ANT STATION 12/CS

SKUKNE107-0-002

$24.86

The Ants-No-MoreĀ® Ant Bait Station is placed outdoors by simplysticking it in the ground, or indoors by inserting it into the soilof a planter. Place this ant trap wherever foraging ants arecausing problems - around homes, buildings, near shrubs, trees,flower beds or planter boxes. Foraging ants enter the Ant BaitStation, take the bait from one of two compartments and carry itback to the nest. The Ant Bait Station eliminates the heart of theproblem - the colony.

The Ants No More Bait Stations do NOT include any baitingproducts. Ant baits must be purchased separetely.

NOT FOR SALE IN: NON U S LOCATIONS

Size 12 / CASE
Manufacturer KNESS [view products, website]
Dimensions 3" wide x 9" high
Target Pests Ants
Size 3" wide x 9" high
Use Residential and commercial structures
Application Must add your own bait; A different bait-granular, gel or liquid- can be placed in each of the two compartments
Formulation Professional Product
Not For Sale To

NOT FOR SALE IN: AK, HI, PR, NON U S LOCATIONS

Yield Case of 12 stations
Color Green
Material/Construction Plastic
Special Features 4 ounce capacity

Ant No More allows you to add two of your own favorite liquid, gel, or granular ant baits. The choice of two different baits ensures greater attraction for all kinds of ants.

To use your Ant No More Ant Bait Station:

  1. Line up arrow on body with center mark on lift tab.
  2. Push up on lid.
  3. Push back across opening. Lid will easily pop up.
  • A different bait-granular, gel or liquid- can be placed in each of the two compartments
  • Lid snaps on at any position
  • Place in the ground up to the first entry and exit holes

For Carpenter Ants: A better choice for these ants is the ANT CAFES-LARGE , however Carpenter Ants typically do not prefer to take bait out of bait stations.

Suggested Areas for Bait Station and/or Bait Placement

  • For use in and around homes, commercial, industrial, food and feed handling establishments
  • Any area where foraging ants are active
  • Area below bath and kitchen windows
  • Wood piles
  • Air conditioning entry points
  • Cracks in foundation