Amdro Quick Kill Ant & Spider Killer

Turn the tables on ants, spiders and other listed insects with Amdro Quick Kill Ant & Spider Killer. This product kills on contact and lasts for up to three months. After watering-in the product, the active ingredient is released, and the pests' hours are numbered.

  • Kills up to 100 listed insects by contact
  • Keeps insects away for up to three months
  • For lawns, flower gardens, and home perimeter
  • 3 lb. bag treats up to 3,000 square feet

Size:

Ants, Spiders, Armyworms, Cockroaches, Chinch bugs, Crickets, Cutworms, Ticks, Silverfish, and other bugs listed on the product label


View All Targeted Pests
Treat when insects first appear and retreat as necessary
Lawns, flower gardens, and home perimeter

Uniformly apply 1 to 2 lbs of product over a 1,000 square feet area.

FAQ

Does this product kill fire ants?
Yes, but only when fire ants come into contact with the granules. For long lasting fire ant control, we recommend using Amdro Fire Ant Bait granules for mound treatment or Amdro Fire Ant Yard Treatment granules for broadcast treatment across your yard.

Does this product kill argentine ants?
Yes, but only when argentine ants come into contact with the granules. For long lasting ant control, we recommend using Amdro Ant Block Home Perimeter Ant Bait granules.

Does this work on crickets and roaches outdoors?
Yes, it does. Please refer to the label for use rate and application instructions for control.

Is this product safe to be used around pets such as dogs in my yard?
Amdro Quick Kill Ant & Spider Killer granules has low toxicity to mammals. However, we do recommend keeping pets off the treated area until the product has dried after you water it in.

How many square feet does this product cover?
The 17.5 ounce canister covers up to 875 square feet. The 3 pound bag covers up to 3,000 square feet.

VIEW ALL TARGETED PESTS

Ants (including Argentine, Pharaoh (sugar), Imported Fire Ants, and Foraging Fire Ants, Carpenter, Red Harvester, Red Pavement, Odorous, Pyramid, Black Turf, White-footed, Crazy, Little Black, Small Honey, Lawn, Cornfield, Ghost, Thief, Acrobat, Big-Headed, and Allegheny mound), Armyworms (including Lawn Armyworm, Fall Armyworm), Billbugs (including Bluegrass Billbug, Hunting Billbug), Black Turfgrass Ataenius (adults), Bristletail, Chiggers, Chinch Bugs, Centipedes, Millipedes, Scorpions, Ticks (including Brown Dog Tick) and ticks that may transmit Lyme Disease, Cockroaches, Crickets (including House Cricket, Common Short-tailed Cricket, Arizona Cricket, Tropical Cricket, Variable Field Cricket, Fall Field Cricket, Southeastern Field Cricket, Texas Field Cricket, Spring Field Cricket, Northern Wood Cricket, Western Striped Cricket, Eastern Striped Cricket, Sand Field Cricket, Vocal Field Cricket, Southern Wood Cricket), Cutworms (including Black Cutworm, Bronzed Cutworm, Granulate Cutworm, Variegated Cutworm), Dichondra Flea Beetle, Earwigs, European Crane Fly, Fiery Skipper, Fire Brat, Fruit Fly,, Grasshoppers, Greenbug, Ladybeetles (including Convergent Ladybeetle, Seven-spotted Ladybeetle, Two-spotted Ladybeetle, Thirteen-spotted, Ladybeetle, Twice-stabbed Ladybeetle, Asian Ladybeetle, Mealybug Ladybird), Leaf Hoppers, Lucerne Moth, Mealybugs, Pillbugs, Seed Maggots, Silverfish, Spiders, Springtails, Southwestern Corn Borer, Sowbugs, Striped Grassworm, Two-lined Spittle Bugs, Webworms (including Sod Webworm, Grass Webworm, Tropical Sod Webworm), Wireworms, Annual Bluegrass Weevil (Hyperodes), Chiggers, Crane Flies (larvae), Fleas (larvae and adults), Ground Beetle, Ground Pearl, Mites, Mole Crickets (including Tawny Mole Cricket, Southern Mole Cricket, ShortWinged Mole Cricket), Weevils (including Annual Bluegrass)

*Aids in control
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