Termite Bait

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Termite Bait FAQs

Australian termites that are most commonly found in homes are a pale colour and approximately the size of an ant. A termite almost looks translucent and has a shiny wet-like gloss to it. Termites have been referred to in the past as “white ants” as they are found in large swarms. Reproductive Termites have wings and be confused for moths. These winged termites leave their colony in search of new locations to begin new colonies.

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Wood will break, become soft or holes may become evident. Termite droppings, commonly know as 'frass', which has a wood-like appearance may be discovered at the entrance of termite tunnels or along wooden structures. Termites themselves may still be present and seen by the naked eye. If this is the case it is important to consult a termite specialist and implement a strategy with termite bait to eradicate the termites as soon as possible.
Termite bait can last up to a year depending on its location, the product used and how complete the application is. Liquid barrier treatments on the soil around the home has been known to last up to 8 years.

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Termite baits consist of cellulose matrix, termites feed off cellulose often found in wood and plant matter. The termite bait is also laced with a slow-acting insecticide which disrupts the termites growth cycle. The termite bait must be tasty enough to compete with the presence of competing structural wood, tree roots and woodpiles.

The first step is to locate the termite colony and place termite bait in locations termites can reach and feast on the termite bait. The slow acting agent within the termite bait gives termites an opportunity to get back to the nest and trans-locate it throughout the colony. The fellow termites feast on the termite bait and the eradication of termite nest and colony begins.

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