How to Kill Harvester Ants.?


1. Mow and thatch (cover with straw or dead grass) the harvester ant's mound. Repeatedly mowing down or thatching the mound will encourage the ants to leave the area and take up residence somewhere else. 2. Sprinkle 2 to 5 tablespoons of a general
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Harvester ants are some of the most commonly found ants in the United States, especially in Texas. Of the 22 species, 10 are found in the Lone Star State. They're notable for their construction of seemingly civic facilities, such as massive ant highways... More »
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Harvester ants usually live 2 to 6 months. They are small insects and do not have a long life expectancy.
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Harvester ants eat mainly seeds. It is said that they will travel up to around 30 miles to hunt for their nest supply pile. They will eat dead insects and grass ...
Harvester ants are a group of ant species which cut little pieces of grass and use them to build big nest moulds. These ant species are the red harvester ant, ...
Red harvester ants are often mistaken for fire ants. The workers have long bodies and range in color from dark brown to red. They do not have spines on their bodies ...
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