Definitions

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  • n. A termiticidal agent.

Etymologies

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termite +‎ -icide

Examples

  • Evidence of termites is sought, and if found, the walls of the pit may be treated with an appropriate termiticide.

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  • Premise 75 is a liquid termiticide injected into the ground along the foundation to create a chemical barrier against subterranean termite infestation.

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  • If so, then the pest control company should have drilled large holes and inserted a ground rod to get the termiticide down to the footer.

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  • If my suspicions are correct, they have to do the entire job over again, which includes drilling as I mentioned, digging a trench down to the footer where there is no concrete and flooding that area with a termiticide at the label rate (4 gallons per 10 linear feet).

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  • They also have to drill holes in any infested walls and use a termiticide foam.

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  • Had they drilled it properly and got the termiticide deep enough, the termites would have encountered it and the colony would have been wiped out.

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