Top Quality & Safe Rat and Mice Poison
Why Use Rodenticides?
1) Vertox25 Rat and Mice Poison – 300g. tub
Vertox25 is a new generation, safer rat and mice poison. It complies with new EU legislation on rodenticide safety (IE/BPA number: 70507).
- Ideal for the control of mice and rats in and around buildings.
- Strong, single feed kill rat and mice poison made in a highly palatable all-weather block bait. Contains Brodifacoum 0.0025% w/w.
- Each tub contains 15x bait blocks of 20g.
- Each 20g block has a central hole in order to fix inside a bait station, keeping the bait away from children and non-target animals.
How much rat and mice poison is required to get rid of an infestation? Small and large mouse infestation: 1 tub. Small rat infestation: 1 tub. Large rat infestation: 2-3 tubs of Vertox 25.
2) Sapphire 25 Grain Rat and Mouse Killer - 150g Pouch (6 x 25g Sachets)
New to the market, LODI Sapphire Grain 25 contains the strongest (single feed) active ingredient Brodifacoum on a tasty oat grain which can control mice and rats in one feed. Sapphire Grain is packed into 25g sachets to keep the bait as fresh as possible.
The bait is manufactured using the highest quality and freshest ingredients to ensure rodents are quickly lured to the bait and infestations controlled fast.
The high strength of Sapphire Grain offers the user a great solution to control large infestations of rodents when other baits might not work.
Always read and follow the label before use.
- Active: 0.0025% Brodifacoum
- Each 150g pouch contains 6 x 25g rat and mice poison grain sachets, enough for three rat bait points or 6 mouse bait points.
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3) Rodex25 Whole Wheat Rat Poison - 150g. Sachets
Rodex 25 is a new generation, safer rodenticide that complies with EU legislation on rodenticide safety (IE/BPA number: 70586).
- Contains: Bromadiolone 0.0025% w/w & denatonium benzoate 0.001% w/w (bitter taste to prevent children and pets from swallowing it)
- Suitable for indoor or outdoor use across a wide range of premises, and especially where rats have been previously feeding on seed or grain based foods
- Highly palatable “chocolate” aroma with sugars to encourage repeat feeding
- Quantities required: Small rat infestation: 3-4 sachets. Large infestation: 5-10 sachets
- Each sachet can be placed directly inside a bait station, keeping the bait away from children and non-target animals.
For further information check the product label:
4) Mice Bait Boxes
In accordance with new label instructions, all bait must be placed in temper resistant bait boxes, in order to minimise the risks of spillage or accidental access.
Mice are very inquisitive and prefer to feed a little from many areas rather than a lot from one particular feeding location. We offer a convenient packs of 5x or 10x Mouse Bait boxes (with one Key) wich is ideal for placing the bait and distribute around infested areas.
5) Rat (and Mice) Bait Stations
Unlike mice, rats are neophobic (fear of new objects) and prefer to feed from known and familiar locations. This is why we recommend to:
- Use less poison baiting points than for mice, but strategically placed near runs or harbourage areas.
- Be prepared to wait: rats may overcome their fear of the new poison / bait station only after a week or even more.
- Avoid disturbing their environment while treating the infestation: no cleaning, clearing of junk, etc., until eradication is achieved.
- Only re-bait (generously) the stations once a week, as rats will only overfeed or carry the bait away.
- Inspect the treated area regularly and remove any dead rodent, to avoid risks of secondary poisoning of non-target predators.
6) Safe use of Rat and Mice Poison - Recommendations
a) Read the label carefully
If you intend to use rat and mice poison of any description you must make sure that they are kept, used and disposed of strictly in accordance with their label instructions.
b) Placing the bait
Apply the bait in locations out of reach of children, pests, domestic animals and non-target wildlife. If you cannot find suitable cover to protect baits, you should use bait boxes for safety.
c) Hoarding of bait
Remember that rats may remove baits which can be carried and hoard them, or drop them where children or non target animals can gain access to them, so secure any sachets or wax blocks at the placement site.
d) Removal of dead rodents
Dead rodents should be disposed of safely by following the label advice. This will reduce the risk of secondary poisoning of other species.
e) Bait Disposal & Storage
After treatment it is your duty to ensure that all remains of bait and containers are removed from the site and disposed of according to the label instructions.
Keep rodenticides in their original container, out of reach of children, pets, non-target animals and wildlife.
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