Tag: pavement ants

PHOTO: JOHN OBERMEYER, PURDUE UNIVERSITY

Purdue study fine-tunes baiting for pavement ants

June 11, 2019 By and
Blanket baiting as an initial treatment for pavement ants may be followed by target baiting ... to provide favorable customer satisfaction. Read more»
PHOTO: DR. MICHAEL GREENE

Pavement ants: Always ready to rumble

July 21, 2017 By
Dr. Michael Greene, associate professor and graduate program director for the University of Colorado Denver Department of Integrative Biology, studies the brains and actions of pavement ants (Tetramorium caespitum) — and theorizes human behavioral tendencies from the findings. As a... Read more»
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Survey: Most-managed pests of 2016

November 28, 2016 By
Mosquitoes may have stolen all the headlines this year, thanks to non-stop worldwide coverage of the Zika virus. But in the U.S., pest management professionals (PMPs) are still cashing in the most on ants — specifically carpenter ants, which technically... Read more»

Trends and Stats: Ants

March 1, 2013 By
According to pest management professionals (PMPs) surveyed in a 2011 poll published last year by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), the breakdown of ant species most often treated is lead by carpenter ants, followed by odorous house ants and... Read more»

BASF Announces New Termidor SC & WG Termiticide/Insecticide Labels

March 19, 2008 By
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has approved a label amendment for Termidor SC termiticide/insecticide and Termidor WG termiticide/insecticide, a nonrepellent, undetectable product manufactured by BASF. The new Termidor labels allow for the usage of Termidor to treat additional perimeter pests;... Read more»