To be used withMaxforce Fly Spot Bait sold separately
Using patented color attraction technology by extensive University and Department of Defense research, designed and constructed by the flying insect experts at PestWest Flying Insect Science, the Florida Fly Baiter is a rock solid arsenal in any fly management program.
No electricity required, simply assemble the blue panels as shown, hang in the problem area, spray a small amount of attractants/toxicants labeled for this use using the spray bottle (enclosed) and you're done! ALWAYS follow label mixing directions when applying to the FFB. Use the nylon cords to hang overhead or use the included hook & loop tabs to affix to a surface for stationary out-of-the-way applications. Add liquids, gels or granules to the insert tray for extra attraction.
For use in outdoor areas around dumpsters, schools, clubs, restaurants and theme parks, dining areas, camp sites, kennels, poultry houses, recreational areas, horse barns, landfills, dairies, or anywhere flies tend to congregate and are a nuisance or a health hazard.
Dimensions: 9 1/8" (230mm) H x 5 1/8" (135mm) per side (x3) assembled
Suspended, portable and surface mounted
For use in
Outdoor areas around dumpsters, schools, clubs, restaurants, theme parks, dining areas, camp sites, animal houses, recreational areas or anywhere flies tend to congregate and are a nuisance or a health hazard.
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Q: Does your Florida Fly-Baiter kit includes the packet of granular fly-bait shown on the picture? I read on the description that the bait is sold separately so, why is the image of the packet shown on the kit. I want to buy a kit and don't want to spend another $54.60 for a six pack of your Maxforce Fly Spot. Do you sell single packages? Please advise.Thanks,Pedro A. Sarmiento
A: No the Florida Baiter does not include the Maxforce Flyspot, you would need to purchase this separate. http://www.epestsolutions.com/maxforce-fly-spot-imidacloprid.html