Where’s the party tonight?

Seems like rodents are very much busy partying these days! The upward graph of incidences pertaining to automobile damage due to rodent attacks is a clear evidence of their dominance.

Cars are proving to be incredibly delicious treats for rodents these days. Of all the problems that cause significant damage and repair bills for your car, it turns out rats, although relatively small are amongst the biggest culprits. Apart from residing under the hood which provides these mammals a warm and cozy place to live, especially during winters, they also snack on the car wires which in turn affects the car health. This rat party, under the hood, can cost a pretty penny for us.

Rodents are blessed with continuously growing incisors which makes them gnaw on anything that comes their way. Part of the blame for such gnawing on wires is the coatings which impart a smooth texture, sweet smell and bright color to the wires. This further engenders contact of bare wires causing shorts. Rodents mainly chew near their nest or shelter, so it could be in a tight, hidden area where you don’t usually think of looking for a problem.

Along with wires, this four-legged creature also attacks the car interiors by chewing through the seat covers and other foam material inside.

There were over 100 incidents of Honda car damage due to rodents in 2013. Also from 2010 to 2013 there were over 215 SUBARU car damage incidents recorded due to rodents.

Let us have a look at some recent incidence where rats have caused some serious damage in automobile sector:

·         Rat trap: Mum finally catches giant rodent that caused €2,000 of damage to car February 17 2016, News Irish News, Ireland

Laura Sweetnam (30) from Macroom in Cork caught a giant rat in the boot of her Renault car two months after she had first noticed repeated damage to the interior furnishings and fittings.

Laura, who is a Cork-based garda, admitted she was “absolutely horrified” to spot the rat as she was cleaning her car last Wednesday.

  • Rodents Damaging Cars in Broken Arrow

February 12 2016, News on 6.com, Oklahoma, USA

You may not expect to have a rodent problem inside your car, but that’s exactly what some Broken Arrow drivers are experiencing. One mechanic said, in some cases, the rats are causing thousands of dollars in damages by eating wires and building a nest inside the engine compartment. Fellers Auto specialist owner, Tommy Fellers, said he’s recently repaired 13 rat-related problems.

  • When Animals Invade Your Car

April 29 2015, Boston.com Staff

You may be carrying additional passengers in your car, and not the kind that can get you access to the HOV lane. Ron Harrison, director of technical services for Orkin Pest Control, says animal infestations in cars are fairly uncommon. Even so, his company’s technicians are contacted about a problem with pests in a car at least once a month. Harrison told Boston.com critters tend to make their presence known.

“The car might not start because a wire was gnawed on,” said Harrison. “Rodents urinate a lot so the smell would make it pretty obvious.”

·         Honda’s Soy-Based Wiring Covers Irresistible to Rodents: Lawsuit

January 26 2016, nbc nEWS

Environmentally friendly car wiring with a soy-based coating is too tempting for rodents to resist, according to a federal class-action lawsuit that demands Honda pick up the tab for the damage caused by gnawing mice, rabbits and squirrels.

It’s high time now to take some serious actions against these rodent attacks. We just can’t let them eat our cars anymore!

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RodrepelTM  is effective in low dosages, has low vapor pressure-thus posing no problems of fumes in the air, and also has a long life action of up to 50 years depending upon the application. RodrepelTM  is available in the form of polymeric masterbatches compatible with all the kinds of thermosetting and thermoplastic polymers.

It is available in the form of ready to use lacquer that can be applied as a coating inside or on the surface of the automobiles. Also, RodrepelTM  in liquid form can be incorporated in paints and used in the automobile industry.

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 Rattled passengers dread train journeys in India

In a relaxation showdown, trains are doubtlessly the most laidback style of travel, allowing us to sit back, relax, and enjoy the picturesque view. Luckily, some of the world’s most beautiful destinations are also home to the most scenic train rides. What a great way to rejuvenate! But what if notorious co-passengers like rats, bedbugs, and cockroaches also wish to accompany us? It would not take long for an ecstatic train ride to transform into a grisly nightmare!

Though Indian Railways are known for taking strict measures against freeloaders, hundreds of rats are traveling across the countryside, without a ticket.

