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Wendy writes,
09/09/2010:

Is Termidor SC harmful to landscaped plants when used as a perimeter treatment for ants?

Answer:

Termidor SC should have no effect on plants that are inadvertently sprayed with the product. It is important to read and follow the Termidor SC product label which states that you can only treat one foot up from and one foot out from where the ground meets the structure. The label also recommends that you remove or prune away plants, shrubs or tree branches that touch the structure. Vegetation that comes into contact with the structure may offer a route of entry for the ants allowing them to enter the structure without ever having come into contact with the treated area.

Answer last updated on: 09/09/2010

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