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Isocine, OC

Isocine, OC

Isopropyl phenazine 3 g/l

Latest pink of rodent control!

Intended to prepare a poisoned bait to control rodents on plantings of field and greenhouse crops, including winter cereals, perennial grasses, trees, shrubs and other crops.

General information


  • blood anticoagulant of cumulative action;
  • easy to prepare and use the bait;
  • high efficiency due to active isomers of the active ingredient;
  • low consumption rates;
  • high preparation quality ensured by the total production cycle from synthesis to preparative form;
  • optimal cost/quality ratio;
  • efficient amid large numbers of rodents (over 300 holes/ha).

Preparative form

Oil concentrate containing isopropyl phenazine 3 g/l.

Transport and storage conditions

Comply with all conventional rules of toxic substance transport. Keep the preparation in a room dedicated for pesticide storage in the manufacturer"s package. Storage temperature range - minus 20⁰C to plus 30⁰C.

Shelf life

2 years.

Hazard class

Hazard class 2, high danger.
Hazard in case of contact with skin and if swallowed.


5, 10 liter PE container


Schyolkovo Agrokhim JSC, Russia.


Schyolkovo Agrokhim JSC, Russia.


Mechanism of action

When isopropyl phenazine is swallowed together with the food bait and comes into the rodent"s stomach, it is accumulated in the body and then blocks prothrombin complex in the liver, which results in blood incoagulability, haemorrhage and fatality.

Protective period

A month or more depending on population condition.

Speed of action

Most rodents are exposed within the first week after swallowing the bait, but some species require two weeks.

Spectrum of action

Mouse-like rodents (common vole, East European and public vole species) and water vole.


Efficient when used alone. Interval between treatment rodenticides and treatment with other pesticides - minimum 2 weeks. It is unfeasible to use it together with other rodenticides.

Potential for resistance


Usage regulations

Crop / object of treatment

Harmful object

Preparation consumption rate

Mix consumption rate

Method, time and conditions of application. Application time for manual (machinery assisted) operations

Wait time (application frequency)

All field and greenhouse crops, including winter cereals, perennial grasses, trees and shrubs

Mouse-like rodents (common vole, East European and public vole species)

0.006% in bait
20 ml per 1 kg of bait

Up to 6 kg/ha
10 g of bait to be put into hole

Treatment of bait prepared by mixing the preparation and bait base material (20 ml per 1 kg of ready-to-use bait). Bait bases material for voles: germinating or dry wheat, pieces of sugar beet, potato, carrot, apples.
Bait shall be put into holes using a dedicated applicator when rodent population is 10-20 holes/ha to 600 holes/ha, as necessary, every two weeks, but not more than 2 treatments in succession with the same bait material. -(-)


Water vole

20 g of bait to be put into hole

Application technique. Bait preparation
Mix the bait base material with the preparation (20 ml of preparation per 1 kg of ready-to-use bait) in the treatment unit or metal pan. Put the ready-to-use bait into a closed container intended for bait storage or transport to the point of application.
Use wheat, pieces of potato, sugar beet, carrot, or apple as the bait base material.
Consumption rates for bait preparation: 20 ml of preparation per 1 kg of bait.
Do not apply the preparation within the sanitary zone of fishery water bodies 500 m away from the flood line in case of maximum floodwater level, but not closer than 2 km to the existing banks.

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