Racumin 8 Rat and Mouse Rodenticide
Active Ingredient: Coumatetralyl @ 8g/kg
Racumin 8 Rat and Mouse Rodenticide is a concentrated powder formulation made from Coumatetralyl, which can be used either as a tracking powder along rodent runways or it can be mixed with a range of bait materials such as cereal or fruit to make your own dry bait formulation.
Racumin 8 Rat and Mouse Rodenticide targets rats and mice with minimal risk of secondary poisoning.
Why choose Racumin 8 Rat and Mouse Rodenticide?
- Contains the active ingredient Coumatetralyl.
- Concentrated powder formulation.
- Targets rodents with minimal risk of secondary poisoning to pets or wildlife (Low risk of Secondary Poisoning).
- Bait can be tailor-made for difficult situations.
- A Two-pronged attack on rodents is possible by using tracking powder and other formulations.
- It can be mixed with various bait materials for a cost-effective dry-bait formulation.
- AQIS approved (for non-product areas) in export meat establishment.
- Registered for Macadamia, Sugar Cane and Pineapples.
Where can Racumin 8 Rat and Mouse Rodenticide be used;
- Meatworks (non-product areas)
- Domestic areas
- Industrial areas
- Wharf areas
- Around farm buildings
- Field crops (Sugar cane, Macadamias & Pineapples)
How is Racumin 8 Rat and Mouse Rodenticide applied;
- As a Tracking Powder:
- Sprinkle the concentrate, not too finely, in holes along runs and around hiding places.
- The rodents will ingest the poison when cleaning the powder from their feet.
- Leave the powder in place for at least 5 days and replenish as required.
- Do not apply as a blanket dust.
- As a Dry Bait
- Mix one part by concentrate weight with 20 parts of suitable bait material such as cereals or fruit.
- Choose bait that offers the rodents an alternative to the type of foodstuffs usually available.
- Place heaps of baits in areas of known rodent activity.
- Do not exceed 3 m between baits for mice or 9 m for rats.
- Follow the Baiting Strategies for non-crop situations detailed in Tips for Use.
How to get the most effective control when using Racumin 8 Rat and Mouse Rodenticide;
In all situations, eliminate as far as practicable all alternative food sources.
If baits are eaten quickly increase the number of baits.
Baiting for at least 2 weeks is necessary to reduce mouse or rat numbers but continue observation and bait replenishment until no more baits are taken.
Remove and destroy baits not taken at the conclusion of the rodent control program.
- Bait infested areas.
- Place baits undercover.
Inspect baits daily and replace eaten baits.
- If necessary, cover baits so that only rats and mice have access to them.
- Caution is required in use of this product in and near piggeries.
- Do not allow to contaminate pig food.
In crop situations.
- Baiting in crop situations should be as part of a comprehensive rodent control strategy.
- This includes encouragement of natural predators (owls), annual field clean up, weed control, clearance of adjacent scrub land, and strategically timed baiting.
- Obtain and practice crop management and rodent control strategies recommended by the appropriate local advisory bodies.
Pack Size: 1kg & 10kg
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