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Detia Vole-Killer

Voles, also known as water voles or black water rats, live underground and cause highly significant levels of damage to fields and gardens. The direct feeding damage to vegetable plants, flower bulbs and root crops, as well as root feeding on fruit trees and ornamental shrubs, are both annoying and costly. Sapling failure in reforestation areas is frequently the result of root feeding by voles. Garden lawns criss-crossed with burrows and piles of earth are not a pretty sight. In public parks and on sports pitches, they also pose a risk to pedestrians, players and visitors. Not infrequently, grazing animals suffer broken legs on vole-infested meadows and pastures. Voles can also cause severe damage to dikes, flood levees and other protective earthworks.

Product specification:

Detia Vole Killer, based on aluminium phosphide (56%), is supplied in the form of pellets (0.6 g) packaged in childproof containers with 9, 100, 250 and 1,000 g. The product is suitable for year-round use and has no negative effects on soil fertility or the environment. The pellets can be applied using special dispensers.


Detia Vole Killer has been approved in Germany for use on voles in all relevant areas of application, i.e. field, vegetable and fruit crops, ornamental plants, grassland and forest.


Phosphorus hydride is highly toxic to humans and other warm-blooded animals. It is therefore absolutely necessary to comply with the prescribed safety measures. Special ingredients have been added to Detia Vole Killer to delay outgassing and thus increase the level of safety at the time of application. It is important to remember that packages of products containing phosphorus hydride may only be opened outdoors. A special application permit is required by persons using vole pest control products that release phosphorus hydride. Exceptions to this regulation, and special easement clauses, apply in Germany to small packages of product releasing no more than 15 g of phosphorus hydride. See the instructions for use for detailed information.

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