BASF Seclira Pressurised Fly Bait
Seclira® Pressurised Fly Bait is a new ground breaking, ready-to-use pressurised bait, enabling users to simply and precisely place bait where nuisance flies naturally go. Seclira Pressurised Fly Bait is powered by a unique, fast-acting active ingredient which, when applied to surfaces, dries clear and has no odour. Apply it to surfaces as a spot, or band treatment to control nuisance flies in seconds and provide up to 6-weeks residual efficacy.
Apply to solid structures such as walls, fences, benches and garbage bins as an area or band spray as described on the next page. Avoid applying this product to dusty/ dirty surfaces. For season-long control, monthly applications may be required, depending on the situation and duration of the fly season.
Spray surfaces where flies rest. Best results are achieved when applied to non-porous surfaces.
Point can toward target area from a distance no further than 30 cm and press down actuator. Make a light application at a rate of 60 cm/sec and avoid run off or dripping from targeted area.
Area treatments are effective where flies congregate, roost and feed, which may include garbage receptacles and lids, refuse containers, under tables and benches, recycling bins, dumpsters, behind vending machines, plant/flower pots, under bars, eave areas, walls and/or areas where flies like to congregate or infest.
DO NOT apply bait in areas that are frequently cleaned. This product will not adhere to surfaces that are dusty or greasy. Reapply when reinfestation occurs.
Spray from a distance of no further away from targeted area than 15 cm to create a band application at a rate of 60 cm/sec. Band applications may be made to areas such as beam edges, receptacle edges, table or bench edges, around windows and window frames, under narrow eaves and other areas where there is a narrow area where flies land, roost and/or are likely to infest. Reapply when reinfestation occurs. Note: Around feedlot manure heaps DO NOT apply bait on manure heaps or dispose of treated targets with manure.