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Carpenter Ant Control Technology

Organic Ant Control or Chemical Ant Control?
Environmentalists have long raged about the excessive use of pesticides in both the agricultural market and the residential and commercial pest control industries. How dangerous is chemical control? If you don't understand what all the fuss is about, you'd do well to consider these facts

  • Chemical pesticides are not only toxic, but when used in excessive amounts can build up in fat cells of animals, transferring the poisons to humans when eating cows or chickens, and excessive use of chemical pesticides can also cause disease carrying insects to become immune to the pesticides, spreading more disease.
  • Some estimates have even claimed that for every gallon of pesticide added to the environment in tropical countries, several more cases of malaria develop because of the number of vector carriers increases so much.

For more information on these and other carpenter ant control technology issues, visit the articles in this section, and continue to check-up on the site as we update the sections.

Chemical pest control
Learn more about chemical pesticides and the use of such products on carpenter ants, rodents, and other pests frequenting American households across the country.

Organic pest control
Keep your home free of carpenter ants and pests without the dangers of chemical pesticides in your home. Learn techniques of keeping pests out without toxins, including landscaping techniques and construction concerns.

Ultrasonic pest control
Is ultrasonic pest control reliable? Or is it a hoax? Find out.

Professional pest control tools and techniques
Find out what the pros use to get rid of the carpenter ants in their homes. Learn about different tactics for pest control, from integrated pest management to chemical pest control application.