Rats, the little devils in disguise, have a single pair of unremittingly growing incisors in each of the upper and lower jaws. Most of the time rats gnaw to fulfill a portion of their dietary habits. If, however, rats do not have an adequate dietary reason or opportunity to exercise their incisors, there is a danger of the teeth “overgrowing”. In these cases, the incisors can prevent their mouth from closing (severely restricting their ability to eat), or the teeth may actually cause injury to the animal, including puncturing the roof of the mouth. The smooth texture, sweet odor and bright color of cables attract them. The railway sector has to bear huge economic losses, solely due to rats gnawing and damaging cables.

Rail cabling holds vital data within it and is responsible for controlling the signaling infrastructure of its railways. Damage to these cables could cause electrical short circuits, incorrect signals, miscommunications, and fires. July, 2014 saw a collision in South Western France between a high-speed TGV and Regional train leaving 40 passengers badly injured, all because of a signal malfunction created by rat activity. 

Rodents are a nuisance for the passengers traveling in trains especially in A.C. coaches. The number of complaints of rats scurrying around pantry cars of long-distance trains is on the rise.

Some latest news rodent menace in Railways coaches

  1. Rats on board AC coaches of Kerala trains

Published on: Jul 6, 2015, 04.15 AM IST

With travelers often complaining of the rat menace on trains from the coastal state, a city- based cultural body of Malayalees plans to ask people to carry traps along to combat the rodent problem. The latest person at the receiving end is a Thane couple who travelled in an air-conditioned coach of 16346 Netravati express from Kerala to Thane on Saturday. The rodents, they said, had damaged their luggage and food packets. Complaints to officials on board fell on deaf ears.

  1. Rattled Passengers Complain To Railway Ministry about Rat Menace on Trains

 

Published on: Aug 03, 2015 at 17:57

The Indian Railways acknowledged on August 3, that it has a major rat problem. “Yes, some complaints and references are being received regarding the presence of rats in coaches,” Union Minister of State for Railways Manoj Sinha said in a written reply in Lok Sabha.

  1. Rattled in AC first class, couple claims Rs 10 lakh compensation

 

Published on: Jan 06, 2016 18:21 IST, Hindustan Times, Ranchi

 

A Ranchi couple has claimed Rs 10 lakh as compensation for alleged rat bites in the AC first class compartment of a Kolkata-bound train.

PC Sinha (72) and his wife Alka Sinha (62) were travelling in Kriya Yoga Express from Ranchi to Howrah on December 30 last year. Around midnight, Sinha, a retired chief engineer in Bokaro Steel Limited, was allegedly bitten by rodents and had to take rabies vaccines after reaching Kolkata.

 

Rodents not only target our coach interiors, they can also affect our trains in other ways. Let us see a few articles below;

1. Railway spends Rs 10 crore to get rid of rats at Delhi stations

Published on: India TV News Desk Updated 07 Dec 2015

Irritated over the menace of rats in large railways stations such as New Delhi, Delhi, Hazrat Nizamuddin and Sarai Rohila, authorities had chalked out a plan of Rs 10 crore, hiking its Rs 6 crore expenditure of previous year.

  1. Rattled: Rodents derail trains in Jharkhand’s rebel hotbed
    Published on: Nov 24, 2015, Hindustan times, India

In Jharkhand’s Maoist hotbed Palamu, railway authorities are fighting a new enemy, literally armed to the teeth – rats. Colonies of rodents which have made home under the tracks have been cited as the reason for at least three train derailments at the Daltonganj railway station in one year.

There is an urgent need for a sustainable solution to combat these unremitting rodent attacks resulting in inconvenience to the passengers as well as causing high economic losses.

C Tech Corporation can offer a solution to this problem. Our products RodrepelTM is an extremely low toxicity and extremely low hazard and eco-friendly rodent aversive. It is available in the form of masterbatches which can be directly incorporated in the polymer matrix during processing of wires and cables. This would be an efficient way of deterring the rodents from chewing the cables and wires and thus negate the possibility of a short circuit. Gruesome accidents like the above can thus be avoided.

RodrepelTM is also available in lacquer form and can be applied directly on the outside as well as inside of the railway coaches. These products can effectively control the proliferation of these undesired rodents.

The product is compliant with ROHS, ROHS2, ISO, REACH, APVMA, NEA, EU-BPR, and FIFRA exempted.

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RAT NUISANCE IN HOTELS

Remember Remy from ratatouille, a rat who simply adored food and its quality. Blessed with a strong sense of smell, his knowledge of food allowed him to identify different ingredients in a dish and cook many mouth watering dishes.

