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Alpine Ant and Termite Foam

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Termites and ants, especially the carpenter species, pose a threat to buildings and other wooden structures. They damage the wood and cause billions of dollars in repair costs each year. Alpine ant and termite foam is a ready-to-use insecticide to treat these wood-damaging insects. It's part of the new line of reduce risk non-repellent product, so the pests won't detect it in the vicinity. Ingesting the active ingredient will start to kill the target pests in just a few hours.

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    NY, CT

    Active Ingredient(s)

    Dinotefuran - .025%

    Used For

    Ants (including Argentine, foraging Carpenter, Ghost, Pharaoh, White Footed; Excluding: Fire and Harvester), Termites (including Subterranean and Drywood), Wood Destroying Insects (Powder Post Beetles, Old House Borer, Wharf Borer), Asian Lady Bugs, Boxelder Bugs, Cluster Flies, Elm Leaf Beetle

    Manufacturer

    BASF

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    How Alpine Ant and Termite Foam Works

    Alpine ant and termite foam contains the active ingredient dinotefuran. It's used in many different pest control products for effectively killing pests such as ants. This ingredient slowly affects the central nervous system, giving the pest enough time to carry the toxin back to the colony where it will infect other members. The Environmental Protection Agency gives dinotefuran a reduced-risk status, so it's safer to use around people and pets.


    Where to Use Alpine Ant and Termite Foam

    Use Alpine ant and termite foam inside homes and other buildings to combat ants and other pest species. It can also be used outdoors as a crack-and-crevice treatment, including a void treatment to kill insects that have nested deep within structures. Although it has a reduced-risk status, it should never be sprayed in areas where food is handled or processed. Some common target areas include:

    • Apartment buildings
    • Hospitals
    • Restaurants
    • Schools
    • Warehouses

     

    Target Pests

    Alpine ready-to-use foam kills more than ants and termites; it also targets other common invasive pests:

    • Asian lady beetles
    • Boxelder bugs
    • Cluster flies
    • Elm leaf beetles
    • Termites (including Subterranean and Drywood)
    • Ants (including Argentine, foraging Carpenter, Ghost, Pharoah, and White foot) Excluding Fire and Harvester Ants

    It also kills wood-destroying insects such as powderpost beetles and old house borers. The foam is very effective at eliminating carpenter ant infestations as well as other ant species such as ghost, white-footed and Argentine ants.


    Reasons to Use Alpine Ant and Termite Foam

    • Treats termites, ants, beetles and other damaging insects
    • For use in residential and commercial areas, including exteriors
    • Contains a nonrepellent for effectively eliminating colonies
    • Comes in an easy-to-spray aerosol can

     

    Alpine Foam Targets Ants and Termites

    Control termite, ant, beetle and other pest infestations with Alpine ready-to-use foam insecticide. The foam penetrates cracks and voids and targets the insects where they nest. It's not only effective at killing the pests within hours but also continuing to provide preventative pest control after the application. Whether it's carpenter ants or subterranean and drywood termites, Alpine foam insecticide works quickly to eliminate the pests on residential and commercial properties.

    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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