Rozol is a tracking powder for rats and mice.
For Use In
USE RESTRICTIONS: Use against Norway rats, Roof rats and House mice inside of homes, industrial and agricultural buildings, and similar man made structures. Rozol Blue Tracking Powder may also be dusted into rat burrows that are located along the periphery of buildings and that are likely to serve as routes of entry into these structures. Tracking powder must be placed in locations not accessible to children, pets, domestic animals or wildlife. Do not place powder in areas where there is a possibility of contaminating food or surfaces that come in direct contact with food. Do not place near ventilation duct openings. Use only for sites, pests, and application methods on this label.,
SELECTION OF TREATMENT AREAS: Determine dry areas where rats and mice will most likely pick up the powder on their feet or fur and ingest it during grooming. Generally, these areas are along walls, by gnawed openings and burrows, in corners and concealed places, in spaces between floors and walls, or in locations where rodents or their signs have been observed. Remove goods piled directly on the floor and place on skids. Use boxes or other obstacles to force rodents to travel through constricted areas. Give special attention to the climbing ability of Roof rats. For this species, use suitable PVC, sheet metal, cardboard or similar rigid tubing securely attached to rafters or other horizontal surfaces where rats will pass. Employ tubes long enough to minimize spillage of powder through the ends.
APPLICATION DIRECTIONS: For House mice use at the rate of 1 oz powder per 2.5 sq. ft. of runway area. For Norway and Roof rats use at the rate of 2 oz powder for 2.5 sq. ft. of runway area.
Apply the powder into the rodent burrow or holes or within walls with a hand bulb or similar duster. Do not use power dusting devices. Sprinkle the powder in patches in such a manner as to expose the rodents to it.
Patch size may be (but not limited to) 6 inches x 12 inches and should be adapted to each situation.
For burrows that are located along the periphery of buildings and that are likely to serve as routes of entry into these structures, place about 5 grams of tracking powder in each burrow. Close burrows with soil, loose leaves or paper. Retreat if burrows are reopened.
Maintain powder in treated areas for at least 20 days. Wearing gloves, collect and dispose of all visible dead animals and used powder promptly. Repeat treatment when infestation recurs. Where a continuous source of infestation is present, establish permanent tracking powder stations and replenish the powder as needed.
Each 8lb bucket of Rozol will cover up to 320 square feet when used according to the label.
Time to Kill
Kills quickly and effectively as rodents ingest the powder after grooming.
Rozol is ready to use and requires no mixing.