Isopthor Termite Bait (Diflubenzuron) - 600 g (6 Station Refills)


Isopthor is intended for use in an ongoing program of management and control of subterranean termite colonies around and under any type of building or other object (structure). Isopthor does not exclude termites from a structure. Instead, it completely eliminates termite colonies in the ground where they originate.


CANNOT BE SHIPPED TO: Alaska, Idaho, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New York, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming


What are some of the advantages of termite baiting over spraying chemicals?

Low Impact:  Bait is confined to closed, locked stations. Low toxicity: The active ingredient used in Isopthor, diflubenzuron, is less toxic than table salt.

Colony control:  Termite baiting targets the entire colony, not just the termites that can be located. Cost effective: Bait is only placed in the station once termites have begun feeding on the station's interceptors.  Adding bait as needed means that bait never goes wasted or unused.  

Are there any disadvantages to termite baiting?

Time: Termite baiting does not eliminate the colony immediately.  It takes time for the bait to be distributed and consumed by the colony.  

I have termites attacking my structure.  What should I do? 

Once active termites have been observed in a structure, we recommend consulting with a licensed pest control operator to determine the extent of the damage and the best course of action.  In these instances, we would NOT recommend purchasing a termite baiting system until after a professional assessment has been completed.  

Why choose Isopthor over other baiting systems?

Money: On average Isopthor owners save 10%-50% when compared to other bait systems.

Convenience: Isopthor EZE's unique block interceptor and cartridge allow for quick and easy inspecting, baiting, and servicing. 

How far apart should stations be placed?

Stations should be placed 10-12 feet apart.  

How far out from the structure should stations be placed?

Stations should be placed 18""-24"" from the structure to avoid potential exposure to existing insecticide treatments.  

How often should stations be inspected?

Stations should be inspected 30 days, 60 days, and 90 days after they have been put in place.  After the 3rd inspection (at day 90) the stations should be inspected for termite activity every 3 months.  During the warmer months, we recommend station inspections every 30 to 60 days due to increased termite activity.

The Isopthor EZE Bronze Kit Includes:

Ten (10) Isopthor EZE Bait Stations

Twenty (20) Isopthor EZE Block Interceptors (2 Per Station)

One 558 g Box of Isopthor Tablet Bait (6 x 93g Cartridges)

Isopthor EZE Bait Station Access Key  


Pests Controlled: Subterranean Termites

Product Type: Baiting System

Ready to use or mixing required: Ready to use

Active Ingredient(s): Diflubenzuron - 0.25%

EPA Reg. No: 68850-2

Same Active Ingredient(s), Same Concentration: Advance

Label & Safety Data Sheet Table


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