How can I tell if I have fire ants in my yard?
Fire ants can be distinguished by their dark bodies and red heads/thorax. Their bites or stings are painful and produce a burning sensation. Fire ants live in mounds of soil in lawns and are most active after heavy rains.
How to get rid of fire ants?
Fire ant lawn infestations are difficult to treat without professional help because they often have many sources (mounds). Green Bee provides free fire ant spot treatment as part of our overall lawn care program.
Where do fire ants live?
Fire ants are common throughout the United States, with the highest concentrations in southern states, including Texas.
What do fire ants eat?
Fire ants eat both meat and plants, making backyards and homes especially susceptible to infestation.