Premise 2 Termiticide - 240 ml. (AK, CT, NE, NY, SC, VT, MA, MI)

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Premise 2 Termiticide - 240 ml. (AK, CT, NE, NY, SC, VT, MA, MI)
Premise 2 Termiticide - 240 ml. (AK, CT, NE, NY, SC, VT, MA, MI)
Premise 2 Termiticide - 240 ml. (AK, CT, NE, NY, SC, VT, MA, MI)
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Premise 2 Termiticide - 240 ml. (AK, CT, NE, NY, SC, VT, MA, MI)
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Premise 2 features Imidacloprid in a non-repellent formulation designed to eliminate termites in soil or in damaged wooden structures. A great alternative to repellent termiticides, Premise totally removes termite presence by killing them with its powerful active ingredient.

As a low cost alternative we recommend Dominion 2L which is also a non-repellent termiticide. 

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Premise 2 Termiticide - 240 ml.

Premise is a non-repellent termiticide from Bayer. Unlike repellent barriers, Premise leaves treatment zones that are undetectable to termites. What makes Premise better than repellent termiticides is that it kills termites instead of driving them away. As termites burrow or forage for cellulose, they are exposed to the active ingredient. Social insects such as termites exhibit trophallaxis or shared feeding which makes them vulnerable to Premise. The active ingredient is spread throughout the colony as workers contact other termites. In addition, the contaminated food source is consumed by the colony members and the poison spreads like wildfire.

Why Should You Use?

Premise prevents infestations by killing the Wood Destroying Organism. Premise 2 Termiticide, a product manufactured by bayer, is long lasting and works great when treating localized areas of known subterranean activity, it can be used to treat drywood and dampwood termites as well.

Target Pest(s): Subterranean Termites, Drywood Termites, Dampwood Termites, Carpenter Ants, and other wood-infesting insects. (See product label)
Manufactured By: Bayer
Active Ingredient: Imidacloprid - 21.4%
Size: 8.12 oz. (240 ml)
Yield/Application: 0.05% to 0.10% A.I.
Not For Sale To: AK, CT, NE, NY, SC, VT, MA, MI

Directions for Use

Prepare a diluted spray solution by mixing Premise with water. Follow the mixing table found in the product label. Fill applicator tanks 1/4 or ⅓ full of water and place the end of the treating tool inside the tank and begin bypass agitation. Add the appropriate amount of Premise followed by the remaining volume of water. Allow recirculation for 2 to 3 minutes. Always follow the application rates and methods in the product label. Apply using proper application equipment. Use this product for pre-construction treatments, post-construction treatments or for general pest control. Technicians should be familiar with termite control practices and regulations in order to maximize the product's efficiency.

The recommended application volume for is 4 gallons per 10 linear feet. If the soil cannot accept the recommended application volume, use 2 gallons of solution per 10 linear feet. Active ingredient concentration must be raised from 0.05% to 0.10% to deliver an equivalent amount of Premise to soil.

For foam applications, mix appropriate amount of Premise in water and add the recommended amount of foaming agent. See the product label for the mixing table. For effective use of this product, carefully read the product label for detailed instructions in mixing and application.

Where to Apply

Premise is for use in pre- and post-construction stages of residential, commercial and industrial buildings and structures.

Please refer to and follow the instructions on the Product label.

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5 of 5 Stars! (5/5)    Review by   Harry M.  (Posted on )

Drywood termites
I had an exterminator come by last year in May to eradicate a rather large swarm of drywood termites in the house. All was well until this February when I noticed a couple of drywood termites on one of my window sills. The exterminator had used both Premise 2 foam and liquid when he was here so I thought I would try it myself and bought both. It is now June and I haven't seen anymore signs of the termites. This stuff works great and I recommend it's use to anyone wanting to tackle the job themselves and save a ton of money.

5 of 5 Stars! (5/5)    Rated by   Max Schultz  (Posted on )

5 of 5 Stars! (5/5)    Review by   Lois Pratt  (Posted on )

I can confidently suggest Premise 2 to everyone.

5 of 5 Stars! (5/5)    Review by   Dorothy Small  (Posted on )

Since then I have not dared to use any other pesticide than Premise 2 Termiticide. I would definitely recommend this to others.

5 of 5 Stars! (5/5)    Review by   Patrick Faulkner  (Posted on )

My friend had a termite infestation so he had to pay a heavy damage fee. I became alert and immediately looked for termiticide online and bought Premise 2 which appeared to be cheap compared to the others. I know that I am not going to have to pay any stupid damage fee for termite infestation at least as long as I am using Premise 2 Termiticide.

5 of 5 Stars! (5/5)    Review by   Tabitha G.  (Posted on )

I’ll admit that I’m no pest control expert. I didn’t even know that there were so many varieties of termites. I found out about the subterranean variety when my shed began to crumble. It was absolutely infested with these beasts. I purchased the Premise 2 Termiticide and applied it all over my backyard and tool shed. The creatures were gone quick enough but I still had to build a new shed. It was a small price to pay to save my house.

5 of 5 Stars! (5/5)    Rated by   Gloria Chapman  (Posted on )

5 of 5 Stars! (5/5)    Review by   John D.  (Posted on )

One day, while inspecting my property, I noticed what appeared to be rot on my wooden deck. Upon closer inspection I realized that termites had begun attacking the wood. I was worried for the rest of my house but luckily they hadn’t come inside yet. I already had a sprayer for other uses so I bought the Premise 2 Termiticide because it was non-repellent. I applied it all over my deck and the surrounding grounds and haven’t seen any sign of their return since using it. Just to be safe I also bought a few monitoring stations. This was truly an epic disaster that was averted.

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Q. san diego dry wood termite problem
had wood shake roof replaced about 10 years ago. bought house 2 years ago. saw old termite damage before but now see active signs in some attic beams and siding. looking for a "transfer" type termiticide. which one is better - premise2 or termidor or something else? havent seen much in the way of subteraneans or tubes but I can get to the entire underside of the home as it is built on block foundation with crawl space. thoughts? Thank you.
A.   Dry wood termites and subterranean termites require different types of treatment. It is important that you are able to identify what type of termite is infesting your home. If you have subterranean termites, you will have to do outdoor ground treatment. Ground treatment can be done with Termidor. Isolated infestations indoors though, can be done with Premise 2 or Premise foam.
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Q. premise termite
Whats the difference between Premise and Premise 2. Also which is better...the liquid or foam?

Premise Foam and Premise 2 Termiticide contain the same active ingredient but of a different percentage. They are both very efficient products.

For spot treatment in the wall void areas, the foam may be preferred over the liquid. If you plan to do a trenching treatment around the structure, liquid would be preferred over the foam.
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Q. Is the foam spray can method effective ?
The can comes with a thin strawlike applicator for insertion into crevices. How effective is that method or should the liquid be used as well to cover large areas?
A.   It really depends on where you are applying the treatment. If you are treating a large surface area, then the liquid termite spray will be more effective. If you are trying to treat in tight cracks or crevices, the foam will be me more effective because it will expand and fill in the cracks. For the wall void, the foam is usually more effective because it will cling onto the surface better and expand to fill up a space.
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