Since granular rodent baits were banned I have looked for a locally available and effective replacement. In my experience no self-respecting rodent would touch a green block with a ten foot pole. I discovered possibly three Norway rat nests in the insulated area under the floor of an unoccupied mobile home I bought and was working on. There was no human or animal food sources inside, or any activity at indoor bait stations with green blocks. I ordered Solontra and placed three stations with three blocks each on the ground under the suspect areas, based on rat urine smell, starting about a month ago. The bait was consumed every night for about a week and then ceased. I found one dead rat about 100' away. After about 4 days consumption resumed for about another week. I am finally down to one nest I believe. Consumption had ceased for 8 days and resumed last night. I am wondering at this point if it is possible for smart rats to continue eating sublethal doses indefinitely. I will continue to bait and monitor stations there and around my home using Solontra from now on. I would be interested to know more about maintaining the shelf life of this product.
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