Nemasys No Ants 12 Week Programme:
Our Nemasys No Ants programmes are designed to make your life easier as we automatically top you up with a fresh pack of Nemasys® No Ants every 4 weeks to keep your garden free of Ants for a total of 12 weeks.
Tip: If you are going on holiday during your programme period just let us know by adding the holiday dates to your order notes when placing your order or by emailing us after you place your order and we will make sure that your shipments don't get sent whilst you are away.
Use Nemasys No Ants to deal with an ant infestation, without any of the precautions associated with chemical use. Apply when ant activity is visible on top of the lawn, which is typically April through to September.
Apply to moist lawns when the soil temperature is above 10ºC (50ºF) and water them in well. Make sure the lawn does not dry out for at least two weeks after applying nematodes. The ants do not tolerate the nematodes (Steinernema feltiae) near their nests and move their nests away from these areas.
What is Nemasys No Ants?
Nemasys No Ants is a product containing microscopic worms (nematodes) which are natural predators of ants. The ants do not tolerate the nematodes near their nests and move their nests away from these areas. Ants are not killed by Nemasys No Ants, but leave the area that has been treated.
Why use Nemasys No Ants?
Nemasys No Ants is safe to use on turf or soil without any of the precautions associated with chemical use. Children and pets can be allowed on the area immediately after treatment.
How do I apply Nemasys No Ants?
When there are signs of ant activity, apply Nemasys No Ants directly on to the nests.
Are any special conditions required to use Nemasys No Ants?
Nemasys No Ants should be applied to moist turf or soil. If applying in hot weather it is better to wait till later in the day when the ground won’t dry out so quickly. Water well after application and keep well watered for at least two weeks.
How far away will ants move their nests?
This is very difficult to determine as it is dependent upon many factors such as soil structure, moisture content and weather conditions. However, it is usually far enough to solve the problem in the area targeted.