Nuvan ProStrips +
Nuvan ProStrips +
Product Specs: 18.6% Dichlorvos
Packaging: 3 to a package, 6 packages to a box
Nuvan ProStrips Plus (+) provide long-lasting, odorless protection from tough to treat pests in areas up to 1,200 cubic feet. Simply place this effective strip in an enclosed area, such as a catch basin and the slow-release vapor controls flying insects and more. It works continuously for up to four months with no odor and no mess.
Where and When to Use Nuvan ProStrips +:
Nuvan ProStrips Plus are easy to use and require minimal set-up or maintenance. Each strip comes in a sealed foil packet. Simply remove the strip from the foil packet and place it in the provided plastic cartridge. Hang or place the cartridge where pests are a concern. (Nuvan ProStrips may also be used without the cartridge.) Nuvan ProStrips may also be used in confined spaces or airtight containers for application to specific items. The strip starts to work when removed from the foil packet and is designed to protect a specified volume of area for up to four months against labeled pests. After the strip expires, simply wrap it in paper or plastic and throw it away. Place a new strip in the cartridge for continued pest control. Always read and follow label directions.
- Effective for up to 4 months
- For control of labeled pests including flies, mosquitoes, wasps, gnats, moths, flying insects, cockroaches, ants, silverfish and various beetles
- Nuvan ProStrips Plus are odorless
- Cost effective application
- Convenient packaging
Mode of Action:
The active ingredient in Nuvan ProStrips Plus, DDVP, is an organophosphate insecticide, which works by inhibiting acetylcholinesterase. During normal nerve impulse transmission in insects, an impulse is passed from one neuron to another via a substance called acetylcholine. After the impulse is transmitted, acetylcholine must be broken down to prevent additional impulses from being initiated. The enzyme that allows this breakdown to occur is called acetylcholinesterase. DDVP inhibits acetylcholinesterase, allowing acetylcholine to continue to induce impulses, which paralyzes the insect’s nervous system and eventually cause it to die.