House hold use only.
King and Queen: At least one king and queen are at the center of every termite colony. The Queen’s sole purpose is to reproduce. Some live for as long as 30 years.
Eggs: Queens can lay thousands of eggs every year. Eggs hatch into nymphs.
Nymphs: While in the nymph state, termites diverge into different castes: workers, soldiers, reproduction, and supplementary reproductives.
Workers: Workers are blind, wingless termites that maintain the colony, forage for food, and care for other termites. They are the most numerous caste and the most likely to be found in infested wood
Soldiers: Soldiers are sterile, wingless, and blind. Their sole function is to defend the colony.
Winged Reproductives: These termites will eventually leave the colony as adult swarmers. After swarming, they shed their wings and pair up to start new colonies.
Supplementary Reproductives: These termites help increase the population of established colonies and can serve as replacements for the king or queen if they should die
DEFENCE PLUS is non-repellent to termite. This means that they cannot detect the product and will not avoid the
treated area. As a result, termites continue to randomly forage through the soil until they encounter
DEFENCE PLUS and pick up a lethal dose.
Termite first come into contact with DEFENCE PLUSN at the edge of the treated zone as they tunnel through soil
towards the home. At this point, the product is at its lowest concentration. those termites that do not
immediately continue tunneling into the DEFENCE PLUS treated zone will survive long enough to transfer
specifically measure how far the active ingredient of DEFENCE PLUS is transferred throughout s single colony.
Results demonstrated successfully eliminating all termite activity up to 150 meters from the original application