Why Rozol Prairie Dog Bait?
- Control: Palatable and effective throughout the use season – Early Fall, Early Winter, Late Winter.
- Weatherability: Does not lose its effectiveness when wet.
- Waits for the rodent: When placed in the burrow, the anticoagulant bait is stable; it takes effect after the rodent eats the bait.
- Formulated with grain and chlorophacinone (50 ppm), a multi-feed anticoagulant rodenticide; Vitamin K1 is the antidote.
- Available in 25 pound pails and 50 pound bags.
- 25 lb. pail: 200 1/4 cup burrow treatments or 7–10 acres of typical infestation.*
- 50 lb. bag: 400 1/4 cup burrow treatments or 14–20 acres of typical infestation.*
* Assuming 20–28 burrows per acre.
- Type/appearance: Blue-green kernels. Approximately 751 grain kernels per ounce or 12,000 kernels per pound of product.
- EPA Reg. #7173-286.
Rozol Prairie Dog Bait (EPA Reg.#7173-286) is a Restricted Use Pesticide (RUP) approved for use by state certified pesticide applicators in CO, KS, MT, ND, NE, NM, OK, SD, TX & WY. Application is restricted to the period from October 1st through March 15th unless otherwise specified in Endangered Species Bulletins.
It is a federal offense to use any pesticide in a manner that results in the death of a threatened or endangered species. Use of Rozol PDB may pose a hazard to threatened or endangered species.
When using Rozol PDB, you must follow the measures contained in the Endangered Species Protection Bulletin valid for the area and month in which you are applying the product. Because Bulletins may change, it is mandatory to access them no more than 6 months prior to planned Rozol use.