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Feb 05, 2013 - 08:50 PM

Hi Shelly, here is the formula. The rate of application is 4 gallons per 10 linear feet per foot of depth. Most foundations are treated at the 1 foot rate unless you have a basement or some wall or footer that is very deep.

For 200 linear feet, divide 200 by 10 and then times 4 or 200/10x4= 80 gallons.

Basically you divide the linear footage by the 10 feet and times 4 for the amount of gallons used every 10 linear feet.

Termidor is mixed at a rate of a little less than 1 oz per gallon of water. The 20 oz Termidor makes 25 gallons, the 78 oz Termidor makes 100 gallons of mix.

So for 200 linear feet you will need 80 gallons of mix roughly. I would recommend either (4) 20 oz Termidor or (1) 78 oz Termidor. You can also use Taurus SC - it's the same thing and just as good, also a little less expensive. Here are the links -

Termidor SC - http://www.epestsupply.com/product/BA...

Taurus SC - http://www.epestsupply.com/product/72...

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