Antixx Fire Ant Bait
Antixx Fire Ant Bait

Antixx Fire Ant Bait

Regular price $25.00 Sale price $30.00

Has the efficacy of synthetic products and the benefit of sustainable control! Has garden use on its label!

Labeled Pests: Attractive to deadly foraging red imported fire ants and harvester ants. 

Antixx Fire Ant Bait is readily taken back into the nest as food for the colony. The active ingredient in the bait is distributed throughout the colony, killing the ants, including the queen. Ants that consume the bait will appear sick and lethargic within 12 to 24 hours. Dead ants will be seen near treated mounds 24-26 hours after application. The entire colony, including the queen, will usually be controlled within 3 to 14 days after treatment. 

The active ingredient in this product is Spinosad. Spinosad is a natural substance made by soil bacterium, excites the insects nervous system causing involuntary muscle contractions and eventually death. Spinosad works by the insect ingesting the pellet as well as coming into contact the pellet.

You can use this product in home greenhouses and gardens, lawns, and other turfgrass areas, non-crop areas such as roadsides, industrial areas, parks, and farmsteads, recreation areas including golf courses, playgrounds, and playing fields. 

You may apply this as a broadcast or mound treatment when ants are active. 1 lb treats up to 17,000 square feet which is the equivalent of 2.5-5lbs per acre. This product works immediately and will control fire ants or harvester ants for up to 2 months. 

Antixx Fire Ant Bait is registered in Alabama, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Hawaii.


Manufacturer Neudorff
Active Ingredient Spinosad ( a mixture of spinosyn A and D)
Composition 0.015%
Container Size 2lb jug or 20lb bag
Weight of Container Size 2 lbs or 20 lbs
Application Amount See label for details.


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