by Maui Invasive Species Committee Recognized as one of the 100 worst invasive species in the world, little fire ants (LFA) have an unsavory reputation in Hawaii, and for good reason. These undersized ants sting people in their homes, blind pets, and wreck agriculture. The success of one ... Read More about A 175-acre little fire ant infestation on Maui has reached a turning point; eradication is in sight
October is “Stop the Ant Month” in Hawaiʻi and a multi-agency effort throughout the month will encourage residents to collect and submit ants from their properties to help detect and control the spread of invasive little fire ants (LFA) and other harmful pest ants that may be new to the ... Read More about October is “Stop the Ant Month”
When it comes to applying HAL (Hawaii Ant Lab) gel bait, there are several spray equipment options available. Your choice of spray equipment will depend on how much gel bait you will be applying and your budget. If you are applying less than a gallon, a Zep 32oz. Bleach Resistant spray bottle is an ... Read More about How to Modify a Jacto Sprayer
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Have you ever wondered what the deal is with Little Fire Ants (LFA)? Where did they come from? Where are they going? What’s all the fuss (they’re just ants anyway, right)? Why are these Little F****g Ants EVERYWHERE and I didn’t even know?! WHY CAN’T THERE BE A SIMPLER WAY TO CONTROL THEM FOR ... Read More about Little Fire Ants: A Global Perspective