Restricted Use Product - This product can only be purchased by calling our customer service dept. at 866-581-7378. You must fax us a valid pest control applicator's license.
Tracking powder contains a toxicant mixed with special carriers that adhere to the rodent's fur and paws. It is ingested when the rodent grooms. Tracking powder is insoluble in water which prolongs the effects of the powder, making it ideal for tough jobs. Tracking powder is good to use under controlled conditions when bait acceptance is poor. Apply just teaspoon amounts in bait stations, rodent runways, burrows, wall voids or other areas where rodents travel. Do not use it in drafty locations where it could become air borne ot where it could contaminate food or surfaces that come in contact with food. Bell's tracking powders are restricted-use pesticides.
|Target pests:||Norway rats, roof rats and house mice|
|For use in:||Good to use under controlled conditions when bait acceptance is poor, indoors in homes, industrial plants, agricultural buildings and other similar structures, may also be dusted into rat burrows along the periphery of buildings|
|Application:||Apply just teaspoon amounts in bait stations, rodent runways, burrows, wall voids or other areas where rodents travel|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||Non Licensed consumers|
|Manufactured By:||Bell Labs|
Ditrac Tracking Powder
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February 12, 2014Anon asked:
QOnce applied by a professional, does tracking powder eventually lose its effectiveness or become stale?
AThe Ditrac Tracking Powder does not become stale or less effective over time. Due to the fact that Ditrac is not concidered a bait and does not contain food attractants, the Ditrac will remain effective.