Grain treatment registration
The NSW Government has sought an emergency approval from the APVMA for the use of bromadiolone to control mice in NSW, through treated grain.
If the emergency use permit is granted, landholders can only use bromadiolone-treated grain around the perimeter of crops.
This is not an in-crop solution and it should not be used anywhere else, such as around the perimeter of buildings or in paddocks where crops have not been sowed.
Twenty locations across regional and rural NSW have been identified for grain treatment sites to help landholders manage mice.
Pending APVMA approval, these sites will operate by appointment only. To find your nearest location, click here.
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