Re: Anyone seen this method of killing fire ants ?
Tom, The elevation in my small town ranges from 1,027 ft (313 m) to 1700 ft (518.16 m) and it doesnt get much too higher than that locally except in Kevins area. It has always kept the Fire Ants from reaching us but they are reporting now they can stay warm in their burrows during winter and although Ive never seen them here, you can buy the bait at places like Pamidas, Freds and Walmarts. I sure hope they arent here. There have been sporadic sightings of the dreaded water moccasin snake (cotton mouth) within 30-50 miles SW and NW of here and I dont like that either.
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