Nothing can derail an outdoor adventure quite like a painful
sting or bite. And if you step on a fire ant mound, you're going to
get a lot of them. Learn how to spot fire ants, minimize the risk,
and the best way to treat fire ant bites and stings.
In the South, fire ants sting up to 40% of the people each year.
Follow these tips to make sure you’re ready in case you accidentally disturb a mound.
Here's how to remove fire ants naturally, without using chemicals in your yard.
When it comes to fire ants, here at the top 5 things you should know.
Chances are that you won’t get a SINGLE fire ant sting — you‘ll get MANY stings.
Fire ants favor warm, sunny conditions, and avoid shady areas such as woods.
Fire ants sting in a group, and each ant can sting more than once.
Most mounds are just a few inches tall, and blend in with the landscape.
Just because they are floating doesn’t mean they won’t sting you!