Although I love spring and summer, there's one thing I dislike about these seasons. Bugs, mainly ANTS!
The last 2 or was it 3-yrs, we've had ant problems. In and outdoors.
While walking the dog, I'd see hundreds if not thousands of ants on the walks. 'Different areas'
Now, they're saying, 'news' ants are going to be a real problem this year?
Has anyone heard/read the story, and if so, what area do you live? No need to be specific, a state will do, if not already posted.
I've already seen a few ants--the small, black types..Those small ants are getting larger.
Anywaym, I was wondering if people will bring house plants outside this summer..If so, will you spray? Chemicals or organic insecticide? If organic, what will you use?
Vinegar kills ants on contact. Spray an ant with vinegar and it's a goner.
I was wondering if a combo of water and vinegar added in soil would kill ants, 'if they're living in soil,' and/or eggs?
If someone has an answer, what ratio would be appropriate? I don't want to add too much, too little..just enough to do the job.
I don't like using chemicals, mainly because we have birds and a dog. Even spraying chemicals outside would be a problem since my little furry Coco (dog) roams the yard.