However in a real life scenario, a rat sighted in a restaurant or bar area, or worse in a guestroom, could severely damage the hotel’s reputation and result in the loss of customers. Also, severe infestations could even cause the health department to shut down the establishment temporarily or even permanently.

Hotels are vulnerable to rat infestation due to several reasons.

Hotels and restaurants prove to be the best places for rats to explore new delicacies! They find food almost everywhere, in the kitchen area, in the garbage and even on the leftover trays. This causes contamination of food items which results in transmission of various diseases. Also these four- legged mammals are commonly encountered near the trashcans and waste containers outside the hotels.

Rats are always in search of warmth. They are unable to regulate their body temperatures, unlike other mammals. Thus rats are very much attracted to the laundry areas in hotels. The constant heat of the dryers provides ample warmth for rats, and the linens supply numerous places for nesting.

All rats need moisture to survive. They need about 15-30 ml of free-standing water each day. Thus they find water sources around perspiring soda and ice machines, leaky pipes, and HVAC units and around water fountains in hotels, which in turn increases their infestation. In garden areas, the burrowing activities, especially of bandicoot rats, can create additional damage and cost

Power outages in hotels are the worst things to happen. And many a time’s rodents are found to be the culprits for these. Rodents are blessed with a single pair of continuously growing incisors. Apart from fulfilling their dietary requirements, these little nibblers continuously need to gnaw on something or the other, to avoid overgrowing of teeth. Electrical wirings, insulations top rodent’s snack list due to their smooth texture, bright colors and also the odor that they exude.

Rats mainly invade through windows and doors in hotels and restaurants. However holes and cracks around doors, windows, vents and utility penetrations can also be the potential entry points for them. Their flexible body structure allows them to get access through the tiniest of openings.

Let us have a look at some cases where rodent infestation has led to restaurant closure

  • Family Dollar closed due to ‘heavy rat infestation’
    By Zoe Zellers, December 30 2015, Fox 45 News, Baltimore

The public is being notified that a family Dollor store has been shut down by city officials after an inspection revealed heavy rat infestation.

Councilman Brandon Scott says that the decision to close the store “shows why it was critically important for us to pass the legislation that now allows the public to be properly notified.”

No complaints were made, but a routine inspection led officials to discover a heavy rat infestation and unsanitary conditions.

  • Restaurant Inspections: 100 Rodent Droppings, Roaches, Dirty Floors
    By Sherri Lonon, January 5, 2016, Florida

The state of Florida issued several temporary shutdown orders at Tampa Bay eateries last week.

Roach activity, evidence of rodents was among the biggest reasons behind the temporary closings.

  • Bullring Burger King operators fined £12,000 over mice infestation

      By Matt Cannon, January 7 2016, Birmingham Mail, Birmingham

Birmingham fast food restaurant fined after environmental officers discovered mouse droppings discovered in the food preparation and storage areas

The operators of the Burger King in the Bullring have been fined over a mice infestation at the restaurant.

Environmental officers forced the temporary closure of the establishment last year after they discovered evidence of the rodents during a routine inspection on February 2 2015 and a follow-up visit two days later.

Birmingham City Council said its officers found mouse droppings in the food preparation and storage areas, as well as evidence of inadequate cleaning and food exposed to risk of contamination. The restaurant was allowed to reopen after officers were satisfied sufficient pest control work had been carried out and the “imminent risk of injury to health” had been removed.

These uninvited guests are undoubtedly posing severe threat in the hotel industry. In order to avoid this nuisance caused by rodents there is an urgent requirement of a solution to this problem.

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The product is compliant with ROHS, ROHS2, ISO, REACH, APVMA, NEA, EU-BPR, and FIFRA exempted.

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Pests on board!

Rodents are ubiquitous. They are encountered in almost every sector of life such as telecommunication, automobile, railways, aviation and so on. Likewise, rodent infestation is, unfortunately, a common problem on planes around the world. Air journeys make it easier for the rodents to travel to countries and continents where there may not have any natural predators. Also, there is a high possibility of disseminating new diseases to the various countries they travel.

Rodents tend to board an aircraft through open doors and access panels, when it is parked for a relatively long period of time either in the hangar or on the apron, especially during the night when human activity is reduced. Also, they have been observed entering the aircraft during loading of catering trolleys and cargos.

Rodents usually cause damage by gnawing on the wirings and cables of airplanes. Rodents are blessed with two pairs of continuously growing incisors. In order to keep these incisors sharp and to avoid their overgrowth, these notorious mammals continuously gnaw on something hard, like wires and cables.

