PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by The from Dolan Springs, Az
    07/11/2016
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    Will PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait be safe for geese and chickens?
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    PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait when applied as labeled will not be harmful to geese or chickens.

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  • Asked by Oralia from Tx
    08/03/2018
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    Is it bad for the chickens to eat the dead flies that died from exposure to the PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait?
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    According to the manufacturer, PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait when applied as labeled will not be harmful to chickens that consume dead flies. 

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  • Asked by Angela from Aurora
    07/26/2016
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    Can I spray PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait in my pig barn with my pigs in barn?
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    No, we would recommend removing animals from the area where you are treating with PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait. Also, be sure not to spray the areas where their food will touch so that it is not contaminated. 

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  • Asked by Michael from Houston, Tx
    08/26/2018
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    Is the PT Alpine Fly Bait a fogger for fruit flies?
    I have large parrots so this time of year in houston i have a fruit fly issue. I have a commander tri-jet fogger and I can move the birds outside for a good part of the day to apply product.
    A

    PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait is not a fogger, but it can be used for fruit flies.  It is a pressurized fly bait that may be applied to multiple surfaces to attract and kill fruit flies as well as a number of other different flies.  

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  • Asked by Oralua from Corpus Christi, Tx
    08/03/2018
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    Is it bad for the chickens to eat the dead flies that died from exposure to the PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait?
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    According to the manufacturer, PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait when applied as labeled will not be harmful to chickens that consume dead flies. 

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  • Asked by Wil from Portland, Or
    12/04/2016
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    Is this PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait only available in a pressurized can?
    Is there a version of this product that can be applied with a pump sprayer or similar from concentrate?
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    PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait is only available in an aerosol.  The MaxForce Fly Spot is one that can be mixed with water and sprayed.

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  • Asked by Andy from Downers Grove
    07/18/2019
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    Can PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait be used in a basement.?
    Blow flies in unfinished basement. Can I spray on floor and window sill of basement. I hear others say they spray on window sills. Is that ok?
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    Yes, PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait can be used on window sills and other areas where flies congregate. Such areas include garbage receptacles and lids, refuge containers, under tables and benches, recycling bins, dumpsters, behind vending machines, plant/flower pots, under bars, eave areas, walls and/or areas where flies are likely to congregate or infest. DO NOT apply bait in areas that are frequently cleaned. This product will not adhere to surfaces that are dusty or greasy.

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  • Asked by Bill from Hutchinson, Mn
    12/04/2018
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    Where is the lot number on the can of PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait?
    Which numbers do you use.
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    The lot number on a can of PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait will be found on the bottom of the can. The actual lot number is the set of numbers, usually made up of 9 digits, located on the bottom row.

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  • Asked by Rob from Phoenix, Az
    06/26/2018
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    Does PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait work well as a bait?
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    PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait is a bait and does an excellent job attracting and eradicating flies.

    How to Get Rid of Flies Treatment Article

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  • Asked by Dave from Atascadero, Ca
    03/10/2016
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    Is the PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait registered in California?
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    PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait is not registered for sale to CA.

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  • Asked by Jose from Washington Dc
    05/17/2019
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    How do I prevent PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait from staining my walls?
    I sprayed on my wall as a spot treatment and it left a stain mark
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    PT Alpine Pressurized Fly Bait should not stain walls when applied as directed.  However since some colors can show water marks more than others, it is always recommended to test in a small area before using over bigger areas.  If staining on the wall is an issue we would recommend not applying to the area or applying to something that you could then hang in the area on the wall.  

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