Wednesday, June 19, 2024


These critters were victim of phosphorus trihydride (PH3), commonly knows as phosphine – in Nicaragua it’s called the ‘love pill’. It is used to control pests. The owner of this farm commonly mixes it with rice and beans and lets the rats eat it. It acts quickly and effectively as you can see. Danny, the boy in the picture, feels like a champ!!!

Estas criaturas fueron víctimas de fosfina (PH3), conocido como fosfina o la famosa ‘pastilla de amor’ o ‘pastilla para curar frijoles’. Se ocupa para control animales no deseados. El señor de esta finca lo mezcla con gallo pinto (arroz y frijoles) y deja que lo consuman las ratas. Funciona muy bien como ven. Danny, el chavalo en la foto, se siente como Mayorga!!!

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