Exterminex Termite Bait uses highly refined alpha cellulose that does not contain any chemical impurities that repel termites. Exterminex also contains specific amounts of alluring compounds and feeding stimulants (both patent pending) that will ensure aggressive feeding. Once Exterminex Termite Bait is intercepted, termites will not hesitate to consume all available Exterminex bait over other available food sources. This in turn helps to minimise the wooden structural damage to infested properties as well as delivery of sufficient active ingredient to eliminate the termite colony.
Exterminex utilises a slow acting insect growth regulator, chlorfluazuron as the toxicant. Chlorfluazuron has been proven in many types of scientific research. Chlorfluazuron at small percentages is nondetectable, thus, does not repel termites and is potent against a wide range of economically important termite species.
Pack size: 3Kg
The damage caused by termites can be difficult to detect, as they often feed on the wood from the inside out, leaving only a thin layer of wood on the surface. Signs of termite damage may include sagging floors, hollow-sounding wood, and visible tunnels or galleries in the wood.
If left untreated, termite damage can lead to serious structural problems, including collapse. In addition to wooden structures, termites can also cause damage to crops, such as sugarcane and cotton, as well as wooden furniture, books, and other household items.
Preventing termite damage requires regular inspection and maintenance of wooden structures, as well as the use of termite-resistant materials and treatments. If you suspect that your home or property may be infested with termites, it is important to seek professional help as soon as possible to minimize the damage and prevent further infestation.