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Ants Still #1 Treated Pest By Exterminators:   FAIRFAX, Va., Apr 19, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE)  conducted by  NPMA and Dr. Laurel Hansen of Spokane Falls Community College and Washington State University, has found that ant infestations are on the rise across the country. The study, which surveyed U.S. pest professionals, found that 100 percent of respondents treated ant infestations in 2011, and that the most prevalent species found were carpenter ants, odorous house ants and pavement ants.

Ants Still #1 Treated Pest By Exterminators: FAIRFAX, Va., Apr 19, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) conducted by NPMA and Dr. Laurel Hansen of Spokane Falls Community College and Washington State University, has found that ant infestations are on the rise across the country. The study, which surveyed U.S. pest professionals, found that 100 percent of respondents treated ant infestations in 2011, and that the most prevalent species found were carpenter ants, odorous house ants and pavement ants.

Ants hate cinnamon. I tested this on carpenter ants, they freaked out and once they escaped the cinnamon circle, cleaned themselves thoroughly. We havent seen them in our house since I sprinkled it at the window sills and along the baseboards where they appeared.

Ants hate cinnamon. I tested this on carpenter ants, they freaked out and once they escaped the cinnamon circle, cleaned themselves thoroughly. We havent seen them in our house since I sprinkled it at the window sills and along the baseboards where they appeared.

Ants Still #1 Treated Pest By Exterminators:   FAIRFAX, Va., Apr 19, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE)  conducted by  NPMA and Dr. Laurel Hansen of Spokane Falls Community College and Washington State University, has found that ant infestations are on the rise across the country. The study, which surveyed U.S. pest professionals, found that 100 percent of respondents treated ant infestations in 2011, and that the most prevalent species found were carpenter ants, odorous house ants and pavement ants.

Ants Still #1 Treated Pest By Exterminators: FAIRFAX, Va., Apr 19, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) conducted by NPMA and Dr. Laurel Hansen of Spokane Falls Community College and Washington State University, has found that ant infestations are on the rise across the country. The study, which surveyed U.S. pest professionals, found that 100 percent of respondents treated ant infestations in 2011, and that the most prevalent species found were carpenter ants, odorous house ants and pavement ants.

Ants Still #1 Treated Pest By Exterminators:   FAIRFAX, Va., Apr 19, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE)  conducted by  NPMA and Dr. Laurel Hansen of Spokane Falls Community College and Washington State University, has found that ant infestations are on the rise across the country. The study, which surveyed U.S. pest professionals, found that 100 percent of respondents treated ant infestations in 2011, and that the most prevalent species found were carpenter ants, odorous house ants and pavement ants.

Ants Still #1 Treated Pest By Exterminators: FAIRFAX, Va., Apr 19, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) conducted by NPMA and Dr. Laurel Hansen of Spokane Falls Community College and Washington State University, has found that ant infestations are on the rise across the country. The study, which surveyed U.S. pest professionals, found that 100 percent of respondents treated ant infestations in 2011, and that the most prevalent species found were carpenter ants, odorous house ants and pavement ants.

Deal with carpenter ants in as natural way as possible. An invasion of carpenter ants is serious as they can damage your house structure. Be alert for their invasion  piles of broken wings can be one sign and it is longer than most ants. You may also see their fecal pellets (these appear like sawdust) and they can sometimes be heard rustling in the walls. Some ways to deal with them include:  Bait them. They like sugar, so you can turn this against them; use the boric acid method... cont

Deal with carpenter ants in as natural way as possible. An invasion of carpenter ants is serious as they can damage your house structure. Be alert for their invasion piles of broken wings can be one sign and it is longer than most ants. You may also see their fecal pellets (these appear like sawdust) and they can sometimes be heard rustling in the walls. Some ways to deal with them include: Bait them. They like sugar, so you can turn this against them; use the boric acid method... cont

Ants Still #1 Treated Pest By Exterminators:   FAIRFAX, Va., Apr 19, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE)  conducted by  NPMA and Dr. Laurel Hansen of Spokane Falls Community College and Washington State University, has found that ant infestations are on the rise across the country. The study, which surveyed U.S. pest professionals, found that 100 percent of respondents treated ant infestations in 2011, and that the most prevalent species found were carpenter ants, odorous house ants and pavement ants.

Ants Still #1 Treated Pest By Exterminators: FAIRFAX, Va., Apr 19, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) conducted by NPMA and Dr. Laurel Hansen of Spokane Falls Community College and Washington State University, has found that ant infestations are on the rise across the country. The study, which surveyed U.S. pest professionals, found that 100 percent of respondents treated ant infestations in 2011, and that the most prevalent species found were carpenter ants, odorous house ants and pavement ants.

Deal with carpenter ants in as natural way as possible. An invasion of carpenter ants is serious as they can damage your house structure. Be alert for their invasion  piles of broken wings can be one sign and it is longer than most ants. You may also see their fecal pellets (these appear like sawdust) and they can sometimes be heard rustling in the walls. Some ways to deal with them include:  Bait them. They like sugar, so you can turn this against them; use the boric acid method... cont

Deal with carpenter ants in as natural way as possible. An invasion of carpenter ants is serious as they can damage your house structure. Be alert for their invasion piles of broken wings can be one sign and it is longer than most ants. You may also see their fecal pellets (these appear like sawdust) and they can sometimes be heard rustling in the walls. Some ways to deal with them include: Bait them. They like sugar, so you can turn this against them; use the boric acid method... cont

Ants Still #1 Treated Pest By Exterminators:   FAIRFAX, Va., Apr 19, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE)  conducted by  NPMA and Dr. Laurel Hansen of Spokane Falls Community College and Washington State University, has found that ant infestations are on the rise across the country. The study, which surveyed U.S. pest professionals, found that 100 percent of respondents treated ant infestations in 2011, and that the most prevalent species found were carpenter ants, odorous house ants and pavement ants.

Ants Still #1 Treated Pest By Exterminators: FAIRFAX, Va., Apr 19, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) conducted by NPMA and Dr. Laurel Hansen of Spokane Falls Community College and Washington State University, has found that ant infestations are on the rise across the country. The study, which surveyed U.S. pest professionals, found that 100 percent of respondents treated ant infestations in 2011, and that the most prevalent species found were carpenter ants, odorous house ants and pavement ants.

Ants Still #1 Treated Pest By Exterminators:   FAIRFAX, Va., Apr 19, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE)  conducted by  NPMA and Dr. Laurel Hansen of Spokane Falls Community College and Washington State University, has found that ant infestations are on the rise across the country. The study, which surveyed U.S. pest professionals, found that 100 percent of respondents treated ant infestations in 2011, and that the most prevalent species found were carpenter ants, odorous house ants and pavement ants.

Ants Still #1 Treated Pest By Exterminators: FAIRFAX, Va., Apr 19, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) conducted by NPMA and Dr. Laurel Hansen of Spokane Falls Community College and Washington State University, has found that ant infestations are on the rise across the country. The study, which surveyed U.S. pest professionals, found that 100 percent of respondents treated ant infestations in 2011, and that the most prevalent species found were carpenter ants, odorous house ants and pavement ants.

These fungi infect carpenter ants and turn them into zombies, directing them to leave their colonies and die in places where the fungi can grow and spread. The zombifying fungus can be seen growing from the top of this dead ant's head.

These fungi infect carpenter ants and turn them into zombies, directing them to leave their colonies and die in places where the fungi can grow and spread. The zombifying fungus can be seen growing from the top of this dead ant's head.