Natural, Organic, and Alternative Methods for Imported Fire Ant Management

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
March 31, 2022
Price
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Overview

This 5-page publication discusses different controls, methods, home remedies, inorganic compounds, and a two-step method for fire ant control.

Many home remedies, products, and treatments could be considered 'organic.' However, several state and federal agencies and some organizations now offer 'organic' standards to certify products. This publication discusses different controls, methods, home remedies, inorganic compounds, and a two-step method for fire ant control. (5 pages).

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