Relocate traps for more successful rodent control

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August 29, 2018

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August 29, 2018


Ed Dolshun

Ed Dolshun, Technical Director and VP of Business Development, AP&G

It is not uncommon for numbers of captured rodents to drop after a successful initial trapping. Increase your chances for success by changing up your trapping sets, and moving traps to different locations within the account. It can also be helpful to move around other things that the remaining rodents have become accustomed to navigating around — like small furniture, boxes or other household items.

Doing so will force the rodents to re-explore their environment, and become more likely to encounter your newly positioned traps.

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Ed Dolshun is Technical Director and Northeast & Canada Regional Manager for AP&G.

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