What are Soil Nematodes?
Nematodes are tiny worms that are useful for killing termites and other pests. They can be bought online or at home improvement stores, but they must be kept refrigerated until you’re ready to apply them.
Nematodes need to be applied when the soil is moist but not wet, and they should not be exposed to direct sunlight where they are applied.
After applying nematodes, the soil will turn red in color where they have been applied.
Nematodes are tiny, microscopic worms that are useful for killing termites and other pests. They are one of the most common natural predators of termites, and have been used as a safe alternative to chemical pesticides.
Nematodes need moisture in order to survive, so if you live in an arid climate like Arizona or Nevada you will have difficulty using them on your property. They are also more effective when the ground temperature is above 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 degrees Celsius).
Nematodes can be bought online or at home improvement stores. There are different sizes, formulations, and delivery options available. You should buy the right amount for your needs.
Nematodes need to be kept refrigerated.
Nematodes should not be stored in temperatures above 38 degrees Fahrenheit (3 degrees Celsius).
Nematodes will die if they get too warm and cannot be used once this happens.
Nematodes must be applied when the soil is moist but not wet.
You must apply nematodes when the soil is moist but not wet. If you apply them when the soil is too wet, they may drown and die before they can feed on termites.
They will turn the soil red in color once applied.
Nematodes are microscopic worms that are useful for killing termites and other pests. When nematodes have been applied to the soil, they will turn the soil red in color where they have been applied. This is an indication of their presence in the ground where you have applied them and that you have successfully treated your property with these beneficial organisms.
Nematodes should not be exposed to direct sunlight.
It is important to note that nematodes should not be exposed to direct sunlight where they are applied.
Nematodes are sensitive to UV light, and will die if exposed to sunlight.
Nematodes offer a safe way to protect your home from termites.
Nematodes are safe for humans and pets. They are not toxic and do not require fumigation.
They also have a long track record of success against termites, which often survive chemical treatments.
Nematodes for termites offer the advantage of being safe for the environment as well: because they’re alive, they consume organic material rather than leaving behind harmful residues when they die off.
Nematodes are a safe way to protect your home from termites. They do not harm humans or animals, but they will kill the insects that infest your home. Nematodes are also effective at killing other pests such as fleas and ticks so they can be used in your yard and garden too!