Selontra is based on the non-anticoagulant rodenticide cholecalciferol, at 0.075%, presented as a highly palatable soft block formulation. Cholecalciferol is effective against anticoagulant-resistant Norway rats and house mice. It is not bioaccumulative or persistent and therefore presents relatively lower secondary poisoning risks to non-target species, such as birds of prey, compared to second generation anticoagulants. Areas and types of use are indoors and outdoors around buildings, permanent baiting, tamper-resistant bait stations and in covered and protected baiting points. An additional training certificate must be provided before purchasing Selontra®. The free-of-charge training can be found here www.training.selontra.com. Once you have received your certificate please forward a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Selontra® is an innovative rodenticide bait that offers several unique advantages for professional users. The product contains the active substance cholecalciferol which has a different mode of action to the predominantly used anticoagulant rodenticides. Selontra® contains cholecalciferol in a highly palatable bait matrix. This unique combination enables Selontra® to control rodent infestations up to three times faster than with anticoagulant rodenticides, even large infestations may be controlled within as few as seven days. This means that Selontra® stops rodent damage and contamination quicker, saving end users time and money. Selontra® controls rats and mice, including strains resistant to other rodenticides. Bait may only have to be placed for 7 days to achieve control provided that sufficient bait for the size of the infestation is placed on day 1 of the treatment. Inspect baits 1-2 days after the first placement and replace eaten bait. If a bait point is completely consumed, replace with the maximum amount of bait at that bait point. This will ensure optimum control in the shortest time is achieved. Inspect baits regularly (at least weekly) in order to check whether the bait is accepted, the bait stations are intact and to remove rodent bodies. Continue placing bait every 7 days until consumption ceases. Note that if an insufficient amount of bait is used at any time of the treatment, this may lead to sub-optimal results. This is especially important due to the stop-feeding effect after 24 hours.