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Premise Foam Termiticide - 18 oz can

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Termites have ravenous appetites and devour wood by the pound. They only stop once the wood has been completely eliminated from around them. Afterward, these insects move to the next structure and wreak havoc there. Premise Foam Termiticide is a potent termiticide and contains an active ingredient Imidacloprid that slowly kills the termites and puts an end to their aggressive colony.

Features and Specifications

Active Ingredient(s) Imidacloprid 0.05%
Pest Control Subterranean termites (including Coptotermes, Heterotermes, Reticulitermes, Zootermopsis); Drywood Termites, other wood-destroying insects
Sale Prohibited NY, SC, CT
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How Premise Foam Termiticide Works

Some insecticides contain ingredients that perform on contact but don't work effectively to eliminate an entire colony. Premise Foam Termiticide contains the active ingredient imidacloprid, a chemical insecticide that works slowly enough to kill the entire colony within a few days. This ingredient targets the central nervous system and is transferred to the colony by an infected termite; other members become infected through contact or bait sharing. The colony's activity will slow down after a day or two before finally dying off completely.


Where to Use Premise Termiticide

Premise Foam works best when it's sprayed into voids where termites have built their colony. Cracks and crevices in exposed wood provide entryways for termites to invade residential and commercial buildings. Use this termiticide to target termites in crawlspaces, attics and wood siding, including areas outdoors where wood may contact the soil. It should also be used in the cracks and crevices in wood decks and fence posts to stop further termite damage.


Target Pests

Use Premise Foam termiticide to kill subterranean and drywood termites, including other wood-damaging insects on residential and commercial property. It not only works as an effective termiticide but also an insecticide as it kills common wood destroyers such as:

  • Bark beetles
  • Carpenter ants
  • Carpenter bees
  • Deathwatch beetles
  • Old house borers
  • Powder post beetles
  • Wharf borers
  • Subterranean termites to include Coptotermes, Heterotermes, and Drywood Termites

 

Reasons to Use Premise Foam

  • Provides effective control of termite infestations
  • Applies easily as a foam in cracks, crevices and voids
  • Targets termites, carpenter ants and other wood-damaging insects
  • Protects wooden structures from cosmetic and serious damage
  • Has a slow-acting formula to eliminate entire colonies

 

Premise Foam Ends Termite Infestations

Premise Foam termiticide insecticide stops termites from causing further damage to buildings. It works slowly to kill the colony within days and stops visual and internal damage in structures. The foam also kills carpenter ant colonies, including various wood-boring insects like powder post beetles and carpenter bees. No matter if it's a home or a business, Premise Foam eliminates destructive insects from destroying wooden timbers and devaluing the property.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.

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