fire ants

Fire Ants Treatment

Mid Georgia Turf Solutions offers Topchoice, a powerfully effective fire ant control treatment for homes, businesses, schools, playgrounds, parks, sports fields, and other facilities. We guarantee this single-application treatment for one year, which means that if you have any more problems with fire ants during that year we will gladly re-treat your yard for free.

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Protecting Your Property

If you’re a homeowner who enjoys spending time in your lawn with family or friends, Mid Georgia Turf Solutions’ fire ant control treatment is just what you need to ensure their safety and well-being. Fire ant beds can also reap costly damage by smothering out the roots of your turf which causes dead spots in your lawn, not to mention diminishing the curb appeal of your property. For businesses and organizations like city parks, schools, and sports fields, we understand the importance of protecting your patrons from the possibility of fire ants on your property.

About Topchoice Fire Ant Treatment

Topchoice, backed by Bayer, is the number one insecticide for ridding your yard of dangerous fire ants. One application controls existing colonies and prevents new infestations of fire ants. Applied only by professionals, Topchoice is formulated specifically for broadcast application with commercial spreaders.

High effectiveness, low active ingredient

  • Lowest dose, non-bait, professionally applied insecticide
  • Residual control – just one broadcast application controls ants for up to a full year
  • Effective after rainfall or irrigation
  • No need for fire ant mound treatments
  • Flexible label

Quick Facts on Fire Ants:

  • More than 20 million people were stung by fire ants last year.
  • Just one colony can have multiple queens capable of laying 1,500 eggs each – per day!
  • The southeastern and western United States are most affected by fire ants.
  • Fire ants are extremely aggressive and will attack if their mound is disturbed.
  • Fire ant mounds exist even in hard-to-reach places like under sidewalks and driveways.