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NIBOR-D® Insecticide is a borate powder used as a dust or liquid in crack and crevice applications. Prevents and controls carpenter ants, crickets, cockroaches, silverfish, earwigs, boxelder bugs, water bugs, cluster flies, centipedes, millipedes, ants, mildew and fungi. Used as a dust liquid or foam, it is particularly effective at pest control against small flies and all types of cockroaches in commercial kitchen sinks where they hide in drains and equipment.
Part of a Green Pest Management Program
Nibor-D is a borate dust that provides an inexpensive, multipurpose and flexible means of getting to hard-to-reach areas. Its recently expanded label has added more pests, application methods and sites, making it even more versatile than ever.
Nibor-D can be used as a dust, foam or mixed as a liquid, even in a liquid mop solution. It is ideal for inaccessible areas where pests hide, such as cracks and crevices, attics, wall voids, around plumbing penetrations and so on. It can be used as a complement to Niban or Niban-FG without any bait contamination and does not cake or corrode metals, as boric acid does.
*Not labeled for mildew and fungus in California.
Nibor-D can be used in Green Pest Management® programs. As a borate-based product, Nibor-D has a very low mammalian toxicity and targets specific pests. This reduces the impact on people, pets and non-target insects beneficial to the environment (such as butterflies and honeybees). Also, Nibor-D is applied only where needed, further reducing any unnecessary impact to the rest of the environment. And since it is long-lasting, less product is required for a successful and effective Green Pest Management program.
Nibor-D’s effect on target pests comes from the way the boron molecules in its active ingredient interfere with a pest’s metabolism. Because pests cannot excrete excess boron as humans can, the boron builds up in their systems and ultimately interrupts the normal chemical process of transforming food into energy. So, by ingesting Nibor-D, the insect is unable to extract nutrition from its food and effectively starves to death. Humans, pets and other living things don’t share the risk because they are able to excrete excess boron from their bodies.