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Barry writes,
06/25/2011:

I have pea gravel beds that come up to the foundation. How should they be treated?

Answer:

We assume you are asking about treating them for a termite treatment?  If so, you would have to remove at least 6 to 8 inches of pea gravel next to the foundation.  After pouring in 4 gallons per 10 feet as instructed in the How To Do A Termite Treatment Article, you would be advised to purchase some top soil and fill the trench back in at least a few inches before filling the rest up with pea gravel.  The top soil you place back in the trench should be treated as well.

Answer last updated on: 06/25/2011

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