017
I have used this for several years on my ash trees in northern Ohio. The untreated ash trees in the subdivision have all succumbed to the emerald ash borer. My trees continue to be healthy.
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Our favorite ash tree
By Tom in Mooreland, IN on 05/12/2017
I started treating our tree as soon as I heard about the emerald ash borer. We now have seven infected and dying ash trees on our property, but, the tree I've been treating with Dominion 2L is green, healthy and pretty.
So far so good
By Joanne in Okatie, SC on 05/02/2017
I have been using Dominion 2L for a couple of years. So far my house is still standing, no termites. It also kills numerous other small crawling creatures who are a real problem in the south. Since using Dominion 2L I don't even have bugs in the garage. Great Product.
Dominion 2L Termiticide
By L. in Buffalo Gap, TX on 04/26/2017
Arrived in a quick time frame, and packaged well. We used it easily and it worked as expected. Well pleased with the product and service.
I protect my home and my neighbors
By Mike in Goodyear, Arizona on 04/21/2017
We moved into our 2yr old home 8 years ago. I chose this product to apply. I applied it using the hose end sprayer method as prescribed in the instructions. The other homes in my cul-de-sac began to discover termites. I also applied it to one of my next door neighbors home. Our 2 homes are the only ones that are still termite free after being built 10 years ago. Good product good price great service from DoMyOwnPestControl
By Rf in Fl on 03/31/2017
I used it for the aphids infestation on my podocarpus hedges after I noticed the new leaves are looking like burned and not continuing to develop. I sprayed 2 times and noticed the new leaves started to open and develop fully. The mold started to disappear as well. This product really works and I highly recommend it.
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By Charles in Dothan, Al. on 02/12/2017
This exact product that I ordered from you for $19 is $79 in a local store. 5 stars to you
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Dominion 2L Termiticide Concentrate
By David in Sarasota on 02/06/2017
Excellent Product, delivered promptly.
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By Jms in Lubbock, TX on 01/06/2017
DMOPC has the best price with speedy delivery!
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QHow does Dominion 2L compare to Termidor?
A Dominion 2L and Termidor SC are both non-repellent termiticides. One of the features of a non-repellent is that the product is undetectable by pests--they walk over it and touch it without knowing it, and then they are able to transfer the product to each other eventually wiping out the entire colony of termites or ants. Termidor SC does have a slightly longer residual in the ground. Termidor lasts about 10 years in the ground, and Dominion 2L will last around 7 years. Dominion 2L is a much better deal money wise; you can make double the amount of solution for a little more than half of the price.
Dominion 2L and Termidor SC are both non-repellent termiticides. One of the features of a non-repellent is that the product is undetectable by pests--they walk over it and touch it without knowing it, and then they are able to transfer the product to each other eventually wiping out the entire colony of termites or ants. Termidor SC does have a slightly longer residual in the ground. Termidor lasts about 10 years in the ground, and Dominion 2L will last around 7 years. Dominion 2L is a much better deal money wise; you can make double the amount of solution for a little more than half of the price.
QWhat is the shelf life of Dominion 2L?
ADominion 2L will last for 3 or more years on the shelf as long as the top is securely fastened and the bottle is kept at room temperature.
QCan Dominion 2L be sprayed in attics?
QHow long does a Dominion 2L application last, and is it as good as Termidor SC?
A Dominion 2L is a non-repellent just like Termidor SC, but it has a different active ingredient. Dominion 2L will last about 7 years in the ground and Termidor SC will last for 10 years. Other then the length of time in the ground, they are both applied the same way. Dominion 2L is half the cost of Termidor SC and that is the main reason why it has been so popular. Dominion 2L is our best seller for termite control as of late and our customers have been very pleased with the results.
Dominion 2L is a non-repellent just like Termidor SC, but it has a different active ingredient. Dominion 2L will last about 7 years in the ground and Termidor SC will last for 10 years. Other then the length of time in the ground, they are both applied the same way. Dominion 2L is half the cost of Termidor SC and that is the main reason why it has been so popular. Dominion 2L is our best seller for termite control as of late and our customers have been very pleased with the results.
QHow far apart and deep should you drill in the cement slab for a termite treatment?
AThe answer to this question is also in our How To Do A Termite Treatment Article. For your garage, porch, patios, or other contiguous slabs against the home, you will need to get the termiticide underneath the concrete against the foundation. To do this you will need a hammer drill with a 1/2" x 18" drill bit. You drill holes throughout the concrete about 3-4 inches away from the wall or foundation, and about every 10"-12" apart. Once the holes are drilled, you fill at the same rate you did the trench, 4 gallons per 10 feet. To fill these I would recommend using the one gallon sprayer on a "pin stream" setting so you can force the liquid down the hole and not splash it everywhere. You can also use a funnel and pour the termiticide down the holes. It is difficult to get 4 gallons per 10 feet in the holes, so it is important that you use a long drill bit, at least 18" long so you can bore out enough dirt to hold the termiticide. Once the holes are filled all you need to do is patch them with a concrete patch filler you can buy at Home Depot or you can use our Trebor plugs that will close the hole with no concrete mess.
05/01/2017 Patrick from West Palm Beach, Fl
QI have a ficus shrub with thrips destroying the new leaves. What's the best way to handle it?
09/16/2016 Scott from San Diego, Ca
QHow well will a Soil Application of Dominion 2L Termiticide Concentrate next to new Wood Pony Wall work?
