How to use pest control products

Pest control products are pharmaceuticals that are mainly used in public health to control vector organisms and pests that affect the lives of people. It mainly includes agents for the control of mosquitoes, flies,  cockroaches, ants, rats,termits, and other vector organisms and pests. How should the chemical pest control products be used?

Rodenticides The rodenticides we use generally use second-generation anticoagulants. The main mechanism of action is to destroy the hematopoietic mechanism of rats and cause death in rodents. The second generation of anticoagulants has the following characteristics compared to the traditional toxic mouse killer:

1, Security. The second-generation anticoagulants have a longer duration of action, and if there is accidental eating, they have a longer time to treat; and the second-generation anticoagulants such as bromadiolone are vitamin K1, which is more easily obtained. Unlike rapid poisonous rats such as Tetramine, rapid ingestion accidents leave us with a short reaction time and no special antidote, which can easily lead to personal injury.

2, Good palatability. The new mouse bait has good palatability on mice and is not likely to cause murine antifeeding, thus ensuring the rat poison effect.

3, Killing effect is good. The killing effect mentioned here is mainly directed at the avoidance reaction of new animals in rats. Rats are more suspicious and often encounter new things or foods to take some temptations. For example, a small amount of food is taken or the old and the weak get ahead. The other members of the species will determine whether they are safe based on the results of these exploratory behaviors. Therefore, highly toxic rat drugs often have a certain effect at the beginning, and then the effect is deteriorating. The reason is simple: Rats that took the mouse bait pass “dangerous” messages to other members, resulting in refusal and avoidance. Such reactions, the results of poor results in the later will be logical. The second-generation anticoagulant, because of its long incubation period (usually 5 to 7 days), often gives the mouse a "safe" false information, so it can more easily achieve long-term, stable and effective rodent control.

Regular PMP companies generally use pyrethroids such as cypermethrin and cyhalothrin. Compared with organic phosphorus drugs such as dichlorvos, zinc phos- terphos, dimethoate, etc., these drugs have the advantages of safety, low toxic and side effects, easy degradation, and less impact on the environment and the human body itself. At the same time, the regular PMP companies will try to use physical methods to control or use biological agents in places where they are not suitable for the use of pyrethroids, rather than simply using organophosphorus drugs instead to reduce the chemical in the pest control process. Pollution. Mosquito-repellent incense must be adequately used in terms of medical care, and it will also harm human health while eradicating insect pests.
The various types of pesticides sold on the market can be classified into highly toxic, poisonous and low toxic levels according to their toxicity. Even a low-toxicity insecticide has a relatively high toxicity to humans and animals. As for highly toxic insecticides, it is even more harmful. From a scientific point of view, mosquito coils are also an insecticide. When used, the mosquito coils are ignited or heated. These insecticides will be emitted, so it can be said that there is no mosquito coil that is non-toxic to humans and animals. Insecticides in mosquito coils are not only acutely toxic to humans, but also have chronic toxicity. Even the lowest level of micro-poison pesticides in acute poisoning poses greater harm to humans and animals. As for its chronic poisoning, it is even more deadly. It is caused by a series of carcinogenic, teratogenic, mutagenic, delayed neurotoxic and reproductive diseases. In the comprehensive assessment of biological tests, it can be seen that the chronic toxicity of insecticides is greater and more complex to the human body.
Therefore, do not think that the symptoms of acute poisoning such as dizziness, vomiting, etc. will not happen. The effects on the human body sometimes take a long time to appear.