Nov 02, 2020 - 08:16 AM
2) The amount of Termidor to be applied is 4 gallons per 10 linear feet. This is more difficult to answer because it depends on how far apart the holes are drilled and also how much Termidor it will take to get the soil saturated below the cement. In some cases it may take more than 4 gallons / 10 feet, in some cases less than 4 gallons.
What I recommend is that while you are pouring the Termidor through the funnel into the hole, use a good flashlight and look through the next hole beside it. Look for the Termidor to "flow" under the hole - you can see this with a flashlight looking through the adjacent hole. When you see "flow" and the soil is wet, stop pouring through the first hole and then move the funnel over to the next hole and begin pouring. Repeat the process of looking through the adjacent hole and watching the Termidor flow to the next hole. Once you do this, you can be assured that the Termidor has saturated the soil under the cement. Then patch and repair the holes with either a rubber plug such as Super Plug, or a piece of paper towel as a plug and then patch with sandmix. Don't use mortar or cement. Use sandmix, its much easier to work with and doesn't stain cement.
If you need more help let me know.