Termites?

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Highbeam

Minister of Fire
Dec 28, 2006
19,679
Mt. Rainier Foothills, WA
I’ve got a big old jug of Termidor myself. Not for termites but for carpenter ants plus the other thousand things it kills. Every spring and fall.
 

Sodbuster

Minister of Fire
Sep 22, 2012
1,513
Michigan
I’ve got a big old jug of Termidor myself. Not for termites but for carpenter ants plus the other thousand things it kills. Every spring and fall.

Agreed, we do not have a termite promlem, but carpenter ants are a different story. Either Termidor of Bifen IT will work fine with long residuals.
 
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jeanw

Feeling the Heat
Sep 23, 2008
376
ky
Thanks for checking in. It will be in about a week form now.
Hubby told me years ago and maybe still being practiced that when a home is built or was built SOME , the bldg crews would bury wooden lumber scraps. Too lazy and cheap to have hauled away
thanks all
 

BigJ273

Minister of Fire
Feb 15, 2015
518
Maryland
Hubby told me years ago and maybe still being practiced that when a home is built or was built SOME , the bldg crews would bury wooden lumber scraps. Too lazy and cheap to have hauled away
thanks all
I wouldn’t doubt it one bit. If I had a nickel for every time I heard, “you can’t see it from my house”.