For a safe flight, there are various navigation sensors and aircraft flight control systems fitted in an aircraft. The advent of “fly by wire” and electro-actuated flight surfaces (rodenther than the traditional hydraulics) has massively increased safety. To supplement air traffic control many aircrafts use TCAS (Traffic Collision Avoidance System). To help avoid collisions with terrains, the aircrafts use systems like GPWS (Ground Proximity Warning System) often combined with a Radar altimeter. To assist aircraft flying at night or in instrument meteorological conditions weather radars and lightening detectors are used. One can just imagine the catastrophic situation in case of loss of control due to failing of one of these systems. Hundreds of lives are at stake. Reason? It is the gnawing of rodents on the communication, navigation cables and wires thus paralyzing the airplane.

 

  • Let us have a look at a few recent incidences where many flights have been diverted due to rodents on board!
  • Rats on flight, AI Dreamliner grounded

April 4, 2016, TOI, India

One of Air India’s Dreamliners has an unwelcome tenant. Spotted off and on, the rat has   disrupted flights at least thrice this month. The aircraft (VT-ANV) took off from Melbourne as AI309 just before 6am (India time). After flying for about six hours, the rat was sighted and the aircraft diverted to Singapore where it landed after 1pm. The plane has been grounded there and AI was making alternate arrangements to fly the passengers to Delhi. “Rodents on board can lead to a catastrophe if they start chewing up electric wires. If that happens, pilots will have no control on any system, leading to a disaster,” a senior commander said. The aircraft, worth Rs 1,500 crore (at current prices), has been fumigated repeatedly and rodent traps have been laid but there is no shooing away the rodent.

 

  • Rats on a plane! Packed passenger jet bound for London forced to make mid-air diversion after rodent spotted in the cabin

December 30, 2015, Mail Online

A plane carrying 240 passengers en route to London from India was forced to return to Mumbai when a rat was spotted in the cabin.

Air India flight 131 was flying over Tehran in Iran, heading to Heathrow, earlier this morning when the passengers raised the alarm. The pilot took the decision to turn the plane around to land back in Mumbai.

Rodents are also responsible for transmitting serious vector diseases to humans, either directly or indirectly via fleas.

So is there any solution for this rodent menace?? Do tedious processes like fumigation and use of rodent traps really help? The reality is that these conventional methods are proving to be ineffective in managing the rodents. So the question is what can be done to discourage these notorious rodents from causing further on-board damages.

We at C Tech Corporation  have come up with a solution for this problem. Our product RodrepelTM  is an extremely low toxicity and extremely low hazard and eco-friendly rodent aversive. This product acts through a series of highly developed intricate mechanism ensuring that rodents are kept away from the target application. The product is compliant with RoHS, RoHS2, and REACH and is FIFRA exempted. We do not aim at disturbing the ecosystem designed by nature. Our eco-friendly products do not kill the target species but only repel them.

The products are available in the form of solid masterbatches which can be incorporated as a polymer additive in the sheathing of wires and cables used in various sensitive equipments in an airplane to make it rodent resistant. Also the food lockers and other vulnerable areas to damage can be coated with our lacquer based solutions. Our products have a long shelf life. Thus RodrepelTM is definitely an effective solution for controlling and managing the problems and threat posed by rodents in airplanes.

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Grey squirrels: The furry terrorists

The grey squirrel is a common mammal that can delight you by its acrobatic movements and annoy by damaging trees, feeding on flower buds, bulbs, fruits and vegetables at the same time. Sciurus carolinensis, a common name grey squirrel, is a tree squirrel in the genus Sciurus. It is native to eastern North America.

These furry terrorists attack a wide range of ornamental plants, fruits and vegetables. Tulip bulbs, crocus corms, sweet corn, strawberries, apples, pears, nuts, sunflower seed heads and flower buds of camellias and magnolias are affected the most.

Grey squirrels damage trees by gnawing at the stem to get to the sweet, sap filled layers (phloem tissue) just beneath the bark with their sharp incisors as a part of their oral maintenance. This tissue is responsible for the movement of sugars around the plant known as translocation. If this gnawing extends around the stem, then the movement of sugars around the plant will come to a halt and the tree will die.

