Hex-Pro Shatter Termite Baiting Poison-1 Station controls termites with an odorless, less invasive, targeted approach and provides an environmentally sensible solution with a minimal amount of termite bait.
Has low impact on human health, low toxicity to birds, fish and plants, and low potential for groundwater contamination when used according to label instructions. Requires no drilling in floors nor trenching around the home. Is a high-quality product from Dow AgroSciences, a recognized leader in termite solutions.
Hex-Pro Termite Baiting System is a designed to protect structures from termites through monitoring and baiting with when termites are found to be active.
After install Hex-Pro Termite Baiting System every 10 Ln.ft then follow three steps M.B.R Maintenance such as Monitor, Bait, Remonitor.
- Monitoring for termite activity at least every 3 months
- When termite activity is detected replacing the wood monitors with this Shatter Termite Bait.
- Resuming monitoring with wood monitors when termite activity has stopped.(Replaced wood monitor is sold separately.)
How does the Hex-Pro System work?
It starts with a professional inspection of the home for signs of termites.
Hex-Pro termite stations are placed in the soil in prime termite-foraging areas around the house. (In areas of known termite activity, auxiliary Hex-Pro termite stations may also be installed and baited immediately.)
Hex-Pro termite stations are checked regularly for signs of termite activity.
When termites are found in the Hex-Pro termite stations, they are transferred to a bait cartridge placed in the stations. The bait cartridge contains Shatter termite bait. In cases where baited auxiliary Hex-Pro termite stations are installed immediately, transferring termites is unnecessary.
Termites feed on Shatter termite bait, tunnel back to their colony, and send their nestmates back to feed on the bait. Generally, after several weeks, the termite colony declines and eventually is destroyed.
After the termites have been controlled, used bait cartridges are replaced with wood monitors. The pest management professional continues to check for signs of new termite activity as long as the service agreement continues.