Termite bait stations use slow-acting toxins, whereas, liquid termite treatments will kill termites more quickly. Termite bait stations need to be monitored quarterly even after a colony has been eradicated since the baits used in the bait stations do not offer any residual effects in the soil preventing future infestations.
FAQ Category: Termite Bait Stations
Termite bait stations can be used without chemicals to test for the presence of termites, and if a presence is found it then can be replaced with baited cellulose. This allows an eco-friendly method in detecting and then controlling termites. Termite bait stations may be used in situations where liquid termite treatments are prohibited, such …
No, the termite bait stations have a low profile to not interfere with mowers, weed eaters and foot traffic.
Yes, termite bait stations have a lockable cap that is designed to minimize tampering by children and pets.