Drought Could Mean More Ants In Your Home
Jul 7, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WTVF Nashville
NASHVILLE, Tenn.- Storms in Middle Tennessee have done little to end the drought.
I definitely agree they need water just like any living organism, I own Reeves Pest Control and our calls are 50% over last year.
I've heard that ants won't cross a chalk line but I've never tried it. Does anybody know if that works?
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