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Don't Bug Me: Fall - A Good Time to Control Fire Ants with Bait

This presentation addressed the importance of timing when applying fire ant baits. Applying fire ant baits in the fall is an effective way to minimize fire ant problems in home lawns and other landscapes. Research-based, cost effective products, and how to get the most out of the fire ant product were discussed. Community-wide fire ant management programs were also discussed. The recording for the webinar is linked on this page. You can also view a pdf of the slides at http://create.extension.org/sites/default/files/fire%20ant%20bait%20sept%204%20slides.pdf#overlay-context=node/97031

For more information see http://www.extension.org/pages/68848/dont-bug-me-webinar-series-resumes.

Presented by Molly Keck, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Specialist, IPM.

Moderated by Sallie Lee, Urban Regional Extension Agent with Alabama Cooperative Extension System.

This webinar is part of the 2013 Don't Bug Me Webinar Series, brought to you by eXtension and its participating Cooperative Extension Institutions. The series is coordinated by the Imported Fire Ant eXtension Community of Practice. See http://www.extension.org/pages/66408/dont-bug-me-webinar-series-2013

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