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As of January 1, 2013, use restrictions for several commercial class rodenticides registered for the control of Norway rats, roof rats and house mice will come into effect on product labels. The intent is to prevent the accidental exposure of children and non-target animals.
These restrictions apply to products registered for use in and around buildings or structures.
The major new requirements are as follows:
Warfarin is now available in solid form in a tamper-resistant bait station. Wilson also makes another sold bait with tamper-resistance stations using Diphacinone as the active killing ingredient. In addition pellets using Cellulose (from powdered corn cobs) as its main killing ingredient are still available.