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Splenda as an Ant Killer
Splenda is an Ant Poison
Splenda is a molecule of carbon and hydrogen with attached chlorine atoms. Its molecular structure is similar to that of DDT. It was discovered accidentally while trying to create a new insecticide. It is no surprise, then, that Splenda kills ants.
Splenda for Fire Ants
Here is what one person reported as his experience using Splenda to get rid of fire ants.
"I did this back around 2007. Our campsite (private land) was overrun with fire ants. I was buying very expensive fire ant poison for over 5 years. All Amdro did was kill a few ants and then the whole colony would relocate somewhere else on the property.
"I had some left over Splenda I wanted to get rid of and I thought of using the Splenda as bait to lure the fire ants out of their den. I was going to poison the ants once there were enough on the ground to do some damage. Well, I only did this 1 time on 1 fire ant mound and there were at least 50 mounds on this 5 acres. It was late September when I did this. Come next spring, ALL of the fire ants were gone!”
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