Fumitoxin

Fumitoxin fumigants

SGS is the Canadian Distributor for:

Fumitoxin

FUMITOXIN – Aluminium Phosphide Pellets & Tablets

FOR CONTROL OF INSECTS IN STORED GRAIN,PROCESSED FOODS, FEEDS AND NON-FOOD COMMODITIES, INCLUDING TOBACCO

READ THE ENTIRE LABEL, APPLICATOR’S MANUAL AND GUIDANCE FOR PREPARATION OFA FUMIGATION MANAGEMENT PLAN BEFORE USING.

THIS PRODUCT CAN ONLY BE USED IN CONJUNCTIONWITH A DETAILED FUMIGATION MANAGEMENT PLAN

  • For retail sale to Licenced Dealers and Certified Applicators only.
  • For use by Certified Applicators only for those uses covered by the Certified Applicator’s certification.
  • Refer to the directions in the applicator manual requirements.
Fumitoxin Flask

PACKAGING

Fumitoxin Pellets and Tablets are packaged in resealable aluminium flasks and enclosed in cardboard cases.

Fumitoxin case and flask
  • Pellet : weight = 0.6 grams —> releases 0.2 grams of Phosphine
  • Tablet : weight = 3.0 grams —> releases 1.0 grams of Phosphine
  • Cases: 14 flasks 1.5 Kg each per case
  • Flasks: Pellets 2490 per, Tablets 500 per Restricted Product PCP # 19226 Schedule 1

Commodities & Sites

Fumitoxin – Aluminum phosphide may be used for fumigation treatment of various stored product insect pests in the following commodities:

Raw Agricultural Commodities – such as grains, seeds, nuts, peanuts.

Processed Foods – such as cereal flours, bakery mixes, cookies, crackers, pasta, cereals, dried fruit & nuts, spices, candy.

Animal Feed and Feed Ingredients

Nonfood Products – such as tobacco, clothing, wood, dried plants & flowers, straw or hay.

Fumigation Sites:

Warehouses

Space Fumigations – Processing plants & mills, bakeries, breweries, etc.

Grain Storages – silos, elevators, steel tanks & bins, flat storages, on-farm storage, etc.

Ships & Barges

Tarpaulin Enclosures

Ground burrowing rodents (gophers, ground squirrels, prairie dogs, etc.) and moles

Pests Controlled

FUMITOXIN tablets and pellets have been found effective against the following insects and their pre-adult stages – that is eggs, larvae and pupae.

  • Almond moth
  • Angoumois grain moth
  • Bean weevil
  • Cadelle
  • Cereal leaf beetle
  • Cigarette beetle
  • Cockroaches
  • Confused flour beetle
  • Flour beetle
  • Dermestid beetles
  • Dried fruit beetle
  • Dried fruit moth
  • European grain moth
  • Flat grain beetle
  • Grain moth
  • Granary weevil
  • Hairy fungus beetle
  • Hessian fly
  • Indian meal moth
  • Khapra beetle
  • Lesser grain borer
  • Maize weevil
  • Mediterranean flour moth
  • Pink bollworm
  • Raisin moth
  • Red flour beetle
  • Rice weevil
  • Rusty grain beetle
  • Saw-toothed grain beetle
  • Spider beetles
  • Tobacco moth
  • Yellow meal worm