Bait is placed in pre-identified dwellings of rodents: along walls, partitions, near burrows, under shelter (closets, etc.). For this you can adjust boxes, handmade trays or special containers, as these prevent pilfering of bait by rodents, as well as complicate access to it of “inappropriate” animal species. Containers should be examined during first 2 days and then with intervals in one week. Eaten portion should be replaced by new, those that lay more than a week – should be thrown in places visited by rodents. Spoiled or contaminated bait should be changed with new one. Note: if you keep the bait next to odorous chemicals (paints, varnishes, etc.), it will absorb the odor and will not be attractive to the caudate freeloaders. Quantity of product, that should be applied, depends on the amount of rodents.
For rats: 50–100 g. heaped, every 10 meters.
For mice: 20–30 g. heaped, every 5 meters.
For rats: 4–6 blocks on the heap, every 10 meters.
For mice: 2–4 blocks on the heap, every 5 meters.