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InVict Gold German Roach Bait Gel

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InVict Gold German cockroach bait gel contains the powerful active ingredient Imidacloprid. Invict Gold contains a residual ingredient for not only killing German roaches directly but also through the transfer effect. It eliminates colonies and is a useful addition in a roach prevention program. The gel applies easily to surfaces and lures bait-averse German cockroaches from their hiding spots. InVictGold roach bait gel works alongside other baits and is an effective addition to various integrated pest management programs.

  • Active Ingredient(s) Imidacloprid 2.15%
    Product Uses German Roaches only
    Sale Prohibited N/A
    Shipping Rate Free

    How InVict Roach Bait Gel Works

    Most cockroach baits, including InVict Gold, does not kill German roaches on contact. Invict slowly affect the roaches and let them infect other members after ingesting the bait. It's called the transfer effect. For example, a roach consumes the bait and goes back to the nest. It then infects other members through contact or by sharing food. InVict contains the active ingredient imidacloprid, which affects the central nervous system and causes paralysis and death. It works slowly upon contact or ingestion and can help to eliminate roach colonies within a few months.


    Where to Use InVict Gold Roach Bait

    Use InVict Gold cockroach bait indoors in areas where roaches travel and nest. Apply gel spots along the baseboards and under appliances, including beneath the cabinets and around plumbing pipes. Add the gel in other likely places such as electrical boxes, utility closets, crawlspaces and attics. It's safe to use in homes and businesses and can even be used in restaurants and other sensitive food-handling areas.

    Apply it outdoors around cracks and crevices, including the holes where cable wires and pipes enter the building. It's also a good idea to apply roach bait gel around windows and doors to target the insects as they enter and leave. Some common target areas include:

    • Kennels
    • Hospitals
    • Schools
    • Sewers
    • Government buildings

     

    Target Pests

    The active ingredient imidacloprid is used in many different insecticides and targets everything from ants and termites to wasps and ornamental pests. Although InVict contains this ingredient, it's labeled for use on German cockroaches. Its formula is specialized to lure bait-averse roaches that would normally bypass the bait and search for other food sources.


    Reasons to Use InVict Roach Gel Bait

    • Ready to use right out of the tube
    • Can be used indoors and outdoors
    • For residential, commercial and industrial use
    • Slow-acting poison targets the entire colony
    • Provides total German cockroach control

     

    Evict Roaches With InVict Gold Roach Bait

    When German cockroaches move in, evict them with InVict Gold cockroach bait gel. It has a unique formula that contains a slow-acting poison and 11 food-grade ingredients to lure the pests out from their nests and to kill the entire colony. No matter if roaches have infested a restaurant or a residence, InVict has the power to eliminate the insects in no time.

    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.

     

    LABEL:

    For additional information on this product please reference the CDMS label database listed below

    SDS/Labels
  • Not For Sale N/A
    Active Ingredient(s) Imidacloprid 2.15%
    Used For German Roaches only
    Manufacturer Rockwell Labs
    Shipping Free

    How InVict Roach Bait Gel Works

    Most cockroach baits, including InVict Gold, does not kill German roaches on contact. Invict slowly affect the roaches and let them infect other members after ingesting the bait. It's called the transfer effect. For example, a roach consumes the bait and goes back to the nest. It then infects other members through contact or by sharing food. InVict contains the active ingredient imidacloprid, which affects the central nervous system and causes paralysis and death. It works slowly upon contact or ingestion and can help to eliminate roach colonies within a few months.


    Where to Use InVict Gold Roach Bait

    Use InVict Gold cockroach bait indoors in areas where roaches travel and nest. Apply gel spots along the baseboards and under appliances, including beneath the cabinets and around plumbing pipes. Add the gel in other likely places such as electrical boxes, utility closets, crawlspaces and attics. It's safe to use in homes and businesses and can even be used in restaurants and other sensitive food-handling areas.

    Apply it outdoors around cracks and crevices, including the holes where cable wires and pipes enter the building. It's also a good idea to apply roach bait gel around windows and doors to target the insects as they enter and leave. Some common target areas include:

    • Kennels
    • Hospitals
    • Schools
    • Sewers
    • Government buildings

     

    Target Pests

    The active ingredient imidacloprid is used in many different insecticides and targets everything from ants and termites to wasps and ornamental pests. Although InVict contains this ingredient, it's labeled for use on German cockroaches. Its formula is specialized to lure bait-averse roaches that would normally bypass the bait and search for other food sources.


    Reasons to Use InVict Roach Gel Bait

    • Ready to use right out of the tube
    • Can be used indoors and outdoors
    • For residential, commercial and industrial use
    • Slow-acting poison targets the entire colony
    • Provides total German cockroach control

     

    Evict Roaches With InVict Gold Roach Bait

    When German cockroaches move in, evict them with InVict Gold cockroach bait gel. It has a unique formula that contains a slow-acting poison and 11 food-grade ingredients to lure the pests out from their nests and to kill the entire colony. No matter if roaches have infested a restaurant or a residence, InVict has the power to eliminate the insects in no time.

    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.

     

    LABEL:

    For additional information on this product please reference the CDMS label database listed below

    SDS/Labels
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    How InVict Roach Bait Gel Works

    Most cockroach baits, including InVict Gold, does not kill German roaches on contact. Invict slowly affect the roaches and let them infect other members after ingesting the bait. It's called the transfer effect. For example, a roach consumes the bait and goes back to the nest. It then infects other members through contact or by sharing food. InVict contains the active ingredient imidacloprid, which affects the central nervous system and causes paralysis and death. It works slowly upon contact or ingestion and can help to eliminate roach colonies within a few months.


    Where to Use InVict Gold Roach Bait

    Use InVict Gold cockroach bait indoors in areas where roaches travel and nest. Apply gel spots along the baseboards and under appliances, including beneath the cabinets and around plumbing pipes. Add the gel in other likely places such as electrical boxes, utility closets, crawlspaces and attics. It's safe to use in homes and businesses and can even be used in restaurants and other sensitive food-handling areas.

    Apply it outdoors around cracks and crevices, including the holes where cable wires and pipes enter the building. It's also a good idea to apply roach bait gel around windows and doors to target the insects as they enter and leave. Some common target areas include:

    • Kennels
    • Hospitals
    • Schools
    • Sewers
    • Government buildings

     

    Target Pests

    The active ingredient imidacloprid is used in many different insecticides and targets everything from ants and termites to wasps and ornamental pests. Although InVict contains this ingredient, it's labeled for use on German cockroaches. Its formula is specialized to lure bait-averse roaches that would normally bypass the bait and search for other food sources.


    Reasons to Use InVict Roach Gel Bait

    • Ready to use right out of the tube
    • Can be used indoors and outdoors
    • For residential, commercial and industrial use
    • Slow-acting poison targets the entire colony
    • Provides total German cockroach control

     

    Evict Roaches With InVict Gold Roach Bait

    When German cockroaches move in, evict them with InVict Gold cockroach bait gel. It has a unique formula that contains a slow-acting poison and 11 food-grade ingredients to lure the pests out from their nests and to kill the entire colony. No matter if roaches have infested a restaurant or a residence, InVict has the power to eliminate the insects in no time.

    Product status Available
    Product categories All Products , Insecticides , Roaches , searchCollection
    Product type Insecticide
    Product vendor Rockwell Labs
    Product barcode 013964093797
    Product price $40.00
    Size 300gr Caulk Tube