Bark stripping damage usually starts at the end of April and continues until the end of July. Trees are stripped anywhere on the main stem and branches, with vigorously growing and dominant trees generally being most affected. Damage levels vary between years and across sites within the same year. Planted or naturally regenerated trees aged between 10 and 40 years, especially sycamore, beech,  oak, sweet chestnut, pine, larch and Norway spruce, are most vulnerable to damage. Other species, especially broadleaves may also be damaged. The damages caused by bark stripping act as a major discouragement to the planting of broadleaved and coniferous trees for timber as it reduces the value of the final crop.

Up to 5% of damaged trees may die and many more will have degraded timber value through stem deformation, rot and broken tops. Oak, poplar, Scots pine and Norway spruce are particularly vulnerable to stem breakage. The fungal invasion at the damage site results in staining and rotting, reducing the value of the timber. Damage to branches in the canopy may cause dieback, affecting the timber yield.

Other damages caused by grey squirrels include digging up and feeding on bulbs and corms. Squirrels can also affect populations of small birds in woodlands by eating eggs and nestlings. Also these little critters damage lawns by burying or digging up winter food stores and gnaw on plastic, such as hosepipes and plastic netting as a part of their oral maintenance. In addition, there may be indirect competition, e.g. for food, between grey squirrels and the red squirrel. Grey squirrels also carry squirrel pox virus, an infection fatal to red squirrels.

  • Forest hit by fresh outbreak of deadly squirrel pox virus

By Linda Stewart, March 26th 2016, Belfast Telegraph, Ireland

Tollymore Forest in Co Down has been hit by an outbreak of squirrel pox five years after the virus wiped out 90% of its native red squirrels.

The disease is carried by the invasive grey squirrel, which appears to be immune to its effects, but red squirrels that contract the virus have little natural resistance and often die within 15 days of infection.

Members of the public have been urged to be on the alert for signs of infected squirrels and to report them to the authorities.

Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) Wildlife Inspector Declan Looney said: “The red squirrels in this forest had recovered well following the first outbreak five years ago but this is a further blow to them.

“Sick red squirrels will appear lethargic, approachable, with painful sores on their faces and paws. Unfortunately, there appears little natural resistance to the virus within the local population and sick animals tend to die within 10 days to two weeks. If you have squirrels entering your garden to feed at bird feeders, please either remove these or clean them daily to reduce the spread of the virus.”

  • Grey squirrels are damaging Britain’s native trees, warns Prince of Wales

By Louise Gray, April 3rd  2009, The Telegraph, UK

As patron of a new charity, The Red Squirrel Survival Trust (RSST), the Prince spoke out about the damage greys can cause. Grey squirrels strip the bark from native broadleaved trees like beech, oak, and sweet chestnut and can even kill the trees as well as eating bulbs and seeds in large quantities.

In a letter of support for the new charity, the Prince wrote: “The grey squirrels, which exist in far greater number than the reds, are causing incalculable damage to our native trees particularly the beech.”

The Prince recalls seeing reds in Sandringham, Norfolk, as a child but can now only see the species in the Royal estates in Scotland.

There is an urgent need for an effective solution against this little four-legged mammal which continues to destroy the trees, fruits, and vegetables without any sign of repentance.

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The fencing and tree guards can be coated with RodrepelTM to protect the trees, shrubs etc. from the damage caused by the grey squirrels. The product can also be incorporated into agricultural films, greenhouse films, plastic mulches used on a large scale in the agriculture as well as horticulture sector in order to avoid damages caused by these squirrels to fruits and vegetables. Also, the products can be directly incorporated in the polymer matrix during processing of pipes and tubing. RodrepelTM does not leach out, thus there is no soil pollution. Groundwater reserves are also not polluted. Also the non-target beneficial species like earthworms, bees etc are not affected.

The product is compliant with ROHS, ROHS2, ISO, REACH, APVMA, NEA, EU-BPR, and FIFRA exempted.

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Gray squirrels damaging our trees!

Grey squirrel is a tree squirrel in the genus Sciurus.  As the name suggests, the grey squirrel has predominantly grey fur, but it can have a brownish color. It has a usual white underside as compared to the typical brownish-orange underside of the fox squirrel. It has a large bushy tail. Particularly in urban situations where the risk of predation is reduced, both white and black-colored individuals are quite often found. Grey squirrels are mainly herbivorous, eating acorns and hazelnuts, berries, fungi and even bark, buds, and shoots.

