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Re: Awesome/Worrisome

In our winter condo, here in Florida, we've had a kitchen ant problem for 
several years, on and off. We
have used ant bait traps, but didn't like having toxic 
chemicals around. We got advice to use 20 Mule Team 
borax ( a powder), and haven't seen an ant since. I don't know if this non 
toxic bait/killer would work for you, but it might be worth a try. 
Have you thought about 'painting' your wood with tabasco sauce? That might 
deter the woodpeckers.
Good Luck, gail
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