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Rascal Bromadiolone Wax Block 10kg - Refill Box

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Rascal Wax Blocks are a ready-for-use bait formulated using high quality culinary grade wheat flour, blended with chopped wheat, other cereals and proteins which are bound together by edible waxes.

Contains: Bromadiolone 0.005% w/w & denatonium benzoate 0.001% w/w.

Control: Rats & mice.

Application: Indoors and outdoors (around buildings) and in sewers.

Availability: Out of stock
SKU
RBROMWB10

Rascal Wax Blocks are a ready-for-use bait formulated using high quality culinary grade wheat flour, blended with chopped wheat, other cereals and proteins which are bound together by edible waxes.

Contains: Bromadiolone 0.005% w/w & denatonium benzoate 0.001% w/w.

Control: Rats & mice.

Application: Indoors and outdoors (around buildings) and in sewers.

Nominal block weight 20g.

Authorisation number: UK-2012-0612-0002

 

Table Level of Infestation  Bait Points  Application  Advice 
Mice (Mus musculus)

Low 

High

Up to 40g every 5 metres

Up to 40g every 2 metres

Indoors and outdoors around buildings: tamper resistant bait stations, covered and protected
baiting points.
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. Sites where burrow baiting is used should be visited more frequently than those where secure bait boxes are employed.
Rats (Rattus norvegicus)

Low 

High 

Up to 200g every 10 metres

Up to 200g every 5 metres

Indoors and outdoors around buildings, in open areas, waste dumps and sewers: tamper resistant bait stations, covered and protected baiting points, direct application into the burrow. 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. Sites where burrow baiting is used should be visited more frequently than those where secure bait boxes are employed.
Rats in sewers (Rattus norvegicus) Up to 200g per manhole Anchored or applied in bait stations, covered and protected bait points. Baits must be applied in a way so that they do not come into contact with water and are not washed away.
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