Termite baiting systems have become a popular method of treatment for subterranean termites. The way a termite baiting system works involves placing cellulose (wood material) bait stations around the perimeter of the building structure at strategic locations. Because the worker termites are constantly foraging for wood to feed their colony they will locate the bait station and scent a trail for others in the colony to find their way to the food source. Once the trail has been established the cellulose material inside the bait station is replaced with a chemical inhibitor which slows the molting process in termites which prevents them from growing. The termites will then take the chemical back to the colony and the inhibitor spreads throughout the colony. Once the growth inhibitor begins permeating the colony the carriers and the rest of the colony will die off.