Termite Bait Station

Termite Bait Stations provide good shelter for foraging termites and have a large cavity for a palatable food source and the application of Superway IGR Chlorfluazuron Termite Bait.

The termite bait stations have a screw off lid (no locking key required), are sturdy, and are large enough for various methods of termite bait station treatment

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Termite Bait Stations

Termite Bait Stations provide good shelter for foraging termites and have a large cavity for a palatable food source and the application of Superway IGR Chlorfluazuron Termite Bait.

The termite bait stations have a screw off lid (no locking key required)

Termite Bait Stations are sturdy and are large enough for various methods of termite bait station treatment

The cavity is large for successful bait application and feeding, they come with a screw on lid are available for use by the homeowners, DIY users and Pest Control Professionals. They have been designed for direct soil contact in order to provide the most aggregation of termites for eradication.

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Features & Benefits

  • Sturdy & durable design.
  • Large Cavity
  • Screw off Lid with no lock key
  • Direct Soil Contact
  • Minimal Inspection Disturbance
  • Durable
  • Used by Pest Control Industry Professionals

Directions Of Use

Directions of Use:

  • Termite Bait Stations are recommended for use with Superway White Ant Termite Bait* for in-ground and aboveground situations after Termites have been detected.
  • In-ground baiting stations are designed to intercept foraging termites with a food source attractive to Termites and to concentrate the Termites feeding in the stations. The Termite Bait* is only applied to the baiting stations after termites have been detected and to be effective are there in sufficient numbers (approx 1 cupful as a guide).  
  • A 500g container of Superway white ant Termite Bait* contains sufficient ingredients for up to 5 treatments of active Bait stations. Extreme care must be taken not to disturb the nest/feeding termites to ensure best possible outcome. If disrupted, the Termites will leave the relocate elsewhere. wear disposable latex gloves so that no odours or smells that may deter termite feeding are transferred to the bait matrix.

Mixing Directions:

  • Measure 100g of the bait powder* into a suitable container. (eg empty bucket/ice cream container)
  • Add 300-400 ml of clean water to the powder.
  • Mix the water and powder together to form paste.
  • Additional water can be used if conditions are hot and dry.
  • Pour the paste into the top of the bait station or directly into termite workings.

* Termite Bait not supplied with Bait Stations & must be purchased separately.

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Tips For Use

Protecting Your Home From Termite Attacks:
Termite Bait Stations should be placed around the entire perimeter of your home approximately every 3 metres to effectively reduce the risk of termite attack. Termite Bait Stations should be approx 60cm away from wall structures.

Termite Baits can also be placed in higher risk locations around your home such as:

  • Termite Traps
  • Air-Conditioning Unit
  • Hot Water System
  • Damp Areas
  • Leaking Taps
  • Garden Beds Against Your Home
  • Retaining Walls
  • Old Tree Stumps
  • Back Shed
  • Stored Timber
  • Fence Posts
  • Concrete Slabs

Termite Myths:

Termites are attracted to moisture: – True
Termites are attracted to moisture which creates a higher risk of termite infestation in damp areas.

Termites are unable to sustain exposure to sunlight: – True

This is true in most castes of termites. Termites will generally travel in ‘mud tubes’ to protect themselves from sunlight and predators. The term ‘White Ant’ has been used to describe termites as they lack the protective pigment which limits their ability to cope with exposure to sunlight.

My home insurance will cover termite damage: – False

Your home insurance will not cover you against termite damage-period. Australians spend billions of dollars on termite repairs every year, and none of it is covered by home insurance. Be aware! Termites are your responsibility. This is one of the termite myths which causes australian homeowners some of the most significant financial losses.

Termites don’t eat hardwood: – False

Many baiting systems use hardwood baits to lure in foraging termites.

Diesel or petrol will solve my termite problem: – False

Pouring diesel or petrol onto termites will only succeed in killing the contacted termites, whilst the remainder of the colony retreats from the area, making treatment almost impossible until the colony can be located in another location. Another one of those termite myths which has gained traction from many farmers on the land, however with the research the CSIRO has been able to do over a period of many years, we know that killing small amounts of termites with solvent or petroleum based products makes no impact on the health of an attacking termite colony.

Termites won’t eat treated timber: – False

Termites will consume treated timber under certain circumstances. Some timbers may not be fully treated right through its thickness, leaving the centre susceptible to termite infestation. Moisture is a significant problem in some treated timbers.

You don’t need termite inspections if you have a barrier: – False

Whether you live in a new house with a physical Barrier, or an existing house, or an existing house with a chemical Barrier, your quarterly, bi-annual or annual are a must to maintain any warranty. If you fail to have your recommended inspections, your warranty is likely to be invalid, and any termite damage will be your responsibility.

Termites won’t exist when black ants are around: – False

Some black ants will eat termites, however, termites build mud tubes to conceal their presence from predators and sunlight. Termites can co-exist without their presence being noticed by their enemies.

Termites only live in trees – False

Some species of termites live predominantly in trees, and are known as ‘arboreal’ termites. These nests are visible as a dark ‘lump’ or ‘growth’ on the branch of a tree, and can be found in parkland as well as suburbia. Many other species of termites build their nests in tree stumps or under patios, and can travel over a hundred metres in search of a suitable food source to feed the colony. These are known as ‘subterranean’ termites, and are generally the most harmful to man made structures. They are difficult to detect, and are not often located until extensive damage has been done.

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