Rodent Activity - Choosing The Right Rodent Bait
The level of rodent activity determines the appropriate rodent bait for the job. Do you have a heavy rodent infestation or light rodent infestation? Is the rodent activity persistant and ongoing? Do you want a rodent bait for monitoring purposes only?
We will be glad to assist you in rodent bait selection and application for sucess in any rodent control program.
Active Ingredients in Rodenticides
We carry Bell's Labs, JT Eaton, and Syngenta rodent bait products. These have diaphacinone, bromadiolone, brodifacoum, bromethalin, Difethialone, and Vitamin D3 as active ingredients. Their names are Ditrac, Contrac, Final, Fastrac, First Strike, 2G Bait Blocks, Nectus 2 G, Top Gun and Weatherblok XT. Rodent baits are classified as a single feed bait (one feeding for a lethal dosage), and other rodent baits are multiple feed baits (multiple feedings for a lethal dosage). Some rodenticides cause death by internal bleeding (anticoagulants), and other rodenticides cause hypercalcemia (depleting calcium levels).
These rodent baits come in blox forms, blocks, liquid, pellets and meal formulations.
Blox and Block Forms : Weatherproof
Pellets and Meal Forms: Non-weatherproof
Soft Forms: Non-weatherproof, outstanding acceptability by rodents (even with other food sources close by).
Sewer and Burrow Baiting: See individual product labels for restrictions or give us a call.
The following link, Rodent Baits, has a quick view of their usage.