Lodi Jade Rodent Poison Block Bait is a 'ready to use' block bait rat and mouse poison for AMATEUR USE, containing 0.005% bromadiolone. Sold in a 1.5kg tub.
For use in and around buildings only and in sewers.
When baiting, the priority is always to exclude non-target exposure as much as possible.
Methods of deployment are either bait stations (tamper proof bait boxes), bait points (an arrangement that uses materials and the local environment to restrict access to the bait), loose but inaccessible (an arrangement that uses the local environment to restrict access to the bait) or sewers.
Inside Rodent Bait Stations it can be inserted on the metal spikes to minimise removal and dispersal by rodents.
The product must never be placed indiscriminately
UK Authorisation Number UK-2013-0711
For rat infestations:
Rats have an intimate knowledge of their surroundings and as a result suffer varying degrees of neophobia (they are shy of anything new). This has a detrimental effect on control. It is vital not to disturb the natural environment until control has been achieved, so avoid 'tidying up' the area before baiting. To encourage them into the bait boxes, use natural and familiar materials to protect the boxes or better still bait the burrows, whilst ensuring that potential increased risks are managed.
Use bait points of 60-100g, 10m apart, reducing to 5m in heavy infestations.
If there is no sign of activity after 7-10 days, move bait points to areas of possible higher activity.
In sewers use bait points of 200 to 300g every 30 to 50m.
For mice infestations:
Mice exhibit a rapid investigatory response to new objects, but their interest wanes rapidly and they move on to something new. To be successful in controlling mice you need to be proactive. Move and refresh bait points every 2-3 days.
Use bait points of 20-30g, 5m apart, reducing to 2m in heavy infestation.
Mice are inquisitive so move the bait points every 2-3 days.
Contains 0.005% Bromadiolone.