How To Get Rid Of Ants – Easy, Natural, Overnight Solution

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I stay away from chemicals as best I can. Sometimes we forget that some of the best solutions are natural. Borax has long been used for ant control. At the yalesafe website they have a nice recipe for ant control that is easy and all natural. Get Rid of Ants Overnight!

Yalesafe has their recipe and there are a ton of different chemical methods to get rid of them, organic options are few. One of the tried and true organic methods is to use orange peels. With a few simple ingredients and steps you will be able to eradicate fire ants completely while being safe for the environment. The recipe uses:

  • 1 Gallon of water
  • 1/4 Cup orange oil
  • 1/4 Cup Blackstrap Molasses
  • Some sort of sprayer or just pour on the bed

Check out the tutorial at instructables.com for the complete How To at Rid Of Ants With Orange Peels.

Simply mix together all of the ingredients.

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Every month there are things to do in the garden and September is no different. However, the garden is not just veggies but flowers, lawns and greenhouse.

As the season changes the - garden - is a wonderful place to hang out with lots to do! Find out what to do at: September Gardening To Do List: Flowers, Veggies Lawn and More