Pindone P&R is a first generation anticoagulant poison cereal based pellet
Pindone does not pose the same secondary poison risk as second generation anticoagulants do.
Because of its low toxicity, Pindone will not be very effective on mice.
Approved for use in bait stations on conservation land and suitable for use in sensitive environments.
Very low risk of primary or secondary poisoning to domestic pets and native wildlife.
If pets do ingest Pindone, Vitamin K is an effective antidote.
You don’t need to obtain a license for use within a bait station.
The bait is dyed green to deter birds and other native wildlife.
A very cost-effective way to control rats.
Use in a Pied Piper bait station, manufactured especially for rat pellet baits.
Suitable for low to medium possum infestations.
How to use Pindone for Rats.
1. Bait stations should be placed 50-100 metres apart.
2. Place enough pellets into the bait station to maintain an uninterrupted supply of fresh bait for at least 10 days or until signs of rat activity cease.
3. Rats will return to the bait station nightly and keep eating till they die. Death occurs 4 to 11 days after bait consumption.
4. DO NOT lay bait if heavy rain is expected within a day of laying the bait.
A CSL licence is required for aerial or broadcasting.
Protecting people, crops and native species from pests and disease