PRODUCT IS DISCONTINUED BY THE MANUFACTURER. Final Blox are a suitable alternative
Generation Mini Blocks Bait (Extruded) Difethialone
Packaging :10 lb container
Generation Mini Blocks provide more of what tastes good (food-grade grains and flavorings) and less of what tastes bad (wax and dye).
Formulated with difethialone, a single-feed anticoagulant, and whole food grade grains. Mice, roof rats, and Norway rats are readily attracted to this bait.
Generation Mini Blocks are manufactured with rodent-gnawable edges and a center hole for securing that prevents rodents from moving blocks to sensitive areas.
Keys to rodenticide performance:
Place Generation Mini Blocks on vertical or horizontal rods in Protecta bait stations to secure protection for children and non-targeted pests .
Place Generation Mini Blocks between the rodents nest and/or feed and water supply.
Maintain a consistent supply of Generation Mini Blocks until rodent feeding stops.
Apply one block per placement. Two blocks may be needed at points of very high mouse activity. Space placements 8 to 12 feet apart. Maintain a constant supply of fresh bait for 15 days or until signs of mouse activity cease.
Apply 6 to 23 blocks per placement. Space placements 15 to 30 feet apart. Maintain a constant supply of fresh bait for 10 days or until signs of rat activity cease.
For burrows, insert one or two blocks deep into each active burrow. Check treated burrows each morning and evening to make sure that bait has not been pushed out of burrows.
For sewer applications, securely attach one end of a wire to bait blocks and the other end to a stationary structure such as the bottom step of manhole ladder or to a sewer grate, allowing just enough wire for bait to rest on manhole benching. If benching is not present, suspend bait a few inches above the high water line or place bait on a board supported by opposing steps of the ladder. Securing bait in this manner will minimize chances for removal by rats or water. Place at least 15 bait blocks per manhole
Follow-up: Replace contaminated or spoiled bait immediately. Collect and dispose of all visible dead animals and leftover bait properly. To discourage reinfestation, limit sources of rodent food, water and harborage as much as possible. If reinfestation occurs, repeat treatment. For a continuous infestation, set up permanent bait stations and replenish bait as needed.