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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.|
|Shipping Weight:||11.20 lbs|
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5 of 7 people found this review helpful:
By Mark in Las Vegas, Nevada on 07/06/2012
In quantity (a gallon) it is economical to use, although re-using the unit price containers can be troublesome. Either way, the formula works well on a wide variety of ants.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Kill ants at lower price
By Thom in San Diego, CA on 08/07/2013
This product is an economical way to kill ants. I use to pay $3-5 for the same product in prefilled bait stations. I mixed with water using the ratio on container. Ants dig it!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Great for Agentine Ants
By Steven in Coastal California on 05/13/2015
I use this to refill the Terro outdoor bait stations. I date each station when I refill. Occasionally I need to wash out the stations especially when the liquid has dried. You must be patient at first, and then consistent after that. I am now to the point where I refill about every 6-8 weeks and have no or very few invasions into my home
0 of 1 people found this review helpful:
A pleasure doing budiness
By R. in Ontario, Ca on 06/12/2014
Good prices, fast shipping. What else can I say? I'm a happy, repeat customer.
Terro PCO Liquid Ant Bait
By Deb in Malibu,California on 07/15/2016
This stuff really works. I've been fighting ants for 22 years and this is the first year I'm ant free...well my house is anyway. No ants in our bed, toilets, kitchen bathrooms.... Put on perimeter of your home and watch it work. I can even put food on my kitchen counter and still ant free. I feel liberated!
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07/07/2013 Doris from Millington, Tn
QSomeone spilled the Terro-PCO liquid ant bait on a tile floor. How could this be cleaned?.
Would there be any danger to them in cleaning this up?
AThe Terro PCO liquid can be cleaned by pouring kitty litter of the spill and sweeping it up. Soap and water can clean any sticky areas. Please refer to the Terro PCO MSDS for further information if needed: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/msds/label_msds_terropco.pdf
07/24/2012 Michael from Suwanee, Ga
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.
08/23/2012 George from Rosemead, Ca
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.
10/28/2014 Behl from Corona
QHow long is expiration date on 1 gal
If I buy 1 gal bait, does it has expiration date?
ATerro PCO Liquid Ant Bait does not have an expiration date because the effectiveness of the active ingredient does not diminish over time. However, like any food-based product, the bait may become less appetizing to foraging ants after an extended shelf life. We recommend using fresh bait if you've had the same liquid bait for more than two years.
06/04/2013 Steve from Marlton, Nj
QCan this solution be mixed as suggested in a pump sprayer for outdoor control?
QWhat are similarities and differences between Terro PCO Liquid Ant Bait and DominAnt Liquid Ant Bait?
A DominAnt Liquid Ant Bait is a newer formulation of sweet-based, liquid ant bait made by Nisus. The active ingredient is the same, 5.4% Boric Acid, and the uses are basically the same as well. DominAnt is replacing the Terro PCO Liquid Ant Bait, which will soon be unavailable. DominAnt concentrate is available in both a pint and a gallon size, and it may be used as is or diluted. Please see the product label for full instructions.
DominAnt Liquid Ant Bait is a newer formulation of sweet-based, liquid ant bait made by Nisus. The active ingredient is the same, 5.4% Boric Acid, and the uses are basically the same as well. DominAnt is replacing the Terro PCO Liquid Ant Bait, which will soon be unavailable. DominAnt concentrate is available in both a pint and a gallon size, and it may be used as is or diluted. Please see the product label for full instructions.
06/10/2013 Sal from Sarasota
Qwould Terro work Gel work for crazy carribean ants?
AAccording to the Terro Label this bait will work on crazy ants in general. Keep in mind that ants nutritional needs can change on a day to day, or week to week basis, and this is only a sugar bait. You may need a granular bait like Maxforce Complete to provide them with a protein based bait.
02/26/2014 Adam from Midland
QDoes Terro PCO Liquid Ant Bait have to be used right away once its mixed?
03/06/2014 Joann from Sussex, Wi
QWill the Terro PCO Liquid Ant Bait work on carpenter ants? How do I know if that is what I have in my home?
For several years I can hear activity in my bathroom wall. We had raspberry bushes up against the outside of our house. We have since torn them all down about four years ago. Do you believe that these are carpenter ants that I am hearing in my bathroom wall? And reading your reviews people seem to have seen trails or ants going to their destination. I have only seen approximately 8 to 10 in my bathroom all one at a time. So Am I to assume these are Carpenter ants that I hear in my wall? Where...outside... Do I look to see where they are coming from? I've checked other yrs. and never found evidence of where they enter. Please help. I'm afraid some day my whole wall will collapse if I can't solve this problem. I will be ordering your product I just need to know which is right for me.
AWe apologize but without being there we cannot tell you for sure what insect you are dealing with in your home. Our very best recommendation would be to contact a local pest control company in your area. Often times they will offer free or very low cost inspections to come out and identify what pest is invading your home and where the source of the problem is. If you truly feel you have carpenter ants, our best recommendation would be our Carpenter Ant Kit #1. This gives you 2 baits to place in the areas where you have witnessed some of the ant activity and they will take it back to the nest to eliminate it at its source. The baits are specifically geared towards attracting carpenter ants but will work on other species as well.
04/13/2014 Paul from North Port
QWhat is the best way to use Terro PCO Liquid Ant Bait?
What is the best way to use this product?
APlease take a moment to read over the product label instructions to see how the product will best be utilized: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/msds/label_msds_terropco.pdf
10/06/2013 Deb from Amarillo Tx
QWill Terro PCO Liquid Ant Bait work on ant mounds UNDER the house?
My stepdaughter's house has mounds under their house. They have had exterminators out repeatedly, with no success. Will this kill the ants and when should it be used? Now or when the ants start invading?
AThe Terro PCO Liquid Ant Bait will kill any ants that are actively taking the bait and can be applied anytime you are noticing ant activity. If the mounds are not active you would not want to apply the bait as it is meant to draw them to it so that they will come and pick it up, eat it, and carry it back to feed to the colony. Terro PCO Liquid is designed to be used in bait stations such as the Ant No More Liquid Ant Bait Stations.