Q: Why would you see more cockroaches after application?
A: First, the attractants draw them from their hiding places. Second, after feeding on the baits to their satisfaction, roaches become disoriented and wander. You’ll probably see activity following application, but don’t panic! It’s working! Make sure NOT to spray chemicals or any other pesticides over Blue Diamond Bait! Just be patient, and you’ll soon notice you have NO MORE ROACHES!
Q: After the first application of Blue Diamond MRF 2000 or Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 , how many days should be allowed for the total elimination process?
A: 30 to 35 days should be allowed, since all roaches do not feed at the same rate. You must also allow time for the previously dropped egg capsules to hatch and for the mouthparts of the nymph to develop for chewing in cases of extreme infestation. We usually recommend using MRF 2000 first, then Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 at 35 days for continuous protection in heavily infested conditions.
Q: Will Blue Diamond MRF 2000 paste or Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 kill insects other than cockroaches?
A: Blue Diamond MRF 2000 and Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 both are labeled for cockroaches only.
Q: Do those large American cockroaches feed on Blue Diamond MRF 2000 and Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 and die?
A: YES, American cockroaches are able to detect food sources from a further distance than German cockroaches, and love Blue Diamond Baits!
Q: Has Blue Diamond MRF 2000 been tested on the Asian cockroach?
A: YES, tests by a leading entomologist and toxicologist in 10 Florida homes and trailers determined effectiveness of 100% indoors and 96% outdoors. You can read these research reports in that section on our web page!
Q: Can Blue Diamond MRF 2000 paste and Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 be used in hospitals and nursing homes?
A: YES, Blue Diamond MRF 2000 and Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 both are very effective in patient rooms and other sensitive areas where patients would normally have to be removed during the use of traditional pest control methods.