Harkers Ridmite kills redmites in cages, lofts, hutches 500ml
500ml Concentrate against red mites
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New for 2017! - launched at Blackpool
Ridmite is a non insecticidal liquid concentrate to rid mites from coops, cages, hutches and lofts; and also a multi purpose concentrated cleaner, sanitizer and odour eliminator. It must be diluted with water as directed and filled into a spray bottle before spraying onto red mite and their eggs.
A Non Insecticidal Liquid Concentrate to rid mites from coops, cages, hutches and lofts
Harkers Ridmite is a synergistic blend of cationic, amphoteric, non-ionic surfactants, chellates and silicones.
- Non Insecticidal
- Disrupts bio films
- Effective for controlling red mite in poultry houses, pigeon lofts, hen coops and rabbit hutches
- Controls within 48 hours
- Up to six weeks’ protection
- Sanitises against bacteria, viruses, fungi and yeasts
- Can be used without removing birds or rabbits
- Available in 500ml concentrate which must be diluted as directed before spraying onto red mite
Ridmite is a safe and odourless liquid concentrate which must be diluted with water as directed and filled into a spray bottle before spraying onto red mite and their eggs. Ridmite entraps the mites, penetrates the cuticle and dissolves the shell of their eggs thus desiccating them.
DILUTION RATES (parts Ridmite to clean water)
Initial treatment and for heavy infestations of red mite:
1part Ridmite : 10 parts water
1part Ridmite : 20 parts water
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Spray all surfaces of the livestock house with low pressure spray, paying particular attention to cracks and crevices. Spray until the point of run off (saturate all surfaces). Repeat at weekly intervals until control is achieved.
Livestock do not have to be removed during the treatment process.