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Motomco Gopher Killer, 1 lb. Pellets, 32546

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Motomco Gopher Killer, 1 lb.

  • Specifically formulated for control of pocket gophers
  • Approved for manual applications with outdoor, below-ground use
  • Includes label instructions for Plug Removal Baiting at entrance to tunnels, or main runway baiting
  • Made with Zinc Phosphide, an acute, non-anticoagulant active ingredient

Motomco Gopher Killer is specifically formulated to kill pocket gophers in outdoor, underground applications around, homes, lawns and farms. Made with Zinc Phosphide, an acute active ingredient that works faster than anticoagulant baits. Labeled for use in plug removal baiting (entrance of tunnels), and main runway baiting. See product label for full instructions .

Specification Description
Product Type: Rodent Control
Application/Use: Kills pocket gophers in underground applications
Active Ingredient(s): Zinc Phosphide
Area of Use: Outdoor, below ground
Brand: Motomco
CountryofOrigin: Made in USA
Form: Pellets
Indoor and/or Outdoor: Outdoor
Longevity: 1 Month
Package Quantity: 1
Part Number: 32546
Pest Type: Pocket Gophers
Product Height: 6.625 in.
Product Length: 3.375 in.
Product Weight: 1.16 lb.
Product Width: 3.375 in.
Special Feature(s): None
Type: Bait for killing gophers
Manufacturer Part Number 32546

How much do you put in each hole?

Asked by: Judy F
You should insert 1 teaspoon of bait into active gopher runways. That is enough to kill at least 1 Gopher.
Answered by: Product Manager - Ag
Date published: 2017-04-24

How long is pellet active after inserting in tunnel?

Asked by: dragnlady
The pellets should be active underground for several days. Motomco Gopher Killer should eliminate gophers that consume the bait within a few days of placement but factors such as high gopher populations, new gophers entering the treated area, or even weather may create a need for repeated applications. If, after three to four days of the initial application, gopher activity is still seen in the same area, a second (and possibly a third) application may be necessary. Additionally, heavy rain or very wet soil can cause the bait to degrade in effectiveness. As above, if gopher activity is still observed after a heavy rainfall, a reapplication may be needed.
Answered by: Product Manager - Ag
Date published: 2017-05-20

Doesn't this chemical activate with water? And turn to deadly gas?

Asked by: EZ Gopher Killer
Yes, it can. When zinc phopshide pellets come in contact with moisture, they release phosphine gas, which is the mode of action that makes the effective in killing pocket gophers. For this reason, the product label specifically requires that the product only be used in manual, below ground applications in underground burrows outdoors. As with any pest control bait, the buyer has the responsibility to use the product according to label directions, which are regulated by federal law.
Answered by: Product Manager - Ag
Date published: 2018-03-29

Is there a risk of secondary poisoning?

Asked by: TCooley
Very little testing has been done to determine potential harm from other animals consuming a rodent that has died from eating a rodenticide. However, in the case of the Gopher Killer product, the active ingredient Zinc Phosphide does not build up in the tissue of Pocket Gophers, so the risk of secondary poisoning is very low. We are not aware of any reported incident of adverse affects or reactions in non-target animals such as pets from eating an animal that died from consuming a bait made with zinc phosphide.
Answered by: Product Manager - Ag
Date published: 2018-08-29
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