TERRO-PCO Liquid Ant Bait can be diluted with water to obtain a 1% or 2% solution of Borax. Such a dilution is helpful when you plan on using a substantial volume of TERRO-PCO Liquid Ant Bait in a baiting program designed to control very large multiqueen and multi-colony ant infestations.
1% Dilution: 1 part TERRO-PCO Liquid Ant Bait to 5 parts water. Mix thoroughly. 2% Dilution: 1 part TERRO-PCO Liquid Ant Bait to 2 parts water. Mix thoroughly.
|Active Ingredient:||Sodium Tertaborate Decahydrate 5.40%|
|Target pests:||Argentine ants, Ghost ants, Cornfield ants, Pavement ants, Acrobat ants, White-footed ants, Little black ants, Odorous house ants, Crazy ants, Big-headed ants and other sweet-eating ants.|
|For use in:||Homes, Hospitals, Restaurants, Apartments, Grocery Stores, Institutional Buildings, Schools, Cafeterias, Warehouses, Storage Areas, Food Processing Plants, Mobile Homes, Boats, Military Bases, Theaters, Nursing Homes and on Military, Commercial and Cruise Ships.|
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July 24, 2012Michael from Suwanee, Ga asked:
QHow does terro-pco work? Is poison brought back to the queen/colony?
ATerro PCO works exactly like you described. The foraging ants will collect the bait and take it back to the colony to share with the other ants and the queen.
August 23, 2012George from Rosemead, Ca asked:
QWhat is the most effective dilution? 1% or 2% or as shipped?
ATERRO-PCO Liquid Ant Bait can be diluted with water to obtain a 1% or 2% solution of Borax. Such a dilution is helpful when you plan on using a substantial volume of TERRO-PCO Liquid Ant Bait in a baiting program designed to control very large multi-queen and multi-colony ant infestations. We recommend using the lower usage rate at first so more of the ants are able to get back and forth between the bait and the colony before they succumb to the bait.