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Nilkamal Wood Guard | Nilkamal BubbleGuard | Nilkamal


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How To Protect Trees From Wood Boring Insects

How To Protect Trees From Wood Boring Insects


Wood boring insects like emerald ash borer
have been a hot topic of discussion in the lawn and landscape industry as of late. With
the death of millions of ash trees since first being found in 2002, there is now more than
ever an increased emphasis on finding insecticide treatments that can help stop and prevent
further damage from wood boring insects like EAB. EAB is a bright green metallic insect that
feeds on all ash species, but prefers to feed on green and black ash. The adults seek out
healthy trees where they lay their eggs, and then once those eggs hatch the larvae go inside
of the tree where they feed on the phloem, which is the nutrient pathway inside of the
tree. The good news is there are several different
insecticides and application techniques that can be used to prevent damage from wood boring
insects like emerald ash borer. The primary three methods used are the soil drench, tree
injection, or also the basal bark band application. The application method that we’re going to
focus on today is the basal trunk spray, which literally means spraying the insecticide on
the base of the tree. The primary benefits of this application method
are the speed of the uptake of the insecticide and also the ease of the application, with
only needing the sprayer, an insecticide, and an organosilicone surfactant. Dinotefuran
is a systemic insecticide which is marketed as Zylam or Safari. When applied to the base
of the tree, it is absorbed into the vascular system and then translocated up through the
tree. Once an insect comes into contact with it or ingests it, they die shortly after. To begin, you want to read the complete label
to make sure you have all the proper personal protective equipment. The product application
rate for Zylam is 16 fluid ounces per one gallon of water. For Zylam insecticide, it
is also recommended that you add one fluid ounce of an organosilicone surfactant like
Pentra-Bark, which greatly increases the absorption into the tree. After you’ve added together
your organosilicone surfactant and your Zylam, you’ll want to make sure and mix them well
together before adding them to your sprayer. Next, you’ll want to pump up your sprayer
to a pressure of around 10 to 20 psi. You’ll want to make sure that the pressure is low
enough to prevent any type of runoff, drift, or back-spray from occurring while you’re
making the application. Once you have your spray solution ready, now
you’re ready to begin your application. Start at about five feet, or chest height, moving
slowly side-to-side as you work your way down the tree. Again, you want to make sure that
your pressure is low enough that all of the solution is sticking to the side of the tree.
Keep working your way down toward the base of the tree, and once you reach it, you’ll
want to continue working your way down the root flares with the solution as well. If you need more help finding an insecticide
for your needs, feel free to stop by your local Ewing Branch. Or for more information,
visit us online at ewingirrigation.com.

How to Get Rid of Carpenter Ants (4 Simple Steps)

How to Get Rid of Carpenter Ants (4 Simple Steps)


The Carpenter Ant is a wood destroying
ant species that can cause damage to your home or business. Like termites,
carpenter ants will destroy any soft or damaged wood in or around your structure.
Unlike termites they don’t consume the wood but bore through it to create
tunnels for easy travel from the nest to food sources. First, it’s important to
identify the carpenter ant. The carpenter ant is one of the largest ant species in
the United States, typically between 1/4 to 3/4 of an inch long. They can range in
color, but a good tell is the number of their body segments; ants have three
segments where termites only have two. Next, inspect your property for signs of
carpenter ant activity. Check woody areas that hold moisture, such as around
windows, door frames, plumbing under kitchen and bathroom sinks, wooden
structures, and any collections of wet or dead wood. You’re looking for Frass which
is wood debris found near tunnels, any damaged wood that will have smooth
galleries and openings, or any ant trails and activity. You can also listen for
clicking or rustling noises in your walls.
It might sound something like this: SOFT RUSTLING… once you’ve confirmed carpenter ant
activity, it’s time for chemical control start inside with a bait like Ficam.
This is a granular bait that can be used with a duster for easy application. Apply
Ficam near sinks or drains, around appliances, along walls, or around
bathroom fixtures. Next, apply FiPro aerosol foam to any cracks, crevices, and
wall voids. This is a non-repellent foam so the ants will unknowingly come into
contact with it, return to the colony and contaminate others. Apply FiPro around
windows, doors, plumbing under sinks or into walls.
You can also puff an insecticidal dust like D-Fense Dust into voids. Treat
outside with a non-repellent insecticide like Dominion 2L or Taurus SC. Mix with
water, following label instructions, in a pump sprayer. Create a barrier around
your home or business by spraying one two three feet up the wall and one two
three feet out. Also spray around windows, doors, around eaves, entry points, or where
pipes penetrate the wall. You can also spread and spot treat with Ficam
bait around the property. And treat any cracks, crevices, or ant galleries that
you found with FiPro foam. Finally, prevent carpenter ants from returning by
removing any wood debris from your property, trim vegetation back from the
home or building, and stack firewood as far away as you can from the structure. You can also use BoraCare to treat wood that might be vulnerable to
carpenter ant infestations. And there you have it: the Solutions Pest and Lawn
control plan guaranteed to get rid of carpenter ants. Be sure to subscribe to
our channel for more how-to and product videos and contact us for more tips
tricks and DIY pest solutions

