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ROMAX Venom Wheat Brodifacoum

WG016 - Romax Venom Wheat 4kg
Professional use only - Please contact us for pricing
WG034 - Romax Venom Wheat 20kg
Professional use only - Please contact us for pricing

Specification

The Romax Venom active ingredient is infused within the core of the seed giving a product and active that when consumed is particularly potent to rodents. Approved for use ‘in and around buildings’ for rats and mice.

Usage

As a distributor of many forms of professional and amateur use rodenticide PestFix actively supports and promotes the Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide Use to its customer base. PestFix is a registered CRRU supporter.

The CRRU aims to protect wildlife while promoting and providing effective rodent control through the responsible use of rodenticides.

For further details on CRRU visit www.thinkwildlife.org

We ask that ALL of our customers, whether you are an amateur user or professional user to follow the CRRU Code at ALL times

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.

Always read and use rodenticides in accordance with the manufacturer's label on the product container, these notes are intended for basic guidance in product selection and order quantity and are not intended for use as instructions by the user.

1. Site survey- Before placing the bait, carry out a site survey to establish the type (i.e. rodent species), level and extent of infestation. Check any possible rodents’ points of access, burrows, hidden places and eliminate all sources of water and food. Identify the most suitable places for the placing of the bait, e.g. fresh droppings, inside or near burrows, runways and feeding places. To minimise the use of rodenticide baits, in particular for rodents’ treatments in sensitive areas (e.g. food industries, grain storage facilities and animal rearing), the use of non-toxic baits should be the preferred approach.

2. Treatment - With the help of gloves, fix the baits in bait stations, where these are not available, fix the baits in place using a wire or a nail inside pieces of drainage pipe or on trays under tiles, making sure that they are safely secured so that rodents cannot carry them away. Always make sure that baits are adequately protected from children and non-target animals, such as pets and birds.

Application rate:

For mouse infestations, use bait points of up to 50 g. Place bait points 5 metres apart, reducing to 2 metres in areas of high infestation.

For rat infestations, use bait points of up to 100 g. Place bait points 10 metres apart, reducing to 5 metres in areas of high infestation.

3. Monitoring - Make regular inspections of the bait points (recommended every 3 or 4 days) and replace any bait that has been eaten by rodents, damaged by water or contaminated by dirt.

4. End of treatment - Treatment period can be considered concluded when baits remain uneaten. Search for, collect and dispose of the remains of bait and any remaining rodent bodies and dispose them safely complying with legislation regarding the correct disposal of waste. Dead rodents and bait found outside bait stations should be disposed of using protective gloves.

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