Termite Baiting System

Termite Baiting System
The objective of termite baiting is to place a food source that contains toxicant. Foraging termites that find the baits will consume and share the food containing the toxicant with its nest mates including the Queen and the King through a process called trophallaxis. Elimination process may require approximately 2 to 12 weeks depending on the size of the colony, typically between 6 to 8 weeks.

Above-ground Bait Station

Above ground Bait-Station are designed to promote easy excess by Termites, An above ground baiting system typically delivers bait with toxicant directly to the termite trails from exposed mud trail above ground, i.e. on walls, ceiling, and furniture etc.

In-Ground Bait Station

An in-ground baiting system typically install in-ground bait stations surrounding a premise. It acts as a monitoring station. Once termites are intercepted, toxicant bait will be placed in the monitoring station to eliminate the colony.


Termite baits usually comprise of luring compound/attractant, alpha cellulose, and toxicant. The bait may be moistened with water to emulate the food and environment termites prefer.


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