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Bonide Revenge Moletox Mole and Gopher Killer is specially formulated to help protect your lawns and gardens against moles and pocket gophers. It contains Zinc Phosphide as its active ingredient which is effective in controlling and killing those pesky animals to prevent them from damaging your lawns. This poison bait comes in a cracked corn form which provides exellent bait acceptance. It is very economical too -- 1 teaspoon will efficiently treat an active tunnel or burrow.
|Active Ingredient:||Zinc Phosphide - 2.0%|
|Target pests:||Moles and Pocket Gophers|
|For use in:||Lawns|
|Application:||Below the Ground Applications
Bait Must be Added Directly into Burrow Systems
|Pet safe:||Yes, if used as directed on Label|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||CA, DC, NH, NC (Not for Use on Moles in Indiana)|
|Shipping Weight:||1.32 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Bonide (Mfg. Number: BON698)|
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Before treatment, check which burrows are active according to these methods: by pressing down a small section of the tunnel or by removing one inch section of the tunnel's roof. Mark these sections and check again after 24 hours. The burrow is considered active if the flattened runway has been raised up or if the roof has been fixed. Make sure to treat only active burrows.
Punch a hole carefully on top of active tunnels, drop a teaspoonful of product and close the hole with sod or stone. Do not collapse the runway again or allow loose oil to cover the bait. Check after a few days if burrows are still active. Repeat treatment if necessary.
For Pocker Gophers: Burrowing pocket gophers (Thoomomys spp and Geomys spp) throw out low, fan shaped mounds on either side of theor underground tunnel. These lateral tunnels coming to the surface are on the flat side of the fan and are plugged with soil. With a long-handled spoon, remove the plug carefully. Insert a teaspoonful as far down as possible. Reseal the opening but make sure to not cover the bait with soil.
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Moles love it -- I don't
By David in Satellite Beach, Florida on 04/03/2018
I have been feeding moles according to the instructions and they must be thriving on it because their numbers have kept going up. Don't get it because there are no signs of grubs or other insects that would be attracting them. I think they just like to eat the Moletox bait
By Jcollett in St. Simon's Island, GA on 05/20/2018
Used a stick in yard to poke holes in tunnels, them poured a few tablespoons in each hole. I then covered and mash tunnels down. After a couple weeks no moles!! I used the whole container at once and made multiple applications to each tunnel. It worked well.
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06/09/2018 H from Panama City Fl
QIs Bonide Revenge Moletox Mole and Gopher Killer safe to use around dogs?
A When used as directed, Bonide Revenge Moletox Mole and Gopher Killer can be used around dogs. Plus it is to be applied in the ground.
When used as directed, Bonide Revenge Moletox Mole and Gopher Killer can be used around dogs. Plus it is to be applied in the ground.