pour 2 cups of CLUB SODA directly in the center of an ant mound. The carbon dioxide in the water is heavier than air and displaces oxygen which suffocates the queen and the other ants. The whole colony will be dead within about two days. Each mound must be treated individually and a one liter bottle of club soda will kill 2 to 3 mounds.../ # Pin++ for Pinterest #
How to get rid of Fire Ants: Generously sprinkle the mound with baking soda. If large, poke holes in the mound and fill em with baking soda. After the mound has been treated with sodium bicarbonate, youre ready to add vinegar. Pour a generous amount of vinegar on the mound, a small mound (like the one illustrated) takes about a quart, larger ones up to a half a gallon.
Natural Way To Kill Fire Ants The Ingredients: Orange Oil (6 ounces) Molasses (1Tablespoon) Dish washing Liquid (a squeeze) Water (to fill a gallon jug) Place the orange oil, molasses and dish washing liquid in a gallon jug. Fill the rest of the jug with water. Shake well and drench the ant bed!!!!
Mix 1 1⁄2 oz of orange essential oil, 3 oz of liquid dish soap and 1 gallon of water. This will kill all ants that come into contact with it, and will continue to work over several hours/days. To make more effective,add a few handfuls of molasses, as will entice any ants to the mix. (click & read how to make with orange peels)
Controlling Fire Ants Step 1: Once or twice a year, broadcast a fire ant bait product that contains spinosad. Foraging ants will carry the spinosad granules back to their nest, and the granules will kill the colony within a few days to a few weeks. Step 2: If you spot new fire ant activity in your garden treat individual mounds with either more of the spinosad granules, the Medina Orange Oil/soap solution, Orange Guard, or very hot water.
How To Get Rid Of Ants Everytime - Click The Photo for the secret ingredient you need to add to the jar to use on the Fire Ants. It will get rid of every fire ant in your yard. They will all be gone before you know it.