Vole Scram Professional
Vole Scram Professional is formulated in a granular form to repel and eliminate voles. Vole Scram Pro will naturally and safely stop infestation of voles when used as directed. This product is safe to use and does not wash away with the rain. Non toxic and environmentally safe, use with a broadcast spreader or apply by hand with scoop in beds, mulch or rough grass. Vole Scram Pro comes in a 22 lbs. pail and will cover approximately 13,200 sq. ft.
Apply Vole Scram with a broadcast spreader using the settings below or apply by hand with scoop in beds, mulch or rough grass. Early Sept, Early Oct. apply a 20 foot band to the perimeter of the property where voles are nesting during the summer months. This will help reduce voles from entering the property.
DIRECTIONS FOR NORTHERN SNOWFALL REGIONS:
1st Application (Late October After Irrigation Is Off): Apply to areas that have repeated winter vole infestation each year.
2nd Application (November - 14 Days after 1st Application): Re-apply to the same areas prior to snowfall (Voles problems seem to be heaviest in areas where snow drifting occurs).
3rd Application (Early Spring/Late Winter) Apply immediately after snow melt.
DIRECTIONS FOR MIDWEST & SOUTHERN REGIONS:
Apply 2 applications, 2 weeks apart, to areas that are showing vole damage. Repeat again 30 days after 2hd application.
|Scott Speedy Green||14|
|Scott Easy Green||32|
|Red Devil Broadcast||16|
|EZ Broadcast Republic||15|
These may need to be increased in order to provide easy flow.
|Active Ingredient:||Dried Blood - 14.00% Castor Oil - 6.50% Thyme Oil - 1.50% Clove Oil - 1.00% Oil of Rosemary - 1.00% Peppermint Oil - .50% Garlic Oil - .10%|
|For use in:||All landscape installation & Maintenance Professionals, Pest Control Operators, Landscapers, Grounds & Greenskeepers|
|Application:||Apply Vole Scram with a broadcast spreader using the settings below or apply by hand with scoop in beds, mulch or rough grass. Early Sept, Early Oct., apply a 20 foot band to the perimeter of the property where voles are nesting during the summer months.|
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