Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer

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Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer

Surrender Fire Ant Killer is recommended for use on non-cropland areas such as lawns, turf, gardens, ornamental plants, and trees.The unique wettable powder formulation offers long lasting residual control. It begins killing ants within minutes of application, and ant colonies will start to die off in under 48 hours. One 1 pound can will treat up to 108 ant mounds. One application of 1-2 teaspoons per mound is all that's necessary for season-long protection from fire ants as well as harvester ants. For best results, Surrender Fire Ant Killer should be applied in the morning or late evening, when ants are most active.

This product is for dry mound treatment of Imported Fire Ants and Harvester Ants only.

Please note that this product has a strong odor.




  • Active Ingredient: 75% Acephate
  • For dry direct mound application for control of imported fire ants and harvester ants
  • Each one-pound container treats up to 108 fire ant mounds
  • Only one treatment necessary per season

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  • 192 of 195 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  fantastic multi-use product
    By Katherine in Aripeka, FL on 05/20/2016

    This product works wonders! It is actually for fire ants, but it is the best thing I have ever found to get rid of those pesky German cockroaches. I and several other households have had problems getting rid of cockroaches. Someone mentioned this to my daughter, who told me about it. My house, according to a pest control company, said that my home was helpless because the roaches were living in the walls of my mobile home. I put this down all around the inside of my home. Within two hours there were dead roaches everywhere. After 3 days, I saw no live roaches. For two weeks I was sweeping up dead roaches. It has now been almost a year since I first used this product and I have not seen any roaches. But be forewarned, this stuff stinks!!!! Use a mask, remove pets and all humans for 2-4 hours after using it. The smell does go away after a few hours.

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  • 73 of 75 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Amazing
    By Lora in Elko on 01/27/2016

    If you having problems with roaches,ants etc.this is what you need absolutely amazing.I guarantee you want have that problem anymore for about a year,it smells terrible but it worth the three days that you have to put up with the smell.I was so happy to have found this product saying my grandmother used to purchase it years ago and we had know way of contacts to found it just so happened we cam cross a old empty can.I google it :-)

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  • 68 of 70 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Killing Fire Ants
    By Michelle in Odessa TX on 08/01/2014

    Live in Odessa Tx and the ants were taking over out property we tried everything then a local gentleman told me about this. IT WORKS GREAT!!!! We had ants crawling up our horses legs it was terrible. Put the powder down on every ant mound in site and they are gone. Thank you Martins this stuff really works. We had tried everything but nothing worked they kept coming back the next day.

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  • 50 of 51 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Best ever ant killer!
    By Leonard in Pulaski, TN. on 06/08/2014
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    I was amazed, just do what directions say and wham they are gone.

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  • 46 of 49 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Fire Ant Fight
    By Bl in Southern USA on 11/01/2014
    Verified Purchase

    I have used several other products prior to the Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer and I was steadily wasting $$$$ and losing the fight. The situation has changed for the better now with the help of Surrender this stuff works and I will continue using it when a new mound pops up.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Works Great
    By Gary in Nolensville, TN on 11/10/2017

    This stuff works great and quick too (1 to 2 days and they're gone). A little goes a long way and gets the job done.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  It WORKS
    By Karen in Lenoir city on 11/10/2017

    I have been using this product about 3 years now and it works! I had the fire ants on our farm under control until I ran out of product. I just reorder a supply and my grandson and I rode over the fields and "doctored" 19 ant hills. (He said grandma this stuff smells terrible!) The next day we rode over and checked for activity in the hills. Only 2 had any movement, there were tons of dead ants . "Redoctored" those 2 and now no activity. It's amazing to watch the powder disappear when you spread it on the hills...the ants boil out and I guess they are carrying it into the hive because it disappears as you watch! Thanks for such a great product!

