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    Organic Ant Control For Fruit Trees

    Found this little secret at homedepot and works wonders on my fruit trees with my ant problem.



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    Mix boric acid or "borax" 50/50 with icing sugar, add water. place in containers and ants
    on trees or in house carry the stuff back to nests and kill entire colonies.
    Boric acid can be bought at any pharmacies, its used to flush contact lenses (must be pretty safe and 'organic' for the eyes?)
    One application will keep you ant free for 3-4 years as treats the nests or hills. Pet safe, not harmful to anything but insects. Be careful, affects honey bees.

    Great for indoor use, avoid bees outdoors.

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    I use the borax method it's great for sugar loving ants.
    I use syrup and borax.
    Here's something you forgot to mention.
    You have to do a little testing to make sure it's not too strong.
    If it's to strong you'll see dead ants.
    You want them to survive long enough to take it home.
    I put it on the ground where I see ants.
    You can put it in places bees can't get to easily.

    Work great
    Use the rest in your laundry
    I do not test
    I will not post sekret info.
    pay attention and all is yours.

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    You using 50-50 on the ice sugar and boric acid? Weaker solution works well on earwigs too.

    Betcha my shirts are whiter than yorn, lol.

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    You using 50-50 on the ice sugar and boric acid? Weaker solution works well on earwigs too.

    Betcha my shirts are whiter than yorn, lol.

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    Hello,

    I am new to this thread. I am looking for professional pest control in Sydney because there are so many insects are present in my home.

    So do you have any ideas of pest control services in Sydney?

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