Crazy Ant Pest Control
It took me 2 years to find a solution to the " Crazy Ants " but finally I found a way to get rid of these pests.
Be sure to read all about the pests here so you will know what you are dealing with the Crazy Ants will kill your trees !!
As you will see this is a no nonsense website. We will not try to sell you things you do not need we only sell one product that " WORKS "
That is all you will need you will also be treating :
Ants, aphids, Japanese beetles, bagworms, caterpillars, fleas, flies, mosquitoes, scorpions, wasps, ticks, ground beetles, termites and sod webworms.
Remember the Crazy Ants feed on aphids so we have to treat them also.
We called all the professionals we knew in town and no one knew a solution to the problem they could only promise a temporary fix. But we discovered the solution purely by accident.
You will be glad you found www.crazy-ants.com your no - nonsense solution to Crazy Ants .
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CRAZY ANTS WATCH THE VIDEO
State and Federal Agriculture Departments Assemble Task Force to Tackle Crazy Ants
AUSTIN - The Texas Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Agriculture have organized the Texas Paratrechina Best Management Practices Task Force in an effort to control the spread of the rasberry crazy ant (Paratrechina). The pest has infested homes and businesses in Houston and surrounding areas, causing significant damage.
"These crazy ants have attacked parts of Houston in droves, making it almost impossible for residents to enjoy their yards and even disturbing some business operations," Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples said. "No Texan should have to endure such a pest. The creation of this task force is a testament to our commitment to protect Texans from this unwanted insect."
The 10-member task force is responsible for raising awareness of the ant to homeowners; identifying best practices for controlling and reducing the number of crazy ants; and observing how the ant impacts the environment. The task force recently convened to discuss the development of such procedures and strategies to address infestations. Task force members include: Dr. Shashank Nilakhe - TDA; Tom Rasberry - Budget Pest Control; Charles Brown - USDA; Dr. Roger Gold - Texas A&M University; Michael Quinn - Texas Parks and Wildlife Department; Mickey Merritt - Texas Forest Service; Dennis Markwardt - Texas Department of Transportation; Stephen Chandler - NASA; Steve Parris - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; and Jim Reaves - Texas Nursery and Landscape Association.
One of the world’s most invasive and troublesome species of insect is marching across Texas, breeding by the billions as it overruns new parts of the state.
Crazy ants were first discovered in the Houston area in 2002, where they probably arrived in a cargo shipment.
They have now reached San Antonio and the Rio Grande Valley, and scientists don’t know exactly where they originally came from.
While they don’t bite like their nasty fire ant cousins, they multiply at alarming rates.
They also have the habit of swarming en masse and covering whatever they climb, like pets, people and wildlife.
They even overwhelm and destroy fire ant colonies as they conquer new territory, advancing in all directions rather than in a straight line.
The insects cause the most problems for humans due to their attraction to electronic devices. They can short out computers and household appliances, and have even knocked out control valves on pipelines, costing one company a million dollars for just once incident.
“From an ecological standpoint, when you go out into rural areas where there's an infestation, there's an eerie silence – there's a lack of insects and grasshoppers, a lack of songbirds,"
I live in East Texas on Lake Palestine about 23 miles south of Tyler , Texas. The "Crazy Ants" showed up one day in my yard at the beginning of the summer. They were on every tree and doing damage to the base of the trees bark was falling off. You will see straight lines about 3 abreast going up the trees.
I started looking around and found other large trails going up the side of my house in many different locations. After further inspection I noticed they were every where even under the grass. I traced them to be coming from a neighbors house that was up for sale (no one was living there.) When I went over to the house next door I spotted THOUSANDS of the crazy ants they were in five lines about 10 abreast crossing over their driveway.
After that I went to other neighbors to see if they had the ants. Yes the whole neighborhood was badly infested. One neighbor said they had already got inside one of his breaker boxes and shutdown his irrigation pump. Well I started spraying with every chemical I could find. The ants would only change their routes and be back the next day. For two months I experimented with every pest control chemical I could think of nothing worked to get rid of these ants.
After alot of reading up on the type of ant I was dealing with I knew I had to go after the queens and stop the colony all together. They travel long distances to the main nest. It was so bad now if you went in the yard your shoes and legs would be covered in the ants within seconds.
After alot of trial and error I found the right combination and I totally got rid of the crazy ants requiring just a little bimonthly preventive spraying to keep them away. That is what this website is for to help you rid your property of this huge nuisance and damaging ant population before you are out alot of money for extensive repairs done by these crazy ants. My intent is to share my discovery with you and protect your property.
Have a great "Crazy Ant" Free Day !
Take action today ! Protect your property before it is to late.
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