Rozol Prairie Dog Bait is registered for use in New Mexico under the following new restrictions:
- Rozol Prairie Dog Bait (EPA Reg. No. 7173-286) can only be used for black-tailed prairie dog control.
- Rozol can only be used between October 1-March 15 each year. Using Rozol after March 15 and before October 1 is illegal.
- Applicators must determine if there are any endangered species restrictions specific to their location and follow them. Go to this EPA web page and follow the directions, or telephone 1-800-447-3813.
- Within four days after placing Rozol bait, and at 1-2 day intervals thereafter, the applicator must search the baited area and collect and bury all dead prairie dogs. This is to assure that the carcasses are inaccessible to scavengers.
- If applicators finds any dead or dying non-target animals, they must report that to the National Pesticide Information Center by calling 1-800-858-7378.
Label language on using Rozol Prairie Dog Bait and on conducting searches for carcasses, reporting dead or dying non-target animals or endangered species, and other restrictions, is specific and must be followed exactly.
Questions? Call NMDA at 575-646-7020 or Liphatech at 414-410-7235
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