Amdro Granular Ant Bait 454gm

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Amdro Granular Ant Bait by BASF is effective against specific destructive ant species like Singapore ant, Coastal Brown ant, Tropical Fire ant (Ginger ant), Red Imported Fire ant and Green Headed ant.
It is important to be able to recognise these ants because Amdro has been designed to be attractive to them. Other species have different food preferences and may not be attracted to the bait. For example, Amdro will not control black house ant.
Benefits
  • Highly palatable bait matrix attractive to target species Bait is brought back to the colony to ensure total control, including the queen.
  • Low toxicity to non-targets
  • Amdro Granular Ant Bait can be used in sensitive areas where traditional insecticide sprays are not suitable.
  • Powerful on target ants
  • Only a small amount of bait is required to effectively control ants, including the queen.

Need Help? Visit our Ant Treatment Guide.

Amdro Granular Ant Bait is your first defence against many destructive ant species like Singapore ant, Coastal Brown ant, Tropical Fire ant (Ginger ant), Red Imported Fire ant and Green Headed ant.
It is important to be able to recognise these ants because Amdro has been designed to be attractive to them. Other species have different food preferences and may not be attracted to the bait. For example, Amdro will not control black house ant.
Benefits
  • A highly palatable bait matrix attractive to target species Bait is brought back to the colony to ensure total control, including the queen.
  • Low toxicity to non-targets
  • Amdro Granular Ant Bait can be used in sensitive areas where traditional insecticide sprays are not suitable.
  • Powerful on target ants
  • Only a small amount of bait is required to effectively control ants, including the queen.

Need Help? Visit our Ant Treatment Guide.

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1 review for Amdro Granular Ant Bait 454gm

  1. Ronald OHalloran

    This ant bait works.

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