Starbar Sugarkill 400g
Sugarkill is a fly bait designed to attract a wide variety of species of flies.
Sugarkill has a double action against flies: attractiveness, as it contains food calls and pheromones, and insecticide, thanks to the presence of Acetamiprid. Acetamiprid is a new generation active ingredient belonging to the neonicotinoid family. It acts by ingestion and contact on the nervous system of insects.
Its use is recommended in conjunction with Fly Bait Station.
SUGARKILL is a granular insecticide bait for control of a wide variety of species of flies. SUGARKILL has an excellent attractiveness to flies with the double effect of food and sexual attractiveness. SUGARKILL contains Acetamiprid, a new generation active ingredient in the neonicotinoid family. It acts by ingestion and contact on the central nervous system of the target insect. The formula contains an extremely bitter substance that makes it inedible by children and pets.
How to use it
SUGARKILL should be distributed on surfaces usually frequented by flies to feed and the frequency of renewal of baits varies from one to six weeks depending on the level and intensity of the infestation. SUGARKILL can be used both to prevent the presence of flies and to reduce their population.
Sprinkle the bait directly from the package or from another suitable container. Use SUGARKILL in or around areas where flies are a problem. Choose the places where flies usually station, transit or create particular discomfort (around the windows, in bathing areas, near dunghill…) possibly avoiding drafts. If shedding on the floor is not possible, pour the bait on a cardboard, on a plastic plate or other similar container. The product can be used in the presence of animals. Distribute SUGARKILL, without accumulating it, at a dose of 25 grams per 10 m2 of surface.
Place baits out of reach of pets. In case of low attraction (especially in case of problematic infestations) you can spray water or milk on the baits to make them more palatable.
- Acetamiprid 0.50g
- (Z) -9- Tricosene 0.06 g
- Coformulants q.b. at 100 g