Published: Jan 1977
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A method to assess the efficacy of an acute water bait is discussed in considerable detail. The test allows rats and mice a free choice between an acute toxicant-treated water bait and tap water. It is a three-day test. The test solution is considered effective if there is a 90 percent mortality in the rodents tested.
vertebrate pest control, acute rodenticide water baits, rats, mice, tests
Biologist, Environmental Protection Agency, Animal Biology Laboratory, Beltsville, Md.
Paper ID: STP27055S