PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Liquid poison concentrate which needs to be mixed with water and placed in bait stations. Works well where water is scarce or during droughts when rodents are actively seeking water.
TARGET PESTS: Rats and mice.
RATE OF APPLICATION: Mix one bag with one quart of water and set out in LIQUID BAIT STATIONS. Make sure to keep away from where children or pets may have access and be sure to inspect weekly to keep bait refreshed. Replace as needed.
PRODUCT DOCUMENTS: SPECIMEN LABEL MSDS SHEET
OTHER BAITS: GOPHER BAIT STRYCHNINE BASED MARTINS MOLE BAIT RCO POISON PEANUTS PRE-BAITED TAMPER RESISTANT MOUSE BAIT STATION PRE-BAITED TAMPER RESISTANT RAT BAIT STATION TALPIRID WORMS
RELATED PRODUCTS: PECAN PASTE LIQUID BAIT STATIONS
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Dave Stites says
Had enough of the chipmunks. 2 questions. What size jar of Pecan Paste do you mix with the 1.7 oz of Liquatox? How much of the mixture do you put in the sandwich bag? Please advise. Thanks
Basically its 1 pouch of liquatox per 8 oz jar of pecan paste. This can then be divided up into 4 amounts which should be placed in a small baggie (snack or sandwich size works well). Specific directions are in our article here:
Here are links to the seed and Pecan Paste; you’re already on the Liquatox page..
Pecan Paste: https://bugspray.com/traps/lure/pecan-paste
Mixed Seed: https://bugspray.com/traps/lure/mixed-seed
Benjamin Collins says
We live in the low hills in SW Reno, NV. California Ground Squirrels are a problem. Liquatox and Trappers Choice Pecan did the trick. I recommend calling the suppliers techs and discussing with them your problem. I found paper “Dixie Cups” cut down to about 1/2 inch tall works better than ziplock bags. It takes several days for the rodents to take the bait.
@Benjamin Collins: We agree that using something like a cut down cup makes for a better feeding station compared to a zip lock bag. The key here to make sure there is little or no chance of contaminating the mixture.
So for example, in areas where it might rain, the zip lock is usually the better option to insure the mixture doesn’t get washed out. But if you’re able to make safe, “open” placements, you’ll almost always get faster results using something like a cut down drinking cup.
Thanks for the feedback; its good to hear our products are working well!