In Malaysia, termite control often involves baiting systems designed specifically for in-ground and in-concrete applications. These systems use bait stations strategically placed around the property, either in the soil or within concrete structures where termites are active.
For in-ground baiting systems, stations are buried in the soil at certain intervals around the property. These stations contain bait materials that attract termites. Once termites feed on the bait, they carry it back to their colony, effectively spreading the toxic substance and eliminating the colony.
In-concrete baiting systems are placed within the structure's concrete slabs or foundations. They work similarly to in-ground systems but are specifically designed to target termites that may be infesting the concrete structures of a building.
Both in-ground and in-concrete baiting systems are part of integrated termite management approaches in Malaysia. They aim to control termite populations and prevent structural damage by targeting termites at their source. Regular monitoring and maintenance of these bait stations are essential to ensure continued effectiveness in termite control. Professional pest control services typically manage and maintain these systems to safeguard properties from termite infestations.