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From: Glenn Simmons  

B. Liddiard wrote:

 From:  Leslie Liddiard  <liddiard@esn.net> Hi All, I am suddenly having a terrible time with those tiny little red ants (no, not fire ants) in my beds, old and new alike.  Can't seem to get rid of them and diazanon has hardly phased them.  They stop where ever they are and just move a little farther away.    Any suggestions???  Thanks.  Leslie Liddiardliddiard@esn.netGoldsboro, NC 
I've tried all types of solutions Leslie but the only thing that really worked is some type of bait the ants will haul into their den.  You have to get rid of the queen.


Glenn & Linda Simmons
Springfield, Southwest Missouri, USDA Zone 6
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