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Ants and hydrangeas

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I was thinking the other day — I have not seen as many ants as I often do. Was it because of a superior chemical control season? I used both spray and granules. I started early and was pretty consistent during April and May. Or, was it because of the hot dry weather? I just didn’t see many hills or ones running around. I did not see many ants of any type except the little bitsy ones that would show up every now and then in the house and be making a long trail from somewhere to somewhere. They do not do much damage and can be controlled by a band spraying around the baseboards or other pathways that they may have picked.

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