Jk from New York, Ny writes
I got a mild infestation (2-4 roaches seen a day) that I treated with boric acid. After a week a stopped seeing roaches (german). I am thinking, as a preventive measure (to complement boric acid) to apply Advion on some strategic locations at my kitchen. Is that my assumption correct ? or the fact that I don't see any more of this animals means that they've gone for good ?
Yes, I would recommend using the Advion Gel Bait in areas where roaches tend to congregate or hide. Use Advion Roach Bait Gel indoors as a crack and crevice treatment to control even the toughest of infestations. Advion cockroach gel should be applied to areas frequented by cockroaches such as between different elements of construction, between equipment and floors, openings leading into voids and hollow spaces in floors, walls, ceilings, equipment legs and bases, around plumbing pipes, doors and windows, and behind and under appliances, cabinets, sinks, closets, and any other equipment that cockroaches are typically known to hide. Advion cockroach bait gel is excellent for German roaches as they are the most common indoor infesting roach. Advion roach bait gel should be used in conjunction with Insect Growth Regulators, such as Gentrol Point Source Stations, for even more complete control of all life stages of cockroaches. For light to moderate infestations of cockroaches, apply 1-3 spots of Advion cockroach gel bait per 10 linear feet. Each spot of Advion gel bait should equal about 0.5 grams (approx. 1/4” diameter)
Answer last updated on: 01/25/2014