The Ants No More ant bait station is the homeowner’s choice of a bait station for outdoor ant control. The Ant No More Bait Station is made of rugged green polypropylene - so it blends with outdoor surroundings. The twin bait compartments allows use of two different baits simultaneously. It is highly tamperproof, waterproof, and due to it's innovative design, the bait will not spill out of the entry points. Read below for more information. These stations do not include bait. Ant bait must be purchased separately.
The Ant No More ant bait station is the homeowner’s choice of a bait station for outdoor control. With a twin bait compartment, Ant No More allows you to add two of your own favorite liquid, gel, or granular ant baits. The choice of two different baits ensures greater attraction for all kinds of ants. Place the Ant No More bait station outdoors using its built in stake near shrubs, trees, flower beds, or wherever foraging ants are a problem by simply sticking it in the ground. Ant No More bait stations may also be used indoors by inserting it into the soil of planters. Foraging ants will enter the bait station and take the bait from one of two compartments back to the nest and share it with other ants, so the problem is eliminated at its heart—the nest. Ant No More bait stations come in a durable green polypropylene station that readily blends in with their surroundings so you don’t sacrifice the appearance of your yard. These bait stations are also designed to be tamperproof, waterproof, and will not leak bait out of entry points. An interior sliding bait stop prevents spillage when the trap is inverted, provides greater safety, and reduces bait cost. DOES NOT INCLUDE BAIT.
To use your Ant No More Ant Bait Station:
Line up arrow on body with center mark on lift tab.
Push up on lid.
Push back across opening. Lid will easily pop up.
A different bait-granular, gel or liquid- can be placed in each of the two compartments
Lid snaps on at any position
Place in the ground up to the first entry and exit holes
FOR CARPENTERS ANTS: A better choice for these ants is the ANT CAFES-LARGE , however Carpenter Ants typically do not prefer to take bait out of bait stations.
Suggested Areas for Bait Station and/or Bait Placement
For use in and around homes, commercial, industrial, food and feed handling establishments
I would argue that, given the price, this product can't be beat.
I put some outside in locations around my home. About half attracted ants within an hour or so; the other half never did. They must be placed where you see ants traveling so they will get discovered.
Ther ants visited the stations for several days in high numbers. Then the numbers dwindled to almost nothing - and I wasn't seeing ants around at all anymore. I plan to move these around to other locations on my property and be agressive about getting rid of them all!
A rain came up and the splattering muc really tends to clog up the bait stations - on and in the up/down tupe that allows the ants access to the bait. I used a can of compressed air (as used for cameras and computers) to blow away the mud and that cleand them up almost instantly and restored functionality.
It doesn't take nearly as much ant bait as one initially thinks to use these. Filling them less than 1/4 full is more than adequate.
Used with Maxforce Granules and Gourmet Liquid Ant Bait.
Easy to use and install. Put 8 of these around the perimeter of my home and in a week noticed a massive drop in the ant population in my landscaping & around my home perimeter. Used Advance granular bait & Liquid bait in all stations to appeal to many species of ants & it worked. I'm a professional & would recommend this product for someone with a consistent or annual ant issue.
When you have a big ant problem this is the way to go. We started with the smaller kind and had to refill so many times. This holds a lot. Well made. Helpful to use something to attract the ants to the base of it to encourage the use of it.
We have had horrible carpenter and sugar ant infestations around our yard/gardens/house this year. Lots of late spring rains into early summer drove these buggers into new areas every 3-4 days. Spraying with excellent ant killer from DMOPC helped a lot, but it wasn't enough. So after 3 months of waging war with them on a weekly basis I decided to take the battle to their nests. I placed 3 of these in their foraging paths with a sprinkle of protein bait and sugar liquid bait outside to entice investigation and in 3-4 days I don't see any ants. They're easy to fill, easy to place in semi-moist soil, and easy to refill. The snap on cap is nice and snug so it cuts down on liquid evaporation and it keeps rain and yard watering out as well. Next year when we see the little critters these will go out first followed up by a spraying around the perimeter of the house and that's it for 'em! Sometimes even a slow witted human can outsmart a devious ant once he sets his mind to it!
With the dual chambers this station is a good idea. You can place gel in one chamber and pellets in the other. The problem is that when it rains water gets into the stations and runs the bait. I've had these for three years and every one of them mildews ruing the bait. Also, they stick up high and you have to place them where you can mow around them, which prevents them from being placed in the best locations. For what they are, they are much too expensive.
Are the enter/exit holes on the Ants No More Biat Stations large enough for honey bees to enter?
Also, does the spike get inserted all the way in the ground or just till the fist hole is at ground level?
The Ants No More Bait Stations are designed to prevent non target insects like honey bees from getting into the station. Ants enter the station through the small holes in the center stake and this hole is not much bigger than a large carpenter ant so small enough that a bee would not fit. You would push the station into the ground to the first hole, or you could go a little futher for less entry points.
How close to my home should I place the Ants No More Bait stations?
Should they be place against the edge of the house to attract the ants easier to the station or should they be placed a short distance away so you are not bringing ants close to your home. If the second is better then wouldn't the ants have a harder time finding the bait stations since the house is where they are trying to get to. Keep in mind I currently have ants, on a small scale, in my home.
If you already have ants coming into your home you will want to put some stations near the current activity for the ants to quickly find the bait. Putting stations near your home will not necessarily draw more ants to the house from the yard, but spacing the stations out across your property can be beneficial to get ant mounds in other areas of the yard you may not see. There is not a set placement you have to follow to get control over the ant populations in your yard with these stations.
I have black ants in plant beds around my house. Which ant bait traps work for those?
Many pets outside also.
The Ant No More Bait Stations would be a fantastic choice for outdoor use. You can use two different baits at the same time in this station which makes it very versatile. You can use the Gourmet Liquid Ant Bait along with the Advance 375A granules which would help increase bait acceptance which in turn would help you get rid of the ants in a timely manner.
How effective is the Ant No More Bait Station on fire ants?
we have recently had fireants coming up thjru sewers and in the pavement
The Ant No More Bait Station is a refillable bait station that does not come with bait. Fire ant baits work best as broadcast applications so the Ant No More Bait Station would not be the best choice to help eliminate fire ants. You can see our selection of fire ant products by clicking on this link: FIRE ANT CONTROL.