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|Imidacloprid - 21.4% Fipronil - 6.6%
|Termites, Ants, Earwigs, Millipedes, Box Elder Bugs, Silverfish, Pillbugs and others
|CA, CT, NY, MN
Fuse Termiticide contains two ingredients imidacloprid 21.4% and fipronil 6.6% for targeting termites and other invasive pests. When combined together, these active ingredients target the insects' central nervous system. It's a contact termiticide, so any termite that touches the product will carry it back to the colony. Therefore, it will affect and wipe out other members. Because it's a nonrepellent, the termites won't detect Fuse in the target area.
Use Fuse termiticide outdoors to target termites and other nuisance pests. It works to kill termite colonies around both commercial and residential buildings. Though Fuse is specially made for outdoor use, it can be used indoors as a spot treatment for an existing termite infestation. It's useful for pre- and post-construction to prevent and to eliminate termites around the perimeter.
Fuse termiticide does more than target, kill and control termites. It also affects other pests around residences and businesses. The active ingredients in Fuse are also effective at killing and controlling box-elder bugs and silverfish. Other common pests include:
Take control of termite infestations while also killing other nuisance pests with Fuse termiticide and insecticide. Although it's primarily an outdoor product, it's effective as a spot treatment for killing termites indoors. It also controls other pests that may cause damage to structures, such as carpenter ants. Whether it's targeting a live termite infestation or preventing termites on new construction, Fuse is the ideal solution for both professional and do-it-yourself pest control.
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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