This season has seen a nationwide increase in rodents, but there are new products available to help combat them. The Bayer Rodent Monitoring System is smaller and can generate heat map data. Bait from Bell Laboratories is formulated to not freeze. Ensystex’s Rodenthor line comes in both block and soft bait. The Catchmaster Catch Zone is best used for spaces with lots of square footage. Corteva Agriscience’s ActiveSense AIR1 sensor is compatible with most rodent traps, providing real-time alerts. Both J.T. Eaton and Kness Mfg. offer out of sight rat traps. ContraPest bait aims to decrease rat fertility rates.

Key Takeaways:

  • The new Bayer rodent monitoring system has a newly reconfigured sensor. It is smaller and sleeker.
  • It has the capacity, via the new design, to fit into an array of ball joints.
  • The system can create activity heat maps and analyze the input as well as sense and analyze exterior rodent pressure.

“Labeled to repel rodents, snakes and a variety of general pests, Nature-Cide Pest Management X2 Concentrate is made from all-natural ingredients and features a light, pleasant aroma, the manufacturer says.”

Read more: https://www.mypmp.net/2020/08/11/roundup-latest-technology-for-optimum-rodent-control/

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