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Maxforce Granular Fly Bait

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Target Pests

Maxforce Granular Fly Bait Kills and Controls Flies

For Use In

Maxforce Granular Fly Bait is for use in and around Agricultural Production Facilities Around the Outside of Structures Around the Outside of Commercial Facilities.

Application

Apply the bait in many locations. Avoid cool or windy locations because flies prefer warm sites for resting. time applications to begin at the start of the season before fly populations reach their peak.

Scatter Application: Scatter the bait directly from the container onto dry level surfaces so the individual granules lie near each other without forming small piles

Bait Stations: place in any fly bait station. Use 1 bait station to cover about 250 sq.ft. and add up to 1.6oz of bait per station. Secure bait stations at least 4 feet above the ground. Bait stations should be inaccessible to food producing animals, children and pets.

Paint on Application: Mix 1.5oz bait with 1 fl oz warm water and stir thoroughly. Let stand for 15 minutes until a paste consistency suitable for painting has formed. Apply the paste with a brush to surfaces where flies rest.

Reapply every 7 days as needed.

Coverage Area

5.7 to 6.3 oz per 1,000 sq.ft.

Time to Kill

Maxforce Fly Spot Bait begins working in 60 seconds and has a fast knockdown and lasts up to 30 days.

Active Ingredient

Imidacloprid 0.05%

Maxforce Granular Fly Bait

$42.99
$42.99

Maxforce Granular Fly Bait kills flies in 60 seconds! This bait lures them to their death with four powerful attractants: an irresistible aroma, seductive pheromone, bright color and sugar base. Easy application options include applying this product as a broadcast treatment, placing it in bait stations or dissolving it in water to paint on surfaces.

Maxforce Fly Bait is safe to use around pets and kids. Keep them off of treated surfaces until dry.

Maxforce Granular Fly Bait kills flies in 60 seconds! This bait lures them to their death with four powerful attractants: an irresistible aroma, seductive pheromone, bright color and sugar base. Easy application options include applying this product as a broadcast treatment, placing it in bait stations or dissolving it in water to paint on surfaces.

Maxforce Fly Bait is safe to use around pets and kids. Keep them off of treated surfaces until dry.

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The best fly killer out there
My husband was looking for fly bait and came across MAXFORCE and read the reviews which were all 5's. Hesitant to buy because nothing seems to work, we went ahead and bought MAXFORCE to give it another shot! WOW to our surprise, it actually worked my husband and I saw for ourselves the flies dying before our eyes. Now placement of MAXFORCE is very important, because the flies are attracted to it. So place where you want flies to go, not where the flies are - if that make sense. Highly recommend MAXFORCE and worth every penny it cost. We will be buying the granules because it will get deep into the rocks where the flies are hatching they eggs. Hope this review helps!
April 23, 2013
Where did they go?
We used Maxforce granular with the fly bait stations on our patio for safty reasons. We have animals and grandchildren and didn't want to use a spray. The flies have all but disappeared. We have two outside dogs who were covered with flies and now they lay out and NO flies at all. I was skepital at first but now a firm believer. This is an AMAZING produce and safe to use this way.
May 15, 2012
haven' killed one yet
We are near a river and for some reason have more flies than a summer picnic. We bought the bait and bait stations. Not a single fly has entered the bait station and we hung them about a month ago. The only flies we killed with this product was when they were swarming our trash can I dumped some onto the rind of a watermelon and killed about 30. I'm not sure why they aren't attracted to enter the bait station.
September 24, 2011

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