Amazing World of A Termite Mound || दीमक की विशालकाय बांबी || By Vlogger Vineet

Amazing World of A Termite Mound || दीमक की विशालकाय बांबी || By Vlogger Vineet


Hello Friends this is vineet and you are watching youtube channel Vlogger Vineet Friends today i am in the Forest of Pilibhit and as you can see behind me is the jungle of Pilibhit And in this jungle i found huge Termite Mounds let me show you. and this is the Termite Mound Termite make this mound and make it as higher as possible actually this is very small mound locals told me that there are 20 to 30 feet mounds in dens forest. as you can see friends this mud is fresh as you can see here. and if i touch here i can feel the wet and cold soil. and as you can see this side its old and very hard soil. so these are the structures made by termite and this one is looking very beautiful and is recently constructed. i hope you can see this beautiful structure So friends this is the Termite Mound Let me show you from above, how it looks Friends here in this jungle i found plenty of Mounds Some of them are very old. and here is the structure as you can see can you see these holes in this if we break this You can see the inner view of this structure The fact is this when Termite leaves this mound and move to other location. then this mound is occupied by Snakes and mostly King Cobra lives inside this structure. because as you know the Snake is a cold blooded animal and like to live in Humid places and this structure is the best place to live. because no matter how warm the weather is The soil remains cold inside So this is the Termite Mound friends…. see, its looking very beautiful it is breaking like this and friends as you can see this is the inside view of this mound various compartments are made by termite i hope that you can see this Friends i am trying to show you the inner structure of this mound this is the structure where termite lives and they leave the mound when they move to other location. This is an empty mound. ” No insect is harmed while making this Video ” and behind me is the dens forest. I am planing to visit this jungle many days ago and now i get the chance to visit this jungle and make the video of the attractions of this place I arrived nearly at 8AM in this jungle. and now its 3:30 PM and i am still wondering in this jungle. Its a very huge and dens forest with many wildlife creature So this the location friends………see I hope you enjoyed this video friends I will try to make more interesting video in upcoming days Do not forget to subscribe youtube channel Vlogger Vineet and press the bell icon to get latest video notifications. Thanks for watching and have a nice day.

What does termite damage look like?

What does termite damage look like?


Unlike carpenter ants which tunnel through
wood, termites actually eat the wood so the damage they leave behind in the wood is not
neat and clean as it is with carpenter ants. The damaged wood will be plastered with a
muddy mixture of yellowish-brown digested wood and soil. When it dries, it looks a bit
like oatmeal. You may find narrow mud tubes leading from
the infested wood to the soil where the termites live or tubes packed into cracks or seams
in the paneling. The surface of the termite-damaged wood can have a blistered appearance. The
wood inside has a honeycombed or layered look, where the termites have preferentially eaten
the softer spring wood layers, leaving the harder layers of summer wood in between. In between this layered wood, you’ll see the
mud we mentioned. Since termites eat and digest the wood, there will be no sawdust present.
Whether it’s termites or carpenter ants, it could be all damaged or it could be from an
active infestation. That’s something you really need a professional to determine. Both pests usually infest wood that is damp
or water damaged. That’s another issue you may need to deal with. Whether it’s carpenter
ants or termites, it’s a problem that needs to be addressed to protect your home. Our trained technicians can inspect your home
and supply all the answers. Give Colonial Pest a call today.

