Fact Sheets

ENTO-001 Texas Pest Ant Identification: An Illustrated Key to Common Pest Ants and Fire Ant Species
002 Welcome to Texas: Avoiding the Sting of Fire Ants
003 Living on the Edge: Managing Imported Fire Ants in West Texas
004 Diagnosing and Treating Animals for Red Imported Fire Ant Injury
005 Medical Problems and Treatment Considerations for the Red Imported Fire Ant
006 Flooding and Fire Ants: Protecting Yourself and Your Family
007 Survey-based Management of Red Imported Fire Ants
008 Potential Biological Control Agents for the Red Imported Fire Ant
009 Natural, Organic, and Alternative Methods for Imported Fire Ant Management
010 Red Imported Fire Ants May Find Some Landscape Design Elements Unattractive
011 How to Plan, Implement, and Evaluate a Spot-Eradication Program for Imported Fire Ants
012 Broadcasting Ant Bait Products in Rough Terrain or by People with Limited Mobility
013 Calculating Areas for Pesticide Treatment around the Home
014 Fire Ant Control Methods around Pets
015 Managing Fire Ants in Vegetable Gardens
016 Managing Fire Ants in Butterfly Gardens
017 Fire Ants and the Texas IPM in Schools Program
018 Fire Ant Management Options for Golf Courses
019 Managing Red Imported Fire Ants in Wildlife Areas
020 Managing Red Imported Fire Ants in Electrical Equipment and Utility Housings
021 Red Imported Fire Ant Management Considerations for Beekeepers
022 Red Imported Fire Ants: A Threat to Nursing Homes and Day Care Centers
023 Protecting Penned Animals from Fire Ants
024 Red Imported Fire Ant Control around Bodies of Water
025 Community-Wide Imported Fire Ant Management Kit
026 Considerations for the Development of Community-Wide Red Imported Fire Ant Management Programs
027 Texas Imported Fire Ant Research and Management Project Covenant Not To Sue and Agreement to Hold Harmless
028 Collecting and Maintaining Colonies of Red Imported Fire Ants for Study
029 Imported Fire Ant Model
030 How to Select, Apply, and Develop Insecticides for Imported Fire Ant Control
031 Estimated Amounts of Insecticide Ingredients Used for Imported Fire Ant Control Using Various Treatment Approaches
034 Know Your Fire Ant Baits from Contact Insecticides
035 Broadcasting Ant Bait Products for Individuals with Limited Mobility or in Rough Terrain
036 Considerations for Selecting Imported Fire Ant Control Insecticide Products
037 Considerations for Developing and Applying Individual Red Imported Fire Ant Mound Drenches
038 Flooding and Fire Ants: Protecting Yourself and Your Family
039 Organic Two-Step Method for Fire Ant Control
040 Living on the Edge: Management Considerations for Imported Fire Ants in Western Texas, Near or in Recently Infested Areas
041 Welcome to Texas! Avoiding the Sting of Fire Ants
042 Estimated Amounts of Insecticide Ingredients Used for Imported Fire Ant Control Using Various Treatment Approaches
043 Protecting Penned Animals from Fire Ants
B-6043 Managing Red Imported Fire Ants in Urban Areas
E-628 Broadcast Baits for Fire Ant Control
B-6140 KIDzANTS Fire Ant Curriculum for Youth: Curriculum Kit
B-6141 KIDzANTS Fire Ant Curriculum for Youth: Leader Guide
B-6142 KIDzANTS Fire Ant Curriculum for Youth: Student Fun Book
B-6183 Managing Household Ant Pests
E-27 Texas Poultry Pest Control Practices
L-5070 The Texas Two-Step Method: Do-It-Yourself Fire Ant Control for Homes and Neighborhoods
L-5496 Fire Ant Control: The Two-Step Method and Other Approaches
SP-196 Management of Imported Fire Ants in Cattle Production Systems

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