ZYNRAT ® DN Fresh Pasta is a rodenticide paste bait ready for use. For the control of infestation of brown rat or sewer (Rattus norvegicus) and common mouse (Mus musculus), in all stages of development. It contains difenacoum, active ingredient anticoagulant of second generation. Thanks to its mode of action, the death of rodents occurs without arousing suspicion of the bait by the other members of the colony. ZYNRAT ® DN Fresh Pasta has a unique and patented formulation of PASTA PLUS ( patent Nº: 1 279 334 81) that combines food components such as milk flour, sugar and cereals enriched fats, to maximize its palatability against species of rodents, indicated above. The bat in pasta is extremely versatile, since it is very appetizing, and its use is indicated in areas of the domestic environment or private life, as in livestock areas, according to the Non-professional or professional livestock registry, respectively. ZYNRAT ® DN Fresh Pasta incorporates a bitter tasting substance (Denatonium Benzoate) to prevent accidental intake by non-target animals.
Dosage and frequency of application:
For common mouse control (Mus musculus) – interior:
- High infestation: up to 50 g of bait per bait point, every 2 m.
- Low infestation: up to 50 g of bait per bait point, every 5 m.
The bait holder should be checked at least every 2 – 3 days at the beginning of the treatment and subsequent, at least once a week, to check the acceptance of the bait, that the bait holder are intact and to remove dead rodents. Recharge the holly holder when necessary. For the control of brown rat or sewer (Rattus norvegicus) – interior and around buildings:
- High infestation: up to 100 g of bait per bait point, every 5 m.
- Low infestation: up to 100 g of bait per bait point, every 10 m.
The bait holder should be chedd 5-7 days after the start of the treatment and subsequently, at least once a week, to check the acceptance of the bait, that the bait holder are intact and to remove dead rodents. Recharge the holly holder when necessary. Around buildings: Place the bait holder in areas not subject to flooding. Replace baits that have been damaged by water or contaminated by dirt.