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Kaput Mole Gel Bait

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Kaput Mole Gel Bait is formulated with warfarin- a highly effective anticoagulant with very low environmental and secondary toxicity. Because warfarin is effective against rodents at low concentrations, it is one of the active ingredients in rodenticides.

Target Pests

Kaput Mole Gel Bait is a low-risk mole bait that may be used to control eastern moles starnose moles hairy-tailed moles coast moles broad-footed moles and townsend moles on grassy areas such as lawns turf and golf courses.

Application

The bait may be injected directly into the tunnels, and once the gel has been placed, the moles cannot eject it from the burrow (which may happen with work-like baits).

  • Determine layout of active burrow systems and locate main runways.
  • Twist dosing ring to set proper dosage. Inject 1/2 oz bait per placement into tunnel, making up to 6 placements per burrow system.
  • Reapply bait every 2-3 days until mole activity ceases.

In case of accidental ingestion by children or pets, Vitamin K1 is a readily available antidote, unlike worm-like baits. Moles readily accept the bait as a food source because it mimics the worms and grubs that they naturally consume.

Coverage Area

Treat only active burrow systems.  To treat a burrow system, locate main runways by probing.  Remove the cap from the tip of the applicator syringe and turn dosing ring to mark indicating half ounce.  Inject half an ounce of bait (one-sixth of the contents of one syringe) through probe or shoveled open hole at each bait placement location.  Make six (6) such placements per burrow system.  Cover holes made to enter tunnel with sod and soil, but do not allow dirt to sift in to foul or cover bait.

Follow up:  Check effects of treatment 4-5 days after bait application by opening and marking burrows in the manner use to check for initial activity.  Return 2-3 days later and retreat all active burrows.

Time to Kill

Kills in 7 to 10 days after ingestion.

Mix Rate

Ready to Use

Active Ingredient

Warfarin 0.025%

Kaput Mole Gel Bait

 

Kaput Mole Gel Bait

Kaput Mole Gel is a bait made to target moles and contains relatively low toxicity. Kaput Mole Gel Bait is made with the active ingredient warfarin. Kaput Mole Gel is injected directly into the moles tunnels via a syringe. The syringe is marked on the outside with the exact right amount of dose that should be injected into the burrow each time. Kaput Mole Gel Bait looks like the mole's natural food source (worms and grubs) when injected into the tunnels. Unlike other worm-like baits Kaput Mole Gel cannot be pushed out of the burrow by the mole.

Warfarin, the active ingredient in Kaput Mole Gel Bait, is an anticoagulant which can be effective at very low dosages and because of this is considered a low risk bait with very low secondary and environmental toxicity. Kaput Mole Gel should never be applied above ground, but rather only into burrows. If the bait is accidentally ingested by pets or children Vitamin K1 is the antidote and it is readily available.


Moles are not social animals and are rarely above ground. They dig elaborate tunnel systems with powerful front claws and eat mainly grubs and earthworms along the way. To properly use Kaput Mole Bait, locate fresh mole activity by recent mound building and tunneling just beneath the surface. To ensure there is an active mole, use a broom handle or stick to force a hole in the tunnel. If the tunnel is repaired in one to two days, the tunnel is active. For surface tunnels, use the following method to apply Kaput Mole Gel Bait.


After finding an active used tunnel, first set the dosign rin to apply a 1/2 ounce of bait and place the plunger rod on the back of the syringe. Next remove the cap and carefully insert the tip of the syringe in the roof of the tunnel. Try not to knock excess dirt down into the tunnel. After dispensing the bait, remove the syring and gently pinch the hole closed repairing the damage to the tunnel. For the second application, set the dosing ring to the 1 ounce mark on the plunger rod, repeat dispense and tunnel repair steps. For the best mole control, apply Kaput Mole Bait at 6 locations 20 to 25 feet apart in the same tunnel. Do not apply more than four three ounce syringes per acre.

 

For deeper tunnels, use one of these methods. Remove dirt until the tunnel is fully exposed. Inject Kaput Mole Gel Bait deep in the tunnel on both sides then replace the dirt being careful to leave the dirt exposed in the tunnel or replace the tunnel with a section of pipe with an application hole drilled on the top. Cover the gaps at both ends of the pipe. Be sure to leave the tunnel way clear so the mole can pass through. Apply 1/2 ounce of Kaput Mole Bait and cover the application hole with tape. Check the application hole in 4 to 5 days, apply more Kaput Mole Gel Bait as necessary.

 

Before using this product please read and understand label instructions. Order it today and we will ship it to your doorstep for free.

 

 

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dead moles
Kaput mole gel takes care of those moles that won't eat your bait or get in your traps. This takes care of the problem.
May 20, 2012

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