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  • 4 pounds

Fly Bait

Gordon’s® Fly Bait attracts and kills flies with a biologically derived spinosad formulation.

  • Attracts and kills flies around houses, garbage cans, and non-commercial poultry houses, barns, and stables
  • Spinosad formulation developed from a naturally occurring organism
  • Ready-to-use in broadcast and bait station applications
  • Contains fly-attracting pheromone
Application Type

Granule

Product Type

Insecticide

Sizes

1 pound, 4 pounds

*For outdoor use

Resources

Video

FAQ

1. How does it work?
Fly Bait contains a pheromone that attracts flies. It also features spinosad, a biologically derived active ingredient that kills flies by affecting their nervous system.
2. Is it harmful to mammals and humans?
Applied according to label directions, spinosad, the active ingredient in Fly Bait, exhibits relatively low toxicity to mammals and humans. Fly Bait also contains Bitrex®, a bittering agent to help deter ingestion by animals, children, and pets.
3. How is it used?
Fly Bait can be used as a scatter bait, spread evenly in areas where flies are seen resting or feeding, or it can be used in a commercially available bait station secured at least 4 feet above the ground and inaccessible to children, pets, and livestock.
4. How much do I use?
For a scatter bait application, use 1 ounce per 125 square feet of area. For bait station applications, add 1 ounce of Fly Bait to each of 4 bait stations, and space the stations as equally as possible within a 500 square foot treatment area.
5. Where can it be used?
Fly Bait is for use outdoors around houses, garbage cans and dumpsters, compost areas, and non-commercial animal housing including poultry houses, barns, and stables. It can also be used indoors in non-residential and non-commercial areas in a bait station, where children, animals or pets cannot come in contact with the granules.
6. How long does it last?
It depends on the number of flies, but reapply every 2 to 3 days to maintain adequate control.
7. How soon before the flies die?
Fly Bait kills flies within days.

Resources

FAQ

1. How does it work?
Fly Bait contains a pheromone that attracts flies. It also features spinosad, a biologically derived active ingredient that kills flies by affecting their nervous system.
2. Is it harmful to mammals and humans?
Applied according to label directions, spinosad, the active ingredient in Fly Bait, exhibits relatively low toxicity to mammals and humans. Fly Bait also contains Bitrex®, a bittering agent to help deter ingestion by animals, children, and pets.
3. How is it used?
Fly Bait can be used as a scatter bait, spread evenly in areas where flies are seen resting or feeding, or it can be used in a commercially available bait station secured at least 4 feet above the ground and inaccessible to children, pets, and livestock.
4. How much do I use?
For a scatter bait application, use 1 ounce per 125 square feet of area. For bait station applications, add 1 ounce of Fly Bait to each of 4 bait stations, and space the stations as equally as possible within a 500 square foot treatment area.
5. Where can it be used?
Fly Bait is for use outdoors around houses, garbage cans and dumpsters, compost areas, and non-commercial animal housing including poultry houses, barns, and stables. It can also be used indoors in non-residential and non-commercial areas in a bait station, where children, animals or pets cannot come in contact with the granules.
6. How long does it last?
It depends on the number of flies, but reapply every 2 to 3 days to maintain adequate control.
7. How soon before the flies die?
Fly Bait kills flies within days.

Resources

Video

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