Alpine Cockroach Gel Bait Rotation 1pcs
How Alpine Cockroach Gel Bait Works
Alpine Cockroach Gel Bait uses the active ingredient Dinotefuran. Dinotefuran is a newer non-repellent active ingredient that the EPA has granted Reduced Risk status for public health use. Dinotefuran is part of the insecticide class neonicotinoids, neuro-active insecticides that are modelled after nicotine. Dinotefuran is a central nervous system inhibitor that takes effect after insects ingest it. The effects of the active ingredient are slow enough that roaches who have consumed Alpine Cockroach Gel Bait will come in contact with other roaches and transfer the active ingredient, either directly or indirectly through feeding on faeces or poisoned carcasses. There is no known pest resistance to dinotefuran.
Alpine Cockroach Gel Bait can be used for virtually any roach infestation when a gel bait is desired. The active ingredient dinotefuran is especially helpful for roach populations that have developed resistance to older or more popular baits. Alpine has an extremely broad label and can be used even in very sensitive situations, especially when sprays are either prohibited or undesirable. Gel baits are not ideal for preventative measures as they may attract roaches that were otherwise not in the area. Be sure to eliminate competing food and water sources for best results.