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Rodenticides #6549668
06/04/19 11:00 PM
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I am not a licensed applicator, but I had a client ask what he should use to control mice in his garage. He said he can no longer find D-con and was looking for a good alternative. I told him Id see what I could find out and pass it along. All thoughts are welcome.

Re: Rodenticides [Re: webfootwhacker] #6549687
06/04/19 11:26 PM
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There are vendors who sell this product and others online. All of us in rural areas are facing this reality of products no longer being available. That is what is the coming attraction in E orders.

Re: Rodenticides [Re: webfootwhacker] #6549786
06/05/19 07:55 AM
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Originally Posted by webfootwhacker
I am not a licensed applicator, but I had a client ask what he should use to control mice in his garage. He said he can no longer find D-con and was looking for a good alternative. I told him Id see what I could find out and pass it along. All thoughts are welcome.


Snap traps and try to close up any obvious entry exit point.


Smile, you're an expert!
http://tdhpwildlifecontrol.webs.com/
Re: Rodenticides [Re: webfootwhacker] #6550096
06/05/19 07:12 PM
06/05/19 07:12 PM
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Hogslat sell some 2nd generation rodenticide that I love. What TDHP says is correct.

Last edited by run; 06/05/19 07:16 PM.
Re: Rodenticides [Re: webfootwhacker] #6550115
06/05/19 07:58 PM
06/05/19 07:58 PM
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We buy our rodenticide in 5g buckets. That's not going to help the average homeowner. Look for blocks of rodenticide at the hardware store, read the label and do what it says.

Re: Rodenticides [Re: webfootwhacker] #6551061
06/07/19 12:24 PM
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Hogslat sells rodenticide in 4lb. Bags. Some of my rodenticide I buy in big buckets.

Re: Rodenticides [Re: webfootwhacker] #6551712
06/08/19 07:33 PM
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Thanks guys, appreciate the responses.

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