Recommendations for successful treatment

As soon as the first indicators of a presence are detected, it is important to implement an effective programme:
First of all, to ensure that bait is taken quickly by rodents, other available food sources in the area should be eliminated as far as possible.
Feeding behaviour differs among rats and mice. Rats have a reduced activity perimeter around their burrows.
When rats find a source of food, they consume the amount that they need. To treat successfully, it is therefore very important to identify the place where the rats are living, so as to place the bait as near as possible to their burrows and/or tracks.
Mice have eclectic behaviour and consume small quantities of various sources of food. Treatment for mice therefore requires the area to be covered with several stations.

  Identify the rodent. Locate signs of their presence and damage (droppings, burrows, nests).
  Treatment should be carried out according to the level of infestation that has been estimated from the signs of their presence and damage.
  Place the product as near as possible to these indicators. Bait must be deposited safely so as to minimize the risk of it being consumed by non-target animals. If possible, secure bait, for example in a closed bait station, so that it is not taken elsewhere.

Depending on the level of infestation, the duration of treatment may be from 2 to 5 weeks.
The product's action can be observed within 4 to 6 days from the product being ingested by the rodents.
Try to collect dead rodents often and at regular intervals during treatment, for reasons of hygiene and so that they are not consumed by other animals.
Dispose of dead rodents in line with local regulations.
Remove all bait after treatment is completed and dispose of it in line with local regulations.