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 stars  This product stinks for months
    By Red in Frisco, tx on 10/11/2017

    I am in desperate need of help. I don't know how to get rid of the odor. Product works great but the smell outside lasts months (not days). It smells horrendous. Even after the mounds are gone, the powder doesn't fit away. After several weeks I tried watering it (drenching it) to get rid of the smell and nothing works. I can't bring anyone through the front door without thinking there's a dead rodent!! What is that smell and how the heck do I get rid of it? Maybe I used too much. I don't know. Any suggestions.

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  WOW!
    By Ray in Lakeland, FL on 10/08/2017

    I purchased two cans of Surrender and, aside from the rotten milk odor, find it a great product. I have used it on multiple ant types including Fire Ants and a small dose kills the mounds within a few hours. I noticed that it impacted grubs also so this is a great product.

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Works fast killing fire ants
    By Robert in Sherwood, Arkansas on 09/29/2017

    Great stuff. I had 90 mounds and used Martins on all the mounds early one morning. 20 percent of the mounds we're dead the next morning. 60 percent were dead by 2nd day 80 percent 3rd day and 100 percent by the 4th day. There were a few new mounds that popped up but I used Martins on on the mounds and they died out fast also. After 2 weeks and up to 2 months I haven't found any new mounds.

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  • 0 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  martin surrender ant killer
    By Marian in sanford on 09/05/2017

    This product is really great, once you pass the odor it kills those ants.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Fire Ants
    By Diane in Poteau, Oklahoma on 09/03/2017

    Our lawn was awful, fire ants everywhere, they were even getting into our home. I went to the local co-op, was told to use this....they are DEAD, EVEN THE MOUND! USER BEWARE: IT SMELLS LIKE DECOMP.!!!!

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Gets the job done...no lie
    By Keshia in Memphis on 07/22/2017

    I am so pleased with this product...I was skeptical at first but glad I ordered and will order again....oh the smell is mind blowing but hey! If you can get pass that you have a product that's 100% proof...

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer
    By Joseph in Grand Prairie, Texas on 07/17/2017

    This the best product that I have ever used. After a few days of applying it on the mounds I spotted in my lawn, I discovered some that I had missed. Every one that I newly discovered was killed as well.

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  • 4 of 4 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Wow!
    By Rdavid in Milton, FL on 07/10/2017

    Same as everyone else... this stuff really stinks. Don't even think about bringing the box into the house when it gets there. Killed every mound applied to overnight. Zero sign of activity the next morning. Highly recommend for mound treatment.

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08/26/2014 Kalisa from Virginia Beach Va

QIs Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer safe for dogs?

AYes, Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer is safe for pets when it is used as directed. For the best results, you will apply this product in the early morning or late afternoon when the ants are most active. In a non-crop area, such as field borders, fencerows, roadsides, ditchbanks, etc., you will use 2 teaspoons per mound. If you are using Surrender to treat in residential, recreational and/or commercial turf, you will use 1-2 teaspoons per mound. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.

13 of 17 people found this answer helpful.
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06/29/2014 Ann from Nc

QIt doesn't say to, but am I suppose to pour water on the mound after I apply Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer

AMartins Surrender Fire Ant Killer should not be watered in after application. Be sure to apply in early morning or late afternoon. 

9 of 9 people found this answer helpful.
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08/04/2016 Dtb from Jamaica

QSince Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer kills many bugs such as roaches, will it also kill bedbugs?

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Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer is only labeled for use outdoors for imported fire ants, harvester ants and other ant species. This product is not labeled for indoor residential use.

8 of 13 people found this answer helpful.
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04/16/2015 Dennis from Al. 35051

QWhy does it say wettable powder?

APer the Martins Surrender Product Label: The active ingredient in SURRENDER is acephate, a water soluble insecticide readily absorbed by plant roots and foliage to give systemic control of feeding insects. Insect pests are generally controlled more effectively by SURRENDER through ingestion than by contact.

7 of 11 people found this answer helpful.
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05/24/2014 Terry from Hartselle

QApplication of Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer
I bought my can a few months back and dont see mixing application instructions. How is it to be applied? Thanks

AWe do have the product label for the Martins Surrender Fire Ant Bait here.  Application is to

evenly distribute 1-2 teaspoons over each mound.

