How should I use Dominion to treat infested tree stumps?
I've purchased a house, which has several old cedar stumps in the back yard. Three of the stumps are infested with termites. One has a large ant colony deep in the stump. They are not the black carpenter ant, but the smaller brownish ones (moisture ants?). I purchased Dominion 2L to apply around my house, but I would like to know how I can use it to treat the termites in tree stumps. Thanks for your help.
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 those holes. It will touch the ants and/or termites that are inside and underneath the stump and eliminate them completely.
Answer last updated on: 06/08/2011