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ANTidote™ 3-N-1 Biological Pest Control


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ANTidote™ 3-N-1 Biological Pest Control

Gulf Coast Biotic Technology

A new method for getting rid of fire ants, fleas, flies, grub larvae and armadillos.

Nematodes are microscopic worms and the strain used in ANTidote™ is a natural enemy of fire ants. Nematodes attack the fire ants by releasing a toxin, which kills the fire ant queen and larvae to end the colony's life cycle.

Just mix the contents with water and pour solution in the fire ant mounds. Soil types and conditions affect the rate of kill.

Note: More detailed info about the proper use of ANTidote™ is available by calling 1-800-JEFFERS.

For expedited orders (Next Day or 2nd Day) please include a current phone number so that a customer service representative may call you with a shipping quote.

These items must stay refrigerated until use and should be treated as Bio's (like vaccines).

* Next day or second day air is strongly recommended for areas further than 2 days transit time.

ANTidote™ is non-returnable and non-refundable.

ANTidote™ should not be used while there is still a threat of freezing temperatures.

Larger sizes are available by special order.

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Item # Description Price Each Qty
GG-A1 ANTidote™ 3-N-1, (covers 1/8 - 1/4 acre) Each $25.95
 
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Note: Cannot be shipped to a P.O. Box!!!
GG-A2 ANTidote™ 3-N-1, (covers 1/4 - 1/2 acre) Each $41.79
 
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Note: Cannot be shipped to a P.O. Box!!!

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 - Monday, November 28, 2011
It works!!!
Reviewed By:  TB (Raleigh, NC) 
Some people don't believe that microscopic worms control fleas in our heavily wooded yard, but ANTidote sure works. Our two dogs have had two relatively flea-free years since we first applied ANTidote (once each spring). It's a great value, and it's good to know we're not poisoning our yard or area waterways with chemicals.

 - Sunday, August 14, 2011
No poison needed
Reviewed By:  Kat (Bainbridge, GA) 
I'm in the deep south. I first used this almost ten years ago. To this day when ants move into the yard all I have to do is make sure the ground isn't terribly dry and be patient. The nematodes multiply, the ants move two or three times trying to escape and then they are gone. Takes time but works. Don't have fleas in the yard either in spite of squirrels etc... Now giving as a gift.
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