Argentine ants have been said to be one of the most invasive ant species on the planet. In just one century, they invaded every continent, save Antarctica alone. They came to the United States in the 1890’s as stowaways on massive barges carrying sugar and coffee. These determined insects grow their nests faster than other species as the queen lays more ants in comparison at a rate of 60 or more per day. Argentine ants can live up to 7 years and have unlike other species, can have hundreds of queens in one colony so if you have many queen ant, each laying more than 180 eggs each month, imagine the exponential power of growth an Argentine ant nest in your house can have. The results would be nothing but years of aggravation and frustration until you call in your professional friends at Pointe Pest Control.
Is It Termite Season?
What time of year do termites generally appear? This is, perhaps, the wrong question to ask. While termites will only…