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Racumin® Tracking Powder – REG. NO. L2800 Act No. 36 of 1947 An anti-coagulant poison for control of the Norway Rat, Roof Rat and House Mouse in and around human and animal dwellings, factories and warehouses.
Racumin® Tracking Powder should be sprinkled, not too thinly, in rat holes, on rat runs and around hiding places. Leave the powder down for at least 5 days and replenish as required.
Thoroughly mix one part by mass of Racumin® Tracking Powder with 15-20 parts of bait material e.g. 30 g in 450-600 g bait material and set out in places frequented by rats. Very good effect is obtained with dry baiting material made up as follows: 60 % crushed maize, 35 % rolled oats, 5 % sugar. Traces of finely cut raw bacon. The bait must be laid out on at least 5 successive days or as long as the rats consume it. It is essential that the bait remains in a good, attractive condition during this period.
For house mouse.
Apply the powder and poisoned baiting material in the same way as for rats, but in smaller quantity but more numerous locations.
Racumin® is strongly recommended for joint control of mice and rats or when it is uncertain from damage caused whether the area is infested by rats or mice.
- Coumatetralyl, like other coumarin compounds has a cumulative action i.e. small quantities must be consumed on several consecutive days until the specific symptoms of poisoning appear.
- Consequently, it is the repeated intake of small dosages and not a single intake of a large quantity that causes eradication of the rodents.
- This multiple feed efficacy reduces the risk of secondary poisoning of non-target animals.
- Handle with care.
- Poisonous when swallowed and inhaled.
- Toxic to fish, wildlife, pigs and other domestic animals.
- Store under lock and key away from food and feedstuffs.
- Keep out of reach of children, animals and uninformed persons, poultry and livestock.
- In case of poisoning CALL A DOCTOR AND MAKE THIS INSERT AVAILABLE TO HIM.