Rozol CA Vole Artichoke Pellets

Rozol® Pellets for the Control of California Voles in Artichoke Fields are an ideal choice when chlorophacinone-treated bracts are not available. Rozol Pellets are paraffinized and weather-resistant so they hold up to coastal humidity, rainfall and irrigation. They are formulated with chlorophacinone, a multi-feed anticoagulant invented by Liphatech and used for over 50 years.

  • California Vole

Product Details

  • Active ingredient: Formulated with chlorophacinone (50 ppm), a multi-feed anticoagulant rodenticide; Vitamin K1 is the antidote.
  • Bulk density: 44 lbs./cubic foot (0.71 g/ml).
  • Type/appearance: Beige, 3/16” diameter (4.7 mm) pellet. Limited dust. Approximately 2,490 bait pellets per pound of product.
  • Coverage: Approximately 4,530 plants at 5 grams per plant; approximately 5,660 plants at 4 grams per plant; approximately 7,550 plants at 3 grams per plant.
  • Available in 50 pound bags.
  • EPA Reg. #7173-151.
  • CA SLN No. CA-060006

Label Highlights/Best Practices

  • Use only during the period from October through March if artichoke bracts are not available.
  • Place about 3–5 grams of bait (approximately 1 level tablespoon) per artichoke plant, on bare ground in infested areas.
  • Apply bait near vole burrow openings or runways located between artichoke plants. Be careful to place bait so that it does not directly contact any part of the artichoke plant.
  • If necessary, make second and third applications at 21 day intervals.
  • Repeat the treatment regimen after 60 days if needed.
  • Do not exceed 3 applications at minimum 21 day intervals.
  • Do not apply this product by any method not specified on this label. Do not broadcast bait.
  • To reduce the potential for exposure to non-target animals and birds, do not apply this bait for a period of 30 days before or after chopping or cut-back of artichoke plants.

Stewarding Resources for the Future

As part of our commitment to environmental stewardship, Liphatech is a proud member of the Ag Container Recycling Council. The ACRC collects and safely recycles the HDPE plastic jugs and pails from our ag, animal health and structural pest control products.