Termite Control : Will Termites Eat Treated Lumber?

Termite Control : Will Termites Eat Treated Lumber?


My name is Tyler Royce, I’m with TNT Pest
Control, we’re talking about will termites eat treated lumber? Lumber comes from the
mill, they actually do some treatment on the wood but termites has discovered will eat
through the treated lumber. What I found though actually when it’s newer they’ll eat the surface
of it. The older the wood gets the more vulnerable it is to termites, they will choose other
wood sources that are easier pickings, when the wood comes back from the mill, it has
gone through treatment stage. I’m not sure how intense of a termite treatment that the
wood has been through, I don’t think they do any type of termite treatment on the wood,
termites will eat the wood, they look for any type of wood source, they’re not really
picky at what kind of wood it is, it doesn’t seem to stop them. Your best defense to stop
the termites from eating your home would be have a professional come out and do a professional
treatment for termites for you.

Contemporary super deluxe home with classy interior and 5 bedroom | Home tour

Contemporary super deluxe home with classy interior and 5 bedroom | Home tour


Hi everybody welcome back to another
video the day we are presenting you a contemporary super deluxe home with
classy interior and five bedrooms on this residence two bedrooms situated in
ground-floor and three in first-floor and suitably paved outdoor landscape
that adds the beauty of the art design sprouted from the mines architect the
gate resembles the royalty the yard is paved with natural stone all over which
is surrounded by landscape it is well built and it is a relaxing area for
evening tucks of family and friends many good plants are grown in the
landscape this house has 4,000 square feet built
area with the double story setup this home located at Darrow R in Kerala the
exterior design includes the combination of paints and cladding stones which
exhibit the area of artwork in the wall itself now we enter into the sit out sit out is
arranged with wood chairs in modern design the peculiarity of this set out
is that it is in L shape and very spacious main entrance of this house is
built with a simple but elegant wood door with long handles the hanging
lights are placed in the fall ceiling of the sit out this brings a ravishing look
to the sit out the sit out is built in such a way that the full area of the
yard is visible and is a scene review now we enter into the home by opening
the main door what we see is a small living area where royal chairs in wood
arranged neatly around a centered coffee table led Lightning’s in the fall
ceiling of this small living is providing adequate lights and they are
decorative though long flower vases are placed inside the
wall the color matching of the wall chair and flower vases all makes the
combination superb the ending of this area leads left to the main living and
right to the dining hall main living is arranged with a cushioned sofa and
coffee table the wall is separated with small waiting to place vases and
decorations this is an utility area which is an
extension to the living area this is mainly intended to the guests this area
has a wash basin and toilet detached most of the houses doesn’t have a space
like this now we step back and move on to the
dining area the table placed in the dining area is in wood and has a glass
top the fall ceiling of dining area is self exposed the inner splits and LED
lighting are magnificent looking the washing area is in separate thread in
the left to the entrance of washing a small plant is placed with spotlight the
light beautifies the plants greenish appearance there is also a small plant
place near to wash basin there is a mirror in the washing area surrounded by
flower vase in the wall with spotlights the bottom of the basin is used for
storage the staircase is – first floor is in the dining area let’s look how
modern and simple are the handrail of stairs the handrail is made as a
combination of wood and glass the glass fitted in-between the handrail has
etched works in the border first landing of stairs has a design glasswork a tree
branches the bottom portion of stairs are used for storage space which is
designed like a shelf with handles to the left of the beginning of the stairs
there is again a small sitting area for women the partition of this area and
main entrance are detachable there is a cushion sofa here also we can watch decorative ceiling
work and flower vases inside the wall the bottom portion of second landing is
used as entrance to the prayer room let’s look how the bedrooms are designed
in the contemporary style Wow see the gypsum artworks let’s get into
the details the electrical controls are placed near to the cotton left and right
the LED lighting are power enough to view the room without darkness the TV
unit of the CCTV camera is in this room this is the main bedroom in the ground
floor the wall are designed to use a computer and place some decorative items
also the Wardrobe shelf are placed to the corner of the room this is the door
to the attached toilet now we can check how the second bedroom
is yes this seems like the first one itself there is some uniqueness in the
creation of bedroom see the cot gypsum artwork wardrobe dressing area all in
the same model only the curtain model is having a change although it is not a big
change attached toilet is fitted with both
European suit and traditional closet ok let’s move on and see the kitchen room
the door itself is designed with small edged glass there is a mini dining area
where a small black dining table but can afford six persons is available the
right to the door opening is used for crockery storage there is a small wash
basin with storage space moreover the lighting provide the beautiness to the
crockery shelf okay now moving on to kitchen here we see the zinc and a gas
top the rack shelf is designed with granite slab the bottom area is arranged
for storing kitchen items and also there is door available now we will see the work area this is
the third dining table in this house the fireplace without smoke is availab here
now we have covered the portions in ground floor we have seen a great design
work and how spacious li the rooms are built let’s check the first floor then
we are mending the stairs to the first floor the landing of the stairs reach to
the upper living area there is a cushioned sofa and a small tea table
available here the top view of the many living area in the ground floor is this
the cushion sofa is five seated now let’s see the bedrooms here let’s
begin with the first one to the left of the upper living this is a big bedroom
with double cot in Center there is no fall ceiling here wardrobe and computer
table dressing area are available there is an attached toilet in the
bedroom moving on to the second bedroom right to
the upper living we see the interior design makes the room extra normal one
two the first one in the first floor there is area for placing flower vases
dressing area wardrobe attached toilet available in this room let’s move on to
the third bedroom we are entering to the last bedroom of the video this is also
similar to previous bedroom we checked hanging light is placed in the center of
fall ceiling fall ceiling dressing area wardrobe a normal cot attached toilet
are available here there is a common toilet provided in the
first floor near to the open terrace door we have never checked the balcony yet
let’s move into balcony and see the elegant design there this is the balcony
view there is three parabola designed to give adequate Lighting’s to the room I
hope this is an exact match for those who look into built double storey with
spacious design

