How to Use:
Moles: To locate the main runway, look for fresh conical mounds of dirt. Select the freshest of these, remove plug and dig in direction of main runway. If lateral to the mound is plugged, either dig past the plug or probe ground around the plug to locate main runway. Main runway will be found when probe meets little or no resistance., When runway is found, prepare an opening into runway large enough so that cartridge can be inserted easily. Collect sufficient dirt and other material for closing hole. Light fuse and insert cartridge into hole fuse-end first. Colver cartridge quickly, but take care not to smother it with dirt. Quickly close any holes where gas escapes. If your excavations have divided main runway into sections, treat each portion.
Pocket Gophers: Locate fan-shaped mounds with signs of recent gopher activity. FInd the horseshoe-shaped depression on one side of the mound. To locate the main runway, probe ground 15-18 inches from mound on the same side as the depression. The mian runway has been located when ground friction on theprobe has been released. Dig down to main runway, taking care not to block it off with dirt. Create an opening large enough for easy insertion of the cartridge. Collect enough dirt and other material to close opening. Light fuse and insert fuse-end-first. Immeidately coer opening, taking care not to smother cartidge with loose dirt. Cover any openings where gasses escape. Treat all active mounds.
Woodchucks: Locate all burrow entrances. Select one of ruse and close all other entrances with rock and dirt. Light fuse and insert cartidge fuse-end-first. Cover with rock and dirt, being careful not to smother the cartridge with dirt. Consult state game laws before using this product for woodchuck control.
Norway Rat: Use only where burrow are isolated from homes, barns and all other man-made structures. DO NOT USE insid ebuildings or anywhere where gases could enter buildings. Collect plenty of dirt and othe rmaterials for clsoing burrow openings. Treat each burrow opening buy lighting fuse and inserting cartidge fuse-end-first into the hole. Make sure the hole is large enough for easy insertion before lighting fuse. Cover hole immediately, taking care not to smother cartridge with loose dirt. Immediately cover all other opening from which gas escapes. Proceed to next closest burrow and treat as above.
Ground Squirrles: Collect plenty of dirt and other material for closing burrow openings. Treat each burrow opening by lighting fuse and inserting cartridge fuse-end-first into the hole. Cover hole immediately, taking care not to smother cartridge with loose dirt. Immediately cover all other opening from which gas escapes. Proceed to next closest open burrow and treat as above.
Skunks: Locate all entrances to den. Do not treat dens under inhabited structres or building where toxic gasses could reach humans, pets or domestic animals incluidng livestock. Openings to den should be largeenough to permit easy insertion of cartridge. Close any openings to the den other than the one to be treated. Collect material for closing treated opening. Dirt, sod, and a large rock may serve this purpose. Light fuse and insert cartridge fuse-end-first. Close any previously undetected openings where gas escapes.