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JT Eaton

JT Eaton Bait Block Rodenticide Peanut Butter Flavorizer (709-PN) - Pail (9 Lbs)

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When rats and mice invade properties, they may transmit diseases to people. Because they gnaw each day, they may also cause damage to homes and businesses, such as chewing through wires and walls. JT Eaton Bait Block rodenticide eliminates mice and rats in as little as four days. Its delicious peanut butter flavor lures the rodents and starts to work at the moment of ingestion. Each pail now comes with 144 of 1 oz blocks instead of 72 of 2 oz blocks. These will now fit in most bait stations. Same weight = 9 lb pail.

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Active Ingredient(s) diphacinone: 0.005%
Pest Control When rats and mice invade properties, they may transmit diseases to people. Because they gnaw each day, they may also cause damage to homes and businesses, such as chewing through wires and walls. JT Eaton Bait Block rodenticide eliminates mice and rats in as little as four days. Its delicious peanut butter flavor lures the rodents and starts to work at the moment of ingestion.
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How JT Eaton Bait Block Rodenticide Works

JT Eaton Bait Block rodenticide contains diphacinone, a lethal substance for rodent pests. It's an anticoagulant and causes internal hemorrhaging, leading to a rodent's death. Although this rodenticide has a small percentage of the active ingredient, it's more than enough to kill the pests within a week. In fact, dead rats and mice may be seen on the property around the four-day mark.


Where to Use JT Eaton Bait Blocks

Use JT Eaton Bait Block rodenticide indoors and outdoors to target rats and other rodents. Set up the peanut butter-flavored bait around trash bins and near openings in the foundation. Place it inside homes out of the reach of children and pets, such as in the attic or in the storage room beneath the stairs. It works to control the rodent population in businesses such as offices and hotels, including high-traffic areas like terminal buildings. This rodenticide even keeps rats and mice out of transportation vehicles such as trains and ships.


Target Pests

JT Eaton Bait Block rodenticide targets mice, rats, voles and other rodents. It's primarily used to control the population of Norway rats and house mice in homes and businesses. It also eliminates roof rats, field mice and other common rodents that have infested interior and exterior areas.


Benefits of Using JT Eaton Rodenticide

  • Targets numerous rodents such as roof rats and house mice
  • Kills rodents within four to seven days
  • Perfect for controlling rodents indoors and outdoors
  • Attracts rats and mice with a peanut butter flavor
  • Works on transport vehicles and in agricultural buildings

 

Eliminate Rats With JT Eaton Bait Blocks

Stop mice and rat infestations with JT Eaton Bait Block rodenticide. It has an active ingredient for effectively and successfully killing rodents within one week of ingestion. The peanut butter flavor is hard to resist for rats, mice and voles, tempting them to the blocks multiple times. For serious rodent control indoors and outdoors, set out JT Eaton baiting blocks to see maximum results.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.

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