Bell debuts Ditrac for ground squirrels

|  August 20, 2015

Ditrac Ground Squirrel BaitFrom the makers of PCQ, Bell Laboratories introduces new Ditrac Ground Squirrel bait, with the multi-feed, first-generation anticoagulant diphacinone. It can be used for the control of the California ground squirrel (Otospermophilus beecheyi) in California, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona and North Dakota.

Specifically developed to appeal to this squirrel species, the bait is available in a 12-lb. pail or 50-lb. bag, with its active ingredient at 0.005 percent. The formula competes with California ground squirrel’s natural food sources.

“This non-restricted rodenticide will give pest professionals an excellent tool to control ground squirrels around man-made structures,” says Bell’s Western Technical Representative, Jeremy Davis. “We are confident that users will find the same great results with Ditrac Ground Squirrel Bait as they found with P.C.Q. over the past 30 years.”

Ditrac Ground Squirrel Bait is a non-restricted use product that can be applied within 100 ft. of man-made structures when used with a secured, tamper-resistant bait station.

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