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Rascal Brodifacoum Contact Gel 300g







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  • Rascal Brodifacoum contact gel is a ready to use rodenticide in covered bait stations or tamper-resistant bait stations for the control of mice indoors.
  • Rascal contact gel is an ideal product for use in situations where mice are refusing traditional baits or showing rodenticide resistance.
  • Available in a 300g tube.


Active Ingredient: Brodifacoum 0.005% w/w & Denatonium Benzodate 0.001% w/w.

Availability: Out of stock
SKU
RBRODG300

Rascal Brodifacoum Contact Gel is ready for use contact gel for the control of mice indoors.

Ideal for use in the Rotech Contact Tunnel For Mice

This product is made here in the UK. With the rising costs of importing products, it has never been a better time to buy British. Buying UK made product not only means you are helping to reduce our carbon footprint, but you are also supporting UK manufacturers. We’re proud to be a UK manufacturer and supporter of UK trade, and pride ourselves on manufacturing and sourcing the highest quality UK made products wherever possible.

UK Authorisation Number: UK-2014-0854-0001

To be used only by professional users holding certification demonstrating compliance with UK rodenticide stewardship regime requirements.
Read the label before use. Using this product in a manner that is inconsistent with the label may be an offence. Refer to the CRRU UK Code of Best Practice (or equivalent) for guidance.
When this product is supplied to a user for the control of rodents, it shall only be supplied to a professional user holding certification demonstrating compliance with UK rodenticide stewardship regime requirements.

Directions for use:
Read and follow the product information as well as any information accompanying the product or provided at the point of sale before using it. Where possible, prior to the treatment inform any bystanders (e.g. users of the treated areas and their surroundings) about the rodent control campaign. Consider preventative control measures (e.g. plug holes, remove potential food and drink as far as possible) to improve product intake and reduce the likelihood of reinvasion. Carry out a pre-baiting survey of the infested area and an on-site assessment in order to identify the rodent species, their places of activity and determine the likely cause and the extent of the infestation. 

MICE (Mus musculus): Low infestation: 5 - 15g in gel points every 5 metres. High infestation: 5 - 15g in gel points every 2 metres.

Application: Indoors: tamper resistant bait stations, covered and protected baiting points

Advice: Contact gel can be placed on strips of insulation tape or paper tape fixed to overhead pipe-ways and ductwork where non-target animals and humans do not have access to them. Contact gel can also be applied to holes in walls and partitions through which mice run.

Mice are very inquisitive and it may help the control program to move bait points every 2-3 days at the time when bait points are inspected or topped up. Make frequent inspections of the bait points during the first 10-14 days and replace any gel taken by rodents or that has been damaged by water or contaminated by dirt. If all gel has been taken from certain areas, increase the quantity of gel by placing more bait points. Do not increase the bait point size. Regularly check gel consumption and replace consumed or spoilt gel until consumption has stopped. Repeat treatment in situations where there is evidence of new infestations (e.g. fresh tracks, or droppings). It is important to ensure that gel strips cannot fall or become displaced onto sensitive areas during use. The frequency of visits to the treated area should be at the discretion of the operator, in the light of the survey conducted at the outset of the treatment. That frequency should be consistent with the recommendations provided by the relevant code of best practice.

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