Dec 16, 2015 - 06:40 AM
In most cases, trees have feeder roots that extend up to 2 times farther than the branches or canopy of the tree. So if the Termidor is within 2 times the width of the tree, their is a small chance that it could be absorbed. In most cases, as long as you don't apply it within the drip line itself (branches) it would be ok. The directions say "within 1 foot of the drip line". Termidor is not water soluble once applied, doesn't leach through the soil and normally doesn't move once applied.
Hope this helps.