Neosorexa Gold Grain Rodenticides
Neosorexa Gold is a ready-to-use rodenticide for the control of mice, brown rats and black rats including strains resistant to other anticoagulants.
Neosorexa Gold achieves superior control under a wide range of baiting conditions
- Multi-purpose, cut wheat bait for effective and consistent control
- Extremely palatable with Fortec™ technology for increased bait consumption
- A lethal dose consumed within just one day
- Proven superior performance to conventional baits
Neosorexa Gold is a mixture of foraging grains and cut wheat contained within the rodent bait. It is the first rodent bait to use Fortec™ technology. This improves the palatability for rats and mice, reducing rodents natural fear to the introduction of something new to their environment.
What is Fortec™?
Extensive foraging grain research and studies of rodent behaviour have established an understanding of the key elements in food or feed that makes it appealing to rodents so that they eat more of it. Based on these insights BASF has developed and patented the Fortec™ technology. Fortec is built into Neosorexa Gold, leading to significant increases of bait take.
Also, this considerably improves the likelihood of rats and mice eating the rodenticide. Foraging grains are more appealing. The key to the technology lies in making the added grains sufficiently different from the bulk of the rodent bait. In size, shape, colour, smell, taste and texture. Also important is the amount and quality of grain in the rat and mouse bait and the subtlety of the bait flavour.
How to use rat and mouse bait
Survey your premises inside and out to determine the extent and location of the rodent infestation once rats and mice are seen.
- Rat runs along walls and in vegetation around buildings
- Check for rat holes, especially near water, up to 100 m away
- Check inside buildings for damage and rodent droppings
- Vermin tracks in dust and mud
For rat control:
Place up to 200 g of the Neosorexa Gold bait every 5 to 10 meters in dry locations within the infested area, near burrows, on runways and where rat droppings have been seen. Cover rat poison to prevent access by children, animals or birds. Use covers constructed from drainpipes, open-ended boxes, or sheets of metal or wood secured at an angle against a wall.
For mice control:
Place up to 30 g of the Neosorexa Gold bait 1-2 meters apart where there are signs of activity such as mouse droppings, gnawing or tracks. Protect baits as indicated above. Inspect mouse baits frequently, replacing eaten bait as required. Increase the quantity if a mouse bait point is completely consumed. Replenish until the bait is left untouched by the vermin.
Place the bait in tamper resistant bait stations or covered and protected bait points.