Am replacing an 18" retaining wood wall at base of hill. Old wall filled with termite damage. Would a trench application on the "hill side" of the new, pressured-treated pony wall control existing soil population? Thanks.
A We highly recommend to continue your trench of†Dominion 2L Termiticide Concentrate†next to your pony wall as well. This will give you a complete barrier for Termite Treatment and prevention.
We highly recommend to continue your trench of†Dominion 2L Termiticide Concentrate†next to your pony wall as well. This will give you a complete barrier for Termite Treatment and prevention.
09/04/2016 Paul from Malvern, Ar
QWill Dominion 2L eliminate white grubs in Bermuda lawns?
QDoes Dominion 2L contain some kind of adjuvant/spreader/sticker?
I'm using this for ornamentals
08/03/2016 Grant from Honolulu
QDoes Dominion 2L leave an odor?
A The Domionion 2L Termiticide Concentrate does not have a smell when it is used. Please let us know if you have any further questions or concerns.
The Domionion 2L Termiticide Concentrate does not have a smell when it is used. Please let us know if you have any further questions or concerns.
08/03/2016 Grant from Honolulu
QWill Dominion 2L work on crazy ants?
A Dominion 2L is not specifically labeled for crazy ants, however, it is labeled for ants and will kill and eliminate crazy ants if they come in contact with it. Be sure to spray around the perimeter of your home. We do have a Crazy Ant Kit that comes with everything you will need to do a complete treat for crazy ants.
Dominion 2L is not specifically labeled for crazy ants, however, it is labeled for ants and will kill and eliminate crazy ants if they come in contact with it. Be sure to spray around the perimeter of your home.
We do have a Crazy Ant Kit that comes with everything you will need to do a complete treat for crazy ants.
07/25/2016 David from Columbus, Oh
QWhat's the best product to treat an active termite infestation in old tree stumps 50 feet from my house?
I have an active termite infestation 50 feet from my house in old tree stumps. What's the best product to treat that? I also want to protect my house. I have had carpenter ant damage in my add on room. I had that professionally treated, but want to save money and do the rest myself if possible. I haven't found any evidence of termite damage in my house or porch so far. I was thinking of trenching and using Termidor around my house. Is that enough?
A You need to get the Dominion into the ground, so you would typically want to drill holes in the tree stump, and around the tree stump into the ground, and then inject the Dominion inside any holes.† It will touch the termites that are inside and underneath the stump and eliminate them completely. Dominion or Termidor could be used in the trench around the house and would be great to do so. †Termidor would last longer in the soil, 10 years or more whereas Dominion is about 5-7 years.
You need to get the Dominion into the ground, so you would typically want to drill holes in the tree stump, and around the tree stump into the ground, and then inject the Dominion inside any holes.† It will touch the termites that are inside and underneath the stump and eliminate them completely.
Dominion or Termidor could be used in the trench around the house and would be great to do so. †Termidor would last longer in the soil, 10 years or more whereas Dominion is about 5-7 years.
07/03/2016 Bryan from Indianapolis, In
QDoes Dominion 2L Termiticide kill ticks?
How much does one mix per gallon of water as a systemic tree treatment? How often should both questions potential problems be treated for?
A No, Dominion 2L is not labeled for ticks in your lawn. The mixing ratio for a systemic treatment on trees is 0.1 to 0.2 fl. oz. per inch of the trunk diameter. Be sure to use this in at least 5-10 gallons of water. The amount of product is what is important when treating with Dominion 2L.
No, Dominion 2L is not labeled for ticks in your lawn.
The mixing ratio for a systemic treatment on trees is 0.1 to 0.2 fl. oz. per inch of the trunk diameter. Be sure to use this in at least 5-10 gallons of water. The amount of product is what is important when treating with Dominion 2L.
06/28/2016 Kellie from Orange
QHow do I treat a house on blocks with Dominion 2L Termiticide?
A You would perform a termite treatment the same way as with other structures when using Dominion 2L Termiticide or other similar products. You would still trench around the foundation and apply 4 gallons of solution per 10 linear feet in a trench 6 in x 6 in. If you can access the crawl space, then you should also trench the interior at the same rate, and you would treat around any piers there. If you see evidence of live termite activity, then you can also drill into the hollow block to treat inside it. You could then seal the holes with Trebor plugs. You can view more information in our Termite Treatment Guide.
You would perform a termite treatment the same way as with other structures when using Dominion 2L Termiticide or other similar products. You would still trench around the foundation and apply 4 gallons of solution per 10 linear feet in a trench 6 in x 6 in. If you can access the crawl space, then you should also trench the interior at the same rate, and you would treat around any piers there. If you see evidence of live termite activity, then you can also drill into the hollow block to treat inside it. You could then seal the holes with Trebor plugs. You can view more information in our Termite Treatment Guide.
06/10/2016 John from Memphis, Tn
QHow often do I re-treat trees and shrubs with Dominion 2L?
I am using as a soil drench for trees and shrubs following the mix ratios for DBH and shrub height. Do I need to re-treat annually, semi annually, monthly or what?
A When using Dominion 2L as a soil drench to trees and shrubs it should last for a full 12 months, however if you have a heavy pest problem you can retreat the soil after 6 months.†
When using Dominion 2L as a soil drench to trees and shrubs it should last for a full 12 months, however if you have a heavy pest problem you can retreat the soil after 6 months.†