The active ingredient in these bait blocks is lower in toxicity to other actives and rodents will need to feed multiple times to hit a lethal dose.
Each pouch contains 10 x 30g wrapped blocks, enough for 3 x rat baits points.
Medium to high infestations require a number of bait points. Bait refills may be required to replenish any bait taken. Once bait-take has stopped, the infestation has been controlled, so bait must be withdrawn from the bait stations and disposed of correctly. Always read the label.
Bait stations available separately.
Preventative measures for rodent control are essential, being able to act early, knowing how to prevent and control a rodent infestation is key. New laws came into effect in April 2016, restricting certain rodenticides to professional certified users only. This has meant a change to the products available for ‘garden farmers’ to purchase. Pack sizes of baits are now limited to 1.5kg, however, we can still offer a range of products from bait stations, pastes, blocks and traps. With a controlled approach these pack sizes should be enough to keep rodents under control, and if they are not successful a professional pest controller should be consulted.
10 rats produce 146,000 droppings and 54 litres of urine per year
50% of fires on farms are caused by rats
Rats are sexually active at just 2-3months old, they have 5 litters per year with 7-8 young per litter!
In line with the CRRU (Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide Use) scheme, all rodent control should be carried out to the following steps:
Always have a planned approach
Always record quantity of bait used and where its placed
Always use enough baiting points
Always collect and dispose of rodent bodies
Never leave bait exposed to non-target animals and birds
Never fail to inspect bait regularly
Never leave bait down at the end of the treatment