Nemesis is an integrated system consisting of inground and above ground baits stations, attractant timbers and a Termite bait matrix for the management of subterranean termite infestations (except Mastotermes darwiniensis)
Nemesis in-ground stations are designed to intercept foraging termites with timber interceptors and to concentrate their feeding in the stations. Inground stations containing timber interceptors are embedded in the soil around the perimeter of the building at intervals of 3-5 metres. Station placement is focused in areas where termites are most likely to be found foraging. These Stations are inspected on a regular basis at approximately 8 to 12 week intervals until termites are intercepted. (Inspections are more frequent during the warmer summer months and first inspection sooner if the building is under termite attack at the time of initial station installation.) At this point Nemesis Bait is added to the Station. Baited Stations should be inspected every 3 – 8 weeks with the more frequent inspections occurring during the initial stages of termite feeding.
When the colony has been eliminated, the Nemesis Bait is removed and fresh timber interceptors are placed in the stations. These stations should continue to be monitored on a regular basis.
Nemesis components all sold separately