Alpine Cockroach Gel Bait Rotation 1
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- Target Pests
Product OverviewResearch has demonstrated that some cockroaches have a propensity to develop bait aversion, particularly when a single gel bait product is exclusively used. To combat this bait aversion, BASF has developed Alpine cockroach Gel Bait Rotation 1 and Alpine Cockroach Gel Bait Rotation 2.
This fast-acting bait combination provides a supply of bait that is attractive to and effective against both gel-bait-averse and non-gel-bait-averse cockroaches.
Benefits & UseAlpine Cockroach Gel Bait Rotations 1 & 2 Reservoirs contain dinotefuran, an effective active ingredient that has been granted Reduced Risk status by the EPA for both public health use and food handling establishments. Its mode of action quickly and effectively controls cockroach strains that are or may become resistant to the active ingredients found in many other sprays and baits.
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- Label / SDS
- Tech Specs
Label / SDSProduct Label
Tech SpecsActive Ingredient: Dinotefuran .5%
Formulation: Cockroach Bait
Approved Sites: Per label instructions. For use in and around Commercial, Institutional, and Warehousing Establishments (including Computer Facilities, Food/Feed Processing Plants, Hospitals, Hotels, Laboratories, Motels, Nursing Homes, Pet Shops, Restaurants, Schools, Supermarkets, Warehouses, and Zoos); Residences; and Transportation Equipment (Aircraft, Boats, Buses, Ships, and Trains).
Application Information: Please refer to the product label for complete application instructions.
Spot Treatment: To apply gel, remove cap from tip of applicator tube. Apply gel in a 3 to 6 millimeter diameter spot (0.25 to 0.50 gram). Approximately 10 spots per 100 square feet are recom- mended for use under conditions with low to moderate infestation. For more severe infestations, approximately 20 spots per 100 square feet are recommended. Apply many spots in areas of roach traffic and suspected harbor- age. Numerous small application spots are preferable to fewer larger application spots. Bait may be placed on top of or prior to non-repellent insecticide applications.
DO NOT treat food preparation surfaces. DO NOT apply gels to areas that have been recently sprayed with a repel- lent insecticide. DO NOT spray repellent insecticide products over gel placements as this may make gel repel- lent and reduce its effectiveness. DO NOT place treatments in locations where routine cleaning might remove bait or transfer bait to food or food preparation surfaces.
This product will stick to surfaces that are not dusty or greasy. Reapply if gel placements are no longer visible and/or reinfestation occurs. Replace cap when finished dispensing gel. Use paper towel to remove unwanted bait placements and then discard in trash.
Crack & Crevice Treatment: This product can be applied as spots or as a line along cracks and crevices. Gel bait should be applied directly into cracks and crevices where insects hide. Place the applica- tor tip directly into cracks and crevices and deposit gel in small spots or in a continuous bead. Bait should be in the void area and not on open or exposed surfaces.
Food Handling Establishments: Application within food areas of food handling establishments is limited to cracks and crevices where insects hide. To apply gel, remove cap from tip of applicator tube. Apply gel in a 3 to 6 millimeter diameter bead (0.25 to 0.50 gram). Approximately 10 bait placements per 100 square feet are recommended for use under condi- tions with low to moderate infestation. For more severe infestations, approximately 20 bait placements per 100 square feet are recommended. Numerous small applications are preferable to fewer larger applications. Bait should not be used in open areas or on surfaces where contamination of food or food handling equipment may occur. Replace cap when finished dispensing gel. Reapply gel if previous applications are no longer visible and/or reinfestation occurs.
Outdoor Use: Inject into cracks and crevices around windows and doors, porches, screens, eaves, patios, garages, under stairways, and other areas adjacent to structures where cockroaches may find harborage.Not For Sale To:
EPA Registration: 499-507