How Do i Eradicate Termites On My Land For Snail Farming?

I wish to start snail farming on a piece of land but have lots of termites and ants on it, how they do i handle this situation. Intend kicking off by 2018 January. I need help please.

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      Termites can cause a lot of damage to a home if given just half a chance. This guide will help you be able to find affordable solutions that will help you get rid of this pest for good.

      Before killing termites, it is important to remove any easy food sources for them. Any wood, lumber, or even paper debris that is near a home’s foundation can become a home for a colony of termites to begin. Make sure to grind out or pull out any stumps that are near the home and any other plant-based debris that is present as well.

      There are three other common chemical solutions that are also approved for use.

      1. Liquid pesticides that are specifically formulated for termites and applied to the soil.
      2. Building materials that are already infused with a pesticide.
      3. Wood treatments that are applied as needed.

      It is important to apply any chemical solution to kill termites as instructed

      Here are few of the products that could do the magic

      * Spectracide Terminate Stakes

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      If you don’t like the idea of a chemical solution and you’ve already taken other preventative measures and still have termites, then here are some effective natural controls that can help you to eliminate colonies pretty easily.

      Use a wet cardboard trap. If you have some corrugated boxes in your garage or storage closet, then you’ve got the perfect termite trap. Wet that cardboard down and set it near where you suspect a termite colony. Once you see the pests feeding off of the cellulose in the box, you can remove it and burn it.

      Let the sun work its magic. Sunlight will typically kill termites. If you expose a colony to bright sunlight during the day, it will typically die. Place infested furniture in the sunlight outside to promote termite death. If the sunlight isn’t an option, UV lights that replicate sunlight may also work. You may need to clear away brush, roots, and landscaping items to expose the colony to light.

      Use nematodes. Parasitic nematodes are worms that find termites to be a very tasty dinner. These can be found in many stores, including online stores.
      Remove mulch from around the home. Mulch to a termite is like walking into an all-you-can-eat buffet. Not only is it made of cellulose, but when it gets wet, mulch retains the moisture very effectively. Sometimes just removing mulch from around a home can eliminate an entire termite threat.

      Please let me know if this helped

      Expert Consultant Answered on February 12, 2018.
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