Active Constituents: 5.0g/kg IMIDACLOPRID, 1.0g/kg (Z) -9-TRICOSENE
For the control of adult house flies and lesser house flies in commercial, industrial and domestic areas (including organophosphate resistant strains).
Ready-to-use fly bait granules. Contains the attractant muscalure, and BITREX a bittering agent to reduce the possibility of accidental ingestion by animals, children and pets.
The ready-to-use fly bait granules found in a pack of QuickBayt Fly Bait allow for user-friendly application around target areas. Simply scatter as a dry fly bait or mix wtih water for a convenient paint-on suspension (see label for mixing instructions).
QuickBayt Fly Bait contains the fly sex attractant Z-(9)-tricosene, and BITREX® a bittering agent to reduce the possibility of accidental ingestion by animals, children and pets. It's the smarter way to fly bait.
The most effective and attractive fly bait on the market. Kills flies 3-5 times faster than other brands. Use in fly bait stations or scattered in areas out of reach of animals. Wetting QuickBayt Fly Bait increasing attractiveness. Applying QuickBayt Fly Bait to moistened hessian bags is an effective application method. Refresh weekly.
Powerful – Kills flies fast.
Effective – Controls flies resistant to organophosphates and carbamates.
Convenient – Ready-to-use scatter fly bait or paint-on application.
Strategic – Contains a specially formulated mixture of attractants.
Economical – Effective fly control contributes to better sanitation around commercial facilities.
User Friendly – Easy to mix and apply. Not a scheduled poison
Imidacloprid is a systemic insecticide which acts as a neurotoxin and belongs to a class of chemicals called the neonicotinoids. Neonicotinoids are a class of insecticides which act on the central nervous system of insects with lower toxicity to mammals. Imidacloprid is one of the most widely used insecticides and can be applied by soil injection, tree injection, application to the skin, broadcast foliar, ground application as a granular or liquid formulation, or as a pesticide-coated seed treatment.