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Sluxx HP is a granular bait formulation containing 29.7 g/kg (2.97% w/w) ferric phosphate.
The Sluxx HP formulation is the culmination of 10 years field experience and continuous product development. Growers and Agronomists have confidence in its performance and have made it the bestselling ferric phosphate pellet in the UK market. Our quality ferric phosphate formulation has a number of significant benefits which differentiates it from other pellets in the market and carries the Ferric Field Technology logo.
With excellent anti-moulding properties, the deep blue pellet is highly efficacious against all relevant slug species. The bait technology used in Sluxx HP has a novel mode of action, feeding ceases immediately following consumption of the bait. Slugs retreat underground to die, often there will not be any evidence of dead slugs so it is more effective to monitor the level of crop damage.
Visit our online tool designed to aid your pellet applicator set up - visit the Calibration Wizard online tool.
A whole host of other additional resources can be found on the Certis Slug Force hub.
Download our SlugWatch app to measure slug pressure in your area.
Developed in conjunction with Farming Online, the app provides the opportunity to view location-specific slug activity data, along with information on weather conditions, helping you to make informed decisions on slug monitoring and applying slug pellets.
Available to download for Android and IOS.
Find out more about Sluxx HP
Slug Facts with Dr Gordon Port
Hear from Dr Gordon Port all the facts you need to know about slug behaviour. Including most common species in UK crops and their feeding habits.
What makes a good slug pellet?
Dr Gordon Port explains the characteristics that make a good quality and effective slug pellet, based on years of in-depth slug research and understanding of slug behaviour
What makes Sluxx HP different?
Neil Beadle explains what makes Sluxx HP such an effective, high quality slug pellet
Slug Tracking Trial
Certis UK regional technical specialist Geoffrey Bastard along with Professor Keith Walters of Harper Adams University explain how we investigated the behaviour of slugs once they have ingested ferric phosphate pellets