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Contains 24 stations that are placed 2-3 feet away from the house and every 10 feet. GT PLUS bait stations not included.
|Active Ingredient:||No active ingredient in the monitoring stations|
|Target pests:||Subterranean Termites|
|Pet safe:||No active ingredient in the monitoring stations|
|Shipping Weight:||15.30 lbs|
FirstLine Termite Monitoring System Kit contains all of the necessary components to plan, install, and monitor a home of up to 240 linear feet (24 stations spaced 10 ft. apart) for SubterraneanTermites. The box includes 24 stations, and wood detector stakes for each station. Firstline GT PLUS Toxicant baits are NOT inlcuded in this kit.
NOTE: Proper Installation, Monitoring and Baiting with the FMC FirstLine® Termite Defense System DOES NOT warrant that your home will not be attacked by termites. DoMyOwnPestControl.com does NOT warrant against termite infestation or termite damage with the use of Do-It-Yourself termite control products. If your are not willing to accept these risks, PLEASE contact a reputable Termite Control company for a professional termite treatment. 1 Kit.
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QCan the wood in the termite stations be rotted out if they are placed directly next to a sprinkler head?
Can the wood in these devices be rotted out if they are placed directly next to a sprinkler head where they will be soaked with water daily? How careful do you have to be in the placement of them, in order to avoid false alarms?
AYes, the wood in the bait stations will rot if they are exposed to too much water. The wood inside the stations is untreated, raw wood. The stations are meant to deal with normal weathering and rain. Termites are attracted to moisture and so a certain amount in the station and the wood is ok. Too much though, and the wood will become moldy and rotten, and termites do not like that kind of wood. For optimum performance from the stations, you should not place them in areas where excess moisture will be an issue, like from your sprinkler. You should try to place the station closer to your home or re-direct the sprinkler away from the station. Keep in mind you will need to check the wood closely a couple times of year and replace the wood at least once a year, maybe more if it stays too wet.