Features & Benefits
- Convenient all-in-one product
- Provides 90-day residual control
- Kills and controls ants including many multi-queen species
- Contains proven NyGuard® IGR (insect growth regulator)
- For use indoors and outdoors, including outdoor broadcast
- Kills wide variety of labeled pests
- No signal word
Pest Control Protocol: Ants Indoor/Outdoor
A comprehensive protocol to help PMPs stay in control of ants. Includes: habits and background, identification, common species, hot spots, inspection, customer communication, treatment and ant control product information.
Pest Brochure: Ants
A supplemental guide designed to provide helpful information on ants, as well as identification, inspection and treatment practices as well as helpful tips and tricks.
Product Overview: Sumari Makes Ant Control Simple. Deadly Simple.
PCT Magazine 5 Questions: Sumari® Insecticide – October 2020
Learn more about Sumari® Insecticide in this 5 Questions with Ryan Neff. Originally published in PCT Magazine, October 2020.
These charts demonstrate the complete efficacy of Sumari on both the workers and brood of several important structural pest ant species. As is shown, this formulation impacts both the current and future generation of the colony, leading to highly effective control.
Impact on Brood Over Time
This study on colony fragments was initiated with a pre-determined volume of brood comprised of eggs, larvae and pupae. At onset of the study, the colony was assigned a brood rating of “5”. If an active has no impact on the brood, the rating will remain “5”, whereas various levels of negative impact on brood quantity will score as “4-1”, with “1” showing the highest brood impact. This graph demonstrates Sumari’s ability to eradicate brood of even the toughest to control pest ant species within four days, and often as quickly as 24 hours after application.
Worker Mortality Over Time
Worker ants supporting test colony fragments located on treated surfaces were observed for up to four days post-treatment. Results obtained on these three structural pest species indicate onset of mortality within hours of exposure, while efficacy being slow enough for the contaminated workers to return to the colony and contaminate non-foraging nestmates, brood and queen(s). Active foragers from all three species were eliminated within three days post-treatment.
Ant Control Resources
These protocols are designed to help PMPs stay in control of ants. They include habits and background, identification, hot spots, inspection, customer communication, treatment and ant control product information.
Not sure where to start or which species you’re dealing with? Download the Indoor/Outdoor Protocol to get general information and see common species.
Download this supplemental guide loaded with helpful information on ants, as well as identification, inspection and treatment practices as well as helpful tips and tricks.
Sumari® Insecticide is the latest in ant control innovation. See features and benefits in our product overview video:
Sumari® Insecticide FAQs
Sumari® is a non-repellent product that works great on social and communal insects like ants and cockroaches.
Sumari® works on both the nervous system and endocrine system (hormones) of target insects.
Sumari® provides a 90-day residual for listed pests.
Even outdoors! MGK conducted third party trials testing the longevity of Sumari® on tile and concrete under real-world conditions.
Sumari® can be applied outdoors as a broadcast, perimeter, spot, or crack & crevice treatment. Indoors, Sumari® can be applied as a spot or crack and crevice treatment.
Applicators are only required to wear long-sleeved shirts, pants, socks and shoes. No gloves, goggles, or respirator required!
Each individual account is different but Sumari® users report control within 24–72 hours in most cases. This includes Argentine, odorous house, ghost, and imported fire ants.
Sumari® is labeled for many pests including fleas, German cockroaches, mosquitoes, Kudzu bugs, stink bugs, centipedes, springtails, crickets, earwigs, chinch bugs, aphids, and others.