You’d Never Guess What an Acorn Woodpecker Eats | Deep Look

You’d Never Guess What an Acorn Woodpecker Eats | Deep Look


Thanks to CuriosityStream for supporting PBS
Digital Studios. These acorn shells are the scraps after a
big feast. The long one is from a coast live oak. This round one’s from a black oak. And this fuzzy one is from a tanoak. These are the noisy diners: acorn woodpeckers,
cracking open and enjoying some acorns. And here’s their well-stocked pantry. It’s called a granary, and it’s where
they store their acorn collection, high up in these redwoods, to protect it from jays,
squirrels and deer. Acorn woodpeckers are the only animals that
store their acorns in carefully-made holes in trees. The birds drill a few new ones each year. It took generations to make the thousands
of holes in this granary. Their holes rarely hurt the trees. They only bore into the bark, where there’s
no sap that could rot the acorns. That’s why they also store them in dry,
dead trees. Keeping their pantry stocked takes a lot of
work. So acorn woodpeckers live in family groups:
four or five of them in something like a commune. This adult male is showing junior who’s
boss. Everyone works and the acorns belong to all
of them. In spring, acorn woodpeckers have their choice
of food: Tasty insects. Oak flowers full of pollen. Sap that they suck out of shallow holes like
these. When those delicacies are gone in the winter,
they’ll have acorns. They don’t have much protein, and they taste
bitter, but the birds can stock up on them. If the coast live oaks didn’t make acorns
that year, the black oaks might. That’s why acorn woodpeckers live where
there’s more than one species of oak. The birds need to keep their acorns snug in
their holes so other animals can’t pull them out. So they tap the acorns to check. If they’re loose, they look for a smaller
hole. Maybe this one? This one is just right. Whoops! Once in a while, they lose an acorn. But that’s OK. A dropped acorn could sprout another oak for
future generations. CuriosityStream is a subscription streaming
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Termites Turning My House Into Poop In The Philippines

