Getting rid of ants in garden | Borax & Sugar Experiment 6 of 6
Borax & Sugar in container: Poke holes on the side of recycled container. Mix Borax, warm water & sugar in a recycled container. Put in shallow hole in the ground. The idea is that ants will be attracted to the sugar & the borax will destroy them. I use containers with a lid because I don’t want other animals to get into this. Be careful how you use Borax & this method. (Don’t get it near your eyes and read the warning on the Borax box.)
This is of course a temporary fix and it works best when we are consistent. I use this strategy in combination with my other experiments. See my other pins for all the different things I do to reduce my ant population. I will of course post updates in a few weeks. I have to give these experiments some time to fully work and stay consistent. If you have any other ideas please comment below so I can try it as well. Thank you.
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Disclaimer: I’m just a diy gardener not a professional, please do your own research before you follow anything you see on the internet. Yes, I have tried all of these but just because it works for me that doesn’t mean it will work for you. I am not giving advice, I am just sharing my own experience.
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