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I am in the process of adding 'browns' to my compost bin.
Emptying all the pots with plants that didn't make it.
Came across two with fire ants in them.
Trying to decide if I could just dump them in another area of the yard, and then treat them for fire ants;
OR ... can I put them in the recycle bin and add fire ant treatment? Kind of concerned with Plan B because I don't know what those chemicals may do to my compost--I definitely don't want to affect it negatively.
Is there an organic treatment for fire ants? (I will go now and do research to see if I can discover one while I wait.)