To be quite honest, perhaps it is true that many pest control companies out there remain vague as to how they intend going about eliminating everyone’s perennial pestilential problem with termites. Could it just be that deep down, they know instinctively and from professional experience that their solutions, if they do not work, have little effect on termites which, like many other insect species, are able to adapt and survive poison invasions.
And wherever any resemblance of trees is, you will find termites. In your home, on your business premises and certainly in their natural environment, the trees and termites that is. But there are some areas of the natural environment in which you are not going to find a shred of a termite colony. It’s just that a plant indigenous to South America certainly detests it. In recent times, pest control experts and their scientific researchers have developed an organic compound known as chlorantraniliprole which is derived directly from the plant and transformed into a synthetic solution.
The result of this work has been, perhaps, one of the most effective termites control treatments that are implemented entirely naturally and organically. Termites do not stand a chance when they come into contact with this poison, and come into contact they will because they can neither see, hear, taste nor smell it. It is that deceptive in its effectiveness in killing termites and destroying their colonies. But like the natural environment, the compound does no harm to the domestic environment. True enough, no inhabitant is going to smell this odorless solution either.
But no harm will be done to them by an utterly green solution that takes care of pestilential bugs stone cold dead. It would be too easy to say that this is a miracle of nature. Nature, in itself, is a miracle. When you think of all the harm and damage currently being done by humans today, never mind termites, perhaps there is hope after all. Scientists may quietly back this up but isn’t it quite true that nature has always been able to take care of itself.
If we are to survive nature’s force, perhaps we ought to take care as well.