An organic fire ant killer is a non-toxic substance or method utilized to eradicate fire ants. Organic pesticides include hot water and diatomaceous earth. Hot water poured onto the mounds helps to eliminate the ants and... More »

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There are a number of homemade methods for controlling fire ants, such as pouring boiling or soapy water on the mound, digging up the mound or using orange oil. However, none of these methods is entirely effective, as th... More »

To kill fire ants, use a combination of citrus extract, garlic and hot peppers mixed with water. The mixture should be applied directly to the ant mound and can be used as often as needed. Several treatments may be neces... More »

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There are a number of homemade methods for controlling fire ants, such as pouring boiling or soapy water on the mound, digging up the mound or using orange oil. However, none of these methods is entirely effective, as th... More »

Boric acid, mixed with an appropriate material to attract ants is a low toxicity ant killer. Mix the powder with jelly for sugar ants or peanut butter for grease ants. Even though it is pet friendly, place the bait in sm... More »

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A homemade borax ant killer is a safe and effective way to rid your home of pesky ants. You can feel good about knowing what is in the product, unlike when buying professional ant killers from the store. You need borax, ... More »

Killing fire ants can be accomplished by a two-step method. The first step involves applying a commercially available bait to the area once or twice a year, which kills 80 to 90 percent of the ants. The bait should conta... More »

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