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I had a trail of ants, that would not go away no matter what I used to deter them. I love ants, but in their proper place.  I read that cinnamon somehow interrupts  their trails.   So, I sprinkled cinnamon on the massive invading trail.  The next day they just kept climbing over the sprinklings.  So now I was convinced I had been had, once again.  Then, a day or 2 later, there were no ants.  Not one.  Somehow the cinnamon had interrupted their scent of the trail they love to migrate on.

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We've always had problems with ants, I think our house was built on an ant hill...:eek:

 

Last year I started using a product called Tarro. It's a trace of boric acid in a sweet solution. It took me several months to apply it to the ant trails and reapply it when it was gone, however this year all of the ant trails are gone.

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