Termites Turning My House Into Poop In The Philippines


today’s video is going to be a little
bit out of the ordinary it’s going to discuss about termites and the humidity
problems here in the Philippines houses with cement and metal windows and stuff
like that at this house are eating it from the inside out basically it got
done so much damage you can see the windows falling out of their tracks
where they’re you know anchored in at the where the cement would be and so you
can see the damage you know that these guys these little critters have done to
this windows window seal and the framing around the window anything that’s wood
the termites are basically just destroyed on this house inside and
outside and they’re still working this thing I mean we’re talking bathroom
doors interior in the bathroom area they’re basically got some major damage
to them windows I’m showing you now basically a falling out of it and the
window seals themselves basically I mean the termites have done so much damage
they pulled it to the ground we had to put profit back up here in this house
but you know but this is the type of damage that these little critters can do
to your house and why anybody would build wood framing house here in the
Philippines are put this type of window seal all wood in the in here maybe it
looks nice back at the days when this house was built but 20 years ago maybe
but I still don’t understand it because you know there was termites back then
and they’re still termites today and they’re just as strong of his track
because to turn my damage just taking care of it basically so the termites are
being fed very well let me see a wood house they just go crazy there’s a
interior door where the framings and they base lay beaten appeal the hinge
right out of its socket so that you know hinge one Eames same place anymore this
house has also got wood flooring little wood flooring panels and not always
black black spots are damaged but termites but there is places in here
that you will see that are eaten by the termites in you right here you can see
this spot right here it’s definitely eaten by the termites so I mean they’re
going on the talent on this house yes I just don’t understand why you would put
wood in your house like this I mean it’s probably twice as expensive to do this
type of work on your house basically building a brand new house and back to
the game this is probably a row atop the White House it’s in a gated community
and it’s still a nice house it just needs a lot of work and I don’t think
you can ever fix this problem without you know we’re remodeling putting new
wood in it but the termites are just gonna eat it again basically so you know
that’s this is what you get here if you’re gonna build a house no wood this
is that window that’s falling out of its frame on the floor here underneath this
little panel you look down on the floor here so it’s not wood it’s like a you
know linoleum and underneath there in the wood flooring has been chewed up
immensely and this is that window that’s fallen out of its frame outside you saw
the earlier pictures and you can see from the insight how much damage these
guys have done basically we’ve just propped this window back into its seal
to kind of keep some kind of closure to it but you know I mean how do you fix
something like this other than you know we gut this area and redo it you know a
different way but this is the type of damage this homeowner this is just a
rental property but you can see the damage that these little critters can do all the windows in this house have got
wood framing around the windows around the glass and so there’s places some
windows are still good but most of them have got damage from the termites inside
and out and one good thing about the termites
you will not see apps inside this house they will not go inside this house
whatsoever I have not seen one ant and the time I’ve been in this house for the
last 20 months they for whatever reason they don’t like this house I don’t
they’ll mess up like termites this house has been cleaned by the owner before for
termite control yeah but they’ve just done a number on this particular house I
mean it’s just crazy but how do you fix a problem like this I mean it’s gonna
take a lot of effort a lot of money to fix it house like this and maybe it’s
not even worth fixing me because I bet you now the owner of this house is
wishing they would have done I’ve seen that house that’s what the newer houses
do now is they’re all cement you can make a nice seam in house you know you
just have to go cement that’s the whole way to fix these type of problems but
once you’ve done an all wood flooring all wood paneling you with all wood
window seals live with the type of damage you get problem with the door
attitude amenity base with the door is shrinking basically from the inside out
listen look at the seat look at the cracks on this wood paneling on the
floor here is when the humidity is basically it’s cause the wood to shrink
and so what can you do to fix that problem
what humidity but there are also termite issues here in his house in this bedroom
floor here this wood paneling and you can see where the you know the damn
little guys have taken their damage and done their little natchan these guys are
not that big but they sure go through some wood here in the Philippines I mean
they either out of control basically any

Facts about Termites: Pest Control Guide for Homeowners

Facts about Termites: Pest Control Guide for Homeowners


Can you imagine eating 24/7 without
stopping? Welcome to the life of a termite. In the wild, termites help with the decomposition of dead trees into rich soil. But in your home, they can cause serious damage. There are three types that infest homes: subterranean, drywood, and dampwood. prime real estate for them includes dead trees, wood that has been damaged by excess moisture, and in the case of dry wood termites, areas of exposed wood such as trimmed window and door frames, or your attic. Remove wet or rotted wood and trim back shrubs and bushes that have grown too close to the foundation. Avoid having areas with excess moisture. Fix leaky water hoses, and make sure that water slopes away from your house. For more info on your
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