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Most Recent Customer Questions

05/10/2017 Ruth from Mount Pleasant

QIs it necessary to wear protective clothing when applying Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer?
Is it safe in pastures that are grazed?

A

We would recommend wearing gloves when applying Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer so that the product does not get on your hands. If you are treating in an area that is not ventilated, such as in a crawl space, it is recommended that you use a respirator mask. No, Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer† should not be used in pastures. We would recommend taking a look at Extinguish Fire Ant Bait if you are looking for a product that does not have any grazing restrictions.

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05/07/2017 David from Plano, Tx

QIs Surrender safe to be used around bee hives?

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No, Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer is highly toxic to bees if it is applied to areas that they will come in contact with, including blooming crops or weeds.

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04/17/2017 Elonda

QWhat is the best way to remove the odor of Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer?
We applied indoors for roaches and the smell is very bad.

A

Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer does have a very strong odor.† It is not labled to be used indoors nor to treat for roaches.† We would recommend that you contact the manufacturer directly for advice on how to safely remove the product and the odor.† You can reach Control Solutions by calling 281-892-2500. In the meantime, it would be a good idea to take a look at our Roach Control Guide to find some products that might be better suited for your needs.†

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04/14/2017 David from Moncks Corner, Sc

QCan Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer be used in vegetable garden?

A

Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer†is not labeled for use in vegetable gardens.†Instead you could use the†Monterey Vegetable Garden Soil Insecticide†which is labeled for use in vegetable gardens. You could also use†Ferti-Lome Come and Get It! Fire Ant Killer†around most edible plants. Just keep in mind that you may need a high volume of bait.

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04/14/2017 Malcolm from Celina, Texas

QIs Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer safe to use in cattle/horse pastures?

A

Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer is not labeled to be used around cattle, horses, or anywhere animals will be grazing.† We would recommend a product like Extinguish Plus Fire Ant Bait instead.†

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03/11/2017 Mary from Greenville, Sc

QI have a large fire ant mound at the edge of my vegetable garden. Can I use Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer on that mound?

A

No, Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer cannot be used around edibles at all.

We do have a product that can be used around your garden for fire ants.†Ferti-Lome Come and Get It! Fire Ant Killer is safe for use around edibles and on your lawn as well.† This can be used as a broadcast or a direct mound treatment.

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02/14/2017 Dan from Bay St. Louis, Ms

QWill grass contain enough poison after using Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer to harm him?
My dog eats grass when he is in the yard. I've seen that surrender is absorbed through roots of plants, (and I assume grass). Will the grass be a poison concern if my dog ingests after application

A

Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer is safe for pets when it is used as directed. It is recommended that you keep pets off of the area until the dust settles. Once the dust settles, they can go back into the area after that. This is generally between 1-2 hours.

2 of 2 people found this answer helpful.
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02/12/2017 Paul from Victoria, Tx

QWill Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer attract or kill my honey bees if used around flowering plants?
Wife was given this product by the nursery when she asked for Amdro toe the ant mounds in our yard. I'm worried about using it around my two hives.

A

No, the Martin's Surrender Fire Ant Killer will not attract or kill honey bees because of how it is applied. This product should only be used as a direct mound treatment. For the best results, you will apply this product in the early morning or late afternoon when the ants are most active. In a non-crop area, such as field borders, fencerows, roadsides, ditchbanks, etc., you will use 2 teaspoons per mound. If you are using Surrender to treat in residential, recreational and/or commercial turf, you will use 1-2 teaspoons per mound.

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12/11/2016 Jonathan from Bronx

QWill Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer hurt my food crops? Does this product has asbestos?

A

Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer is not labeled for use around any edibles or in crop areas. The product does not contain asbestos.

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09/19/2016 Cindy from Vanceboro, Nc

QWill rain make Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer ineffective?
After I put it on the mounds we had some pretty heavy thunderstorms pop up.

A

When using Martins Surrender Fire Ant Killer, it†is only labeled to be used on mounds once per season, and this is a water-soluble product. So you would not want to re-apply per the product label to the same mound more than once per season regardless of how much rain you get.

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