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How to Use Sesame for Ant Control
Canola oil, any type of canola oil. This is I think—this is a gallon and a half sprayer. So I’m going to take roughly about this so it would be like a—the amount doesn’t really matter. You get to learn the amount to add. You could probably add half as much if you wanted to. The oil is very important, gets down into the tunnels. Here is sesame oil, mix them together open it. Okay so here’s—this is basically sesame oil. Just pure sesame oil, organic sesame oil of course and we’re going to wait here by half an hour while it does his thing. There’s going to be a faster way to—we’ll just take it in there while waiting. You don’t need a whole lot of this because we put the canola oil in already. Basically the sesame oil sticks around for a long time if you have sesame oil, you know the scent of it. The scent is what you want afterwards.
So we’re done about half of this—on this bottle, it’s a 12 fluid ounces so we got three quarters of a quart, six fluid ounce of sesame oil, and we’re going to add my favorite orange TKO. This is already half use so this is I think a 34 ounce so that’s like 16 ounces or so. We’re going to dump literally—make it real strong mixture that’s going underneath those that goes lots. I don’t want to spray it on plants and stuff but it’ll work just for that, the area that we want to do. So I’m going to put all these back then add some water. We’re going to go straight.
So you want to shake your orange up because it will not be too happy and you will pump it up and then—this one I cut the tape last so it sprays a little easier for me. And this is what we do, you see. This is a—the white stuff is the orange TKO, when it turns white when it hits a water. Just spray right in there, goes right into there a little time a little sooner and unfortunately, that’s the end of that and you can even go like this. It’ll be a while before they go back in there again. We’ll just test out this one. Here they are you see. So just give it like that. Do all this to it. Get the seeder over here, not so much but we do it anyway. I think that’s to somebody over here. So the oils will get in there. The oils will tend to stick around for a long time. Put the oils away from the—so you don’t want to give it to a plant even though this doesn’t look like it’s much there. And you can pretty much test something like this, you can’t get into and all the ants are probably not in there but that doesn’t necessarily mean that. You may want just to spray out inside here like that a little bit. Let me pump it up again, you see like in there.
Another place—stop it right here. Let’s see if I miss one, did I get this one? There you go. And the mixture should be strong enough to kill the ants, the oil and the citrus. The oil and the citrus and the cinnamon will kill them on contact, it suffocates them. You see the ants will die unfortunately but fortunately whichever. And let’s take a look at there in the corner here. I don’t think they were so—and that’s also real go way to prevent them. You put the rocks done, you do it once in a while, tend to keep the ants so I will move in there. Let’s see this one over here. So I’ll just go ahead and spray in some here and then we’ll take a look at up here for these—the seeds are over here in this one right there.
Two bags here on the garbage cans. You always have to look around the garbage cans sometimes because they’re coming in the garbage. You know, you can spray around the garbage can usually we just spray—going around the edges of the garbage cans. We’ll keep them from coming around too often.