According to google it’s for use against wasps and ants indoors .Does anyone know what it's used for/ in?
I believe it is banned in Scotland and the EU and the 80% version has lost its authorisation but the 1.25% powder is still available for bee/wasp/ant control.. The bird allegedly had 7x a lethal dose in its system so one imagines that would require the strong stuff...According to google it’s for use against wasps and ants indoors .
Sounds like something used in the pest control industry rather than agriculture, I can find no reference to it being banned as in the thread title
if accurate I would think it would have required a pretty concentrated dose. I am curious as to what chemicals are routinely covered by a standard toxilogical test in these kind of instances. For carbamate to be include in tox screening one assumes its not the first time that chemical has killed wildlife?7x does that rule out secondary poisoning?