GRASS FORAGE (PASTURE AND RANGELAND) - BROADCAST TREATMENT - BIGHEADED ANTS

General Information

General Information

AMDRO PRO Fire Ant Bait is a bait which is highly attractive to imported and native fire ants and other ants. Worker ants carry it into the mound as food for the colony. They eat it and feed it to the queen. AMDRO PRO starts to kill ants immediately. In about a week the queen is dead, which destroys the mound.

Further information regarding ants may be obtained from your Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

Grass Forage (Pasture and Rangeland)

Applications of AMDRO PRO Fire Ant Bait to grass forage may not exceed a maximum rate of 8.0 pounds per acre per year, and AMDRO PRO may not be applied more than 4 times per year with minimum application intervals of 90 days. Do not cut and bale hay from pastures and rangeland treated with AMDRO PRO until 7 days after the bait application is made. The restrictions on the use of AMDRO PRO on cutting and baling hay do not apply when the treated pasture and rangeland is used solely to support companion animals (e.g., horses, llamas). These companion animals cannot be used for food or feed.

Broadcast bait uniformly with ground (granular spreaders) or aerial equipment.

Restricted Entry Interval

12 hours