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Bonide Moletox II

Bonide Moletox II
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Moletox II with Zinc Phosphide has been a proven poison against moles. Moletox II uses cracked corn for great bait acceptance. It has a wax coating that makes it weather proof and it will last a long time in the ground. Moletox II is a ready-to-use poison bait for use against moles and pocket gophers in non-crop areas such as lawns and golf courses.. It also helps to protect bulbs at fall planting.


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Bonide Moletox II -Mole and Gopher Killer #698

Moletox II Mole and Gopher Killer with Zinc Phosphide has been a proven poison against moles. Moletox II uses cracked corn for great bait acceptance. It has a wax coating that makes it weather proof and it will last a long time in the ground. Moletox Mole and Gopher Killer is a ready-to-use poison bait for use against moles and pocket gophers in non-crop areas such as lawns and golf courses.. It also helps to protect bulbs at fall planting.

How Moles Are Indicated

The activity of moles will produce a network of surface ridges in the turf. You can also see a series of conical mounds of earth pushed up from deep burrows. Bulb damage is also an indicator of mole activity.

Moletox II - Kills Moles

Burrows:
First, determine which burrows are active. Make a hole in a tunnel or press down a small section of the tunnel. Mark these sections and wait 24-48 hours. If the tunnel that had been flattened has been raised up or the hole has been resealed, the burrow is active. Only treat active burrows. Make a hole in the top of an active tunnel (careful not to crush the tunnel) and drop one teaspoon in the hole. Close the hole with sod or a stone. After a few days, check to see if the tunnel is still active by the prescribed methods above. If the burrows are still active, repeat treatment.

Conical Mounds:
Using a long-handled spoon, remove center plug from the conical mound and drop a teaspoon of Moletox II into the underground tunnel. Use sod or rock to close the opening. Do not allow loose dirt to cover bait.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Pro Tips Not Available
Packaging 1 lb
Manufacturer Bonide, #698, UPC: 037321006985
Product Label Moletox Product Label
SDS MSDS
More PDF's No
Target Pest moles and pocket gophers
Active Ingredient (s) Zinc Phosphide 2.0%
For Use : Lawns, golf courses and other non-crop areas.
Yield N/A
Mixture|Application N/A
Application No
Retreatment retreat active burrows
Shipping Restrictions CA, DC, MI, NC, NH
More Instructions Do not apply in gardens and areas where food or feed may be contaminated. Zinc Phosphide does have secondary poisoning to birds of prey like hawks and pets.
Reviews

Customer Reviews 5 item(s)

Works!
This is a product that really works for mole control. The user must pay attention in how to apply it to the runway otherwise you will not get the results you want. In the late summer months I do a yard walk every day in the morning looking for new signs of moles. I live next to a farm and mole control is a problem in my yard but again this stuff works very well.
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Review by JM / (Posted on 5/14/2017)
I mix it with P-nut Butter
I've actually found some dead ones laying above-ground. This stuff works.
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Review by P-nut Butter mix / (Posted on 4/24/2015)
Works very well.
Using multiple doses over the course of two or three weeks, this is very effective. Some people think they can put one dose in a tunnel and that should do it. Those people are wrong. This stuff only kills the moles that eat it. Two days after dosing, I stomp the tunnels down. If the tunnel come back up, or if new ones appear, I dose them immediately. And this is an ongoing maintenance issue. I keep at it throughout the summer when (and IF) a tunnel appears. No one ever permanently rids their lawn of moles unless they poison the entire lawn, which I will not do. This is safe, effective, and restricted to the moles and gophers (occasional chipmunk, too). The only moles I have now come in the early spring and they're gone for good by May.
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Review by EC / (Posted on 4/13/2014)
Moletox II -- another use
I recently ordered four of these because I first ordered from my local supply store who no longer carries it. I stumbled on to another use purely by accident. I thought I'd mix it with peanut butter (don't ask me why). Sat the container of it I'd mixed in my detached garage and something made me forget it was there. Forgot about the stuff in the garage. Went in there a few days later and found dead mice. I guess THEY like the stuff (if not moles). So, I've less of this vermin trying to get inside my home when it gets cold. I ordered more to keep putting it in my garage (no other animal can get in - well insulated but mice can squeeze into 1/2 inch opening - let 'em come in!).
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Review by PC / (Posted on 11/1/2013)
Useless!
I used the entire bottle in a 2500 sqft. lawn riddled with mole tunnels for a period of two weeks. Moles must have enjoyed it and continue to thrive!

DIY Response: Thanks for your feedback about Moletox. Customers have reported the best results using Talpirid Mole Bait.
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Review by Larry / (Posted on 10/28/2013)

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