Rodenticides

First- and second-generation anticoagulants to control rodents in agricultural, urban and home environments.

Action mode consists in inhibiting vitamin K-dependent coagulation factors.

 

Due to their mode of action, our rodenticides:

  • Do not produce "bait refusal" wariness.
  • Achieve excellent control, even by inexperienced users.
  • Are attractive thanks to their low active concentration.
  • Very effective antidote - Vitamin K1
 

Bromadiolone

Coumarin-based anticoagulant rodenticide, very palatable for rodents as well as highly efficient. It controls rats and mice, including rodents resistant to first-generation anticoagulants.
 

Brodifacoum

This is the most active known rodenticide within the family of coumarin derivative, second-generation anticoagulant rodenticides.
 

Difenacoum

Multiple-dose rodenticide, with several degrees of activity against rodents resistant to other active substances.
 

Chlorophacinone

Inanedione-based anticoagulant rodenticide, considered to be the fastest-acting amongst them. It is highly toxic for rodents, while having a reduced toxicity for humans and other non-target species.
 

Warfarin

Coumarin-based anticoagulant non-specific rodenticide, multiple dose and low poisoning risk for the rodenticide's non-target species.