Optigard Ant Gel Bait Insecticide

Product Overview

Let ants take home something other than bread crumbs

Ant Control That’s Clearly Preferred

Clear, odorless ant gel bait with an extremely palatable formula for maximum ant control

Optigard® Ant Gel Bait insecticide, powered by the active ingredient thiamethoxam, offers unparalleled control of a broad spectrum of ants by ingestion and transfer of the clear and odorless bait for effective colony control.

Key Features

  • Powered by the active ingredient, thiamethoxam with an extremely palatable formula that is readily transferred throughout the colony
  • Transparent formulation stays clear throughout treatment and maintains a thicker consistency
  • Contains the most preferred  ant bait matrix in the industry
  • Packaged in a ready-to-use syringe with plunger for easy application

Key Benefits

  • Offers unparalleled control of a broad spectrum of ants, including Argentine, carpenter, ghost and other nuisance ant species by ingestion and transfer of the bait killing more ants and reducing customer call backs
  • Ants prefer Optigard Ant Gel bait: more ants are attracted, more ants ingest and more ants share the bait with the colony for a more complete kill. Better performance results in higher customer retention.
  • Formulation will not stain treated surfaces or give off strong odor but will hold its shape without running reducing customer complaints
  • Can be applied in cracks and crevices and is approved for use indoors and outdoors, resulting in one less worry for your technicians

Download Supporting Optigard Ant Gel Bait Documents

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ANTSwers(PDF)

Learn more about identification, biology and Syngenta PPM solutions for ant control.

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Optigard Ant Gel Product Information Sheet(PDF)

Learn more about attractive and widely accepted formulation of Optigard Ant gel bait.

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News

04/17/2017

Try outdoor baiting for improved tramp ant control

Year after year, ants remain at the top of the list of the most common insects that Pest Management Professionals (PMPs) are called upon to manage. Many of these calls are for the so-called "tramp ants" that include Argentine, odorous house and crazy ants. These ants feed on a variety of food sources, but prefer sweet foods like honeydew and other sugar sources.  Read more »


04/17/2017

Keep ants and callbacks away with a comprehensive ant control product portfolio

As spring temperatures rise, ants are warming up to the nooks and crannies of your customers' homes. These pests are resilient so it is important to use products specially formulated to not only get the job done right the first time, but continue to control ants throughout the season. To give Pest Management Professionals (PMPs) a variety of ant control options to best suit to their businesses, Syngenta offers a powerful product portfolio featuring three unique solutions to ant problems  Read more »


07/12/2016

The key to ant control lies in proper identification and thorough treatments

Ants can be extremely difficult to control because they are resilient and adept at finding niches where they can thrive. One key to successful ant control is proper identification. Once you know what ant species you are trying to control, it is easier to put together an ant management program.  Read more »


06/10/2016

Double your business options and keep ants away with Advion Ant and Optigard Ant gel baits

Ants are expected to stir up as much trouble as ever this summer. In PCT Magazine's annual "State of the Ant Market" report, 92 percent of Pest Management Professionals (PMPs) across the country expect cases of ant infestations in their markets to increase or remain steady in 2016.1  Read more »