BROMOLON

Ready to use bait is based on grains containing 0.005% (50 mg / kg) bromadiolone as an active ingredient. This drug by its appearance is a whole grain or mixture of whole and crushed grains. The grain is painted in red or another bright color that allows people to clearly differentiate the drug from pure grain.

The drug is pre-packed by 0.1-1.0 kg in plastic bags and by 1.0-10.0 kg in multilayer polymeric bags. Polymeric bags are packed in shipping containers – boxes of corrugated cardboard or kraft paper bags. Packages up to 5 kg inclusive are packed into shrinkable film. The label of each consumer package in addition to other information has mandatory inscription: “Warning – Poison”.

The drug should be stored with extreme caution (list A – in the cabinet under lock), in its original packaging, in dry and cool place, strictly out of the reach of children and pets, separately from food and feed, recording its entry and expenditure. Shelf life is 1 year from date of manufacture under specified storage conditions.

The bait by 100 g for rats and for mice by 25 g with a spoon shall be laid near rodent burrows and manholes, but out of the reach of children and pets. By observing above mentioned precautions Bromolon can be put into packages without its opening. It’s better to place bait in special boxes arranged so that it can be available to rodents only.

In every 100 sq.m depending on the pest colonization 1 to 5 bait sites shall be placed. As far as the bait is consumed more bait shall be added until complete cessation of palatability. Death of rats and mice shall begin 4-5 days after eating the bait.

In facilities populated by rodents periodically it is allowed to carry out preventive destructive measures. For these purposes a small amount of bait periodically shall be put in places of possible rodents’ occurrence.

ATTENTION! The drug has strict contraindications and specific instructions. All detailed instructions can be obtained in company website or in manuals on use.

Bromolon is used to control rats and mice in livestock farms and other facilities under veterinary supervision.

By its appearance is a whole grain or mixture of whole and crushed grains. The grain is painted in red or another bright color that allows people to clearly differentiate the drug from pure grain