Is a Rodenticide Good Enough?

Evolve™ and Evolve™ Mouse soft baits interfere with the reproductive mechanisms in rodents. Adding Evolve to an integrated Pest Management (IPM) program addresses the source of an infestation for long-term success. When used as directed, these FIFRA Section 25(b) exempt minimum risk pesticides pose little to no risk to people, pets, and predators.

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little to no risk

Evolve™ soft bait is a FIFRA Section 25(b) exempt minimum risk pesticide, posing little or no risk to people or the environment, including non-target animals.

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Made In USA

Evolve was developed by scientists in Arizona and is manufactured in the United States of America.

How does Evolve work?

The active ingredient in Evolve is Cottonseed Oil, which interferes with the reproductive mechanisms in both male and female rats. This targets the infestation at its source.

Where can Evolve be used?

Evolve can be used anywhere rats like to go. Place 2 to 12 pieces per location. Replace as needed.

How fast does Evolve work?

It takes 1 to 2 breeding cycles (about 4 to 6 weeks) for Evolve to impact a rat population. Fewer pregnant rats means fewer, pups, keeping rat populations from rebounding.

Is Evolve a risk to people and pets?

As a FIFRA Section 25(b) exempt "minimum risk pesticide", Evolve poses little or no risk to human health or the environment. This includes non-target species, including predatory birds. Bigger mammals, including pets, would need to ingest large amounts of Evolve over an extended period of time to have any effect.