Squirrels sometimes gnaw on trees as well. They are blessed with a pair of continuously growing incisors. In order to avoid their overgrowth which could cause injuries to them, they need to constantly gnaw on something hard. They strip off the bark which causes unsightly damage to the tree. Grey squirrels damage trees by gnawing at the stem to get to the sweet, sap-filled layers (phloem tissue) just beneath the bark. This tissue is responsible for the movement of sugars around the plant and the process is known as translocation. If this gnawing extends around the stem, the tree is ‘ringed’ i.e. if a complete circle of bark and underlying tissue is removed, then the movement of sugars around the plant will come to a halt and the tree will eventually die. Some of the damaged trees will die; some will succumb to fungal infection. Where the fungus enters, the wood becomes stained and may rot. Callusing commonly found in trees disguises the damage or staining present in the timber at felling age.

The bark stripping usually occurs between late April and the end of July. Very young trees or saplings are generally not attacked as they cannot support the weight of a squirrel, the main stem of older trees are usually safe as the bark is too thick for the squirrels to strip. The most vulnerable trees are sycamore, beech, oak, sweet chestnut, pine, larch and Norway spruce. Bark stripping is a problem in woodland where the squirrel numbers are greater than 5 squirrels per hectare. The risk of damage may be greatest where there are vulnerable trees next to mature woodland that produces a good seed crop, which in turn supports a high density of squirrels.

In many cases, the stems are deformed which reduces the value of the timber. Oak, poplar, Scots pine and Norway spruce are particularly vulnerable to stem breakage.

Such damage caused by these grey squirrels acts as a major disincentive to the planting of broadleaved and coniferous trees for timber as it reduces the value of the final crop. Increasingly wider impacts are being recognized as potentially of major significance to woodland conservation, biodiversity and sustainability. T is also predicted that the damage may lead to a loss of particularly vulnerable species (e.g. beech) within the mature canopy of woodlands and this may be accompanied by loss of associated fungal and invertebrate fauna and their predators. In addition, there may be indirect competition, e.g. for food, between grey squirrels and native fauna. Grey squirrels also carry squirrel pox virus, an infection fatal to red squirrels.

Theories as to why the squirrels go after the bark range from them simply seeking some sweet, sugary sap during summer heat and drought, to the need to continually sharpen their ever-growing teeth, or possibly to obtain the calcium in the sap of the tree phloem tissue needed to satisfy their own calcium deficiencies. Trees growing most vigorously are at increased risk of damage, possibly because they contain more calcium in their sap. It is likely gray squirrels have a requirement for additional calcium during the bark stripping season when adult females are under pressures such as lactation, and juvenile squirrels are going through their main period of bone growth, both of which likely represent a requirement for calcium.

Let us look at the following news article pertaining to the damage caused by grey squirrels.

Squirrels doing bark-stripping damage to trees

Mike Klahr, July 2016, Cincinnati.com, USA

Honey locust trees are a frequent target, possibly because of their sweet sap, although many different species can be attacked

Question: I recently noticed thin strips of bark laying on the ground around the base of my honey locust tree. The bark has been almost totally stripped off large sections of major limbs, leaving bare wood exposed at least halfway around some of the limbs. What could have caused this? What can be done to prevent more damage? Will we lose the limbs that were damaged?

Answer: Unfortunately, the branches that have been debarked more than one-third their circumference will probably die, especially from that point outward. This type of severe bark damage, with thin strips of bark torn off in pieces 1/2 to 1 inch wide, and 2 to 4 inches long, is caused by squirrels.

There is an urgent need for an effective solution against this little four legged mammal which continues to destroy the trees, fruits and vegetables without any sign of repentance.

C Tech Corporation  can offer a solution to overcome this problem. Our product Rodrepel™ is a non-toxic, non-hazardous rodent aversive. RodrepelTM is available in the form of solid masterbatches, liquid concentrate and in lacquer form. The product is compliant with RoHS, RoHS2, and REACH and is FIFRA exempted. This product acts through a series of highly developed intricate mechanism ensuring that rodents are kept away from the target application.

The fencing and tree guards can be coated with RodrepelTM to protect the trees, shrubs etc. from the damage caused by the grey squirrels. The product can also be incorporated into agricultural films, greenhouse films, plastic mulches used on a large scale in the agriculture as well as horticulture sector in order to avoid damages caused by these squirrels to fruits and vegetables. Also, the products can be directly incorporated in the polymer matrix during processing of pipes and tubing. RodrepelTM does not leach out, thus there is no soil pollution. Groundwater reserves are also not polluted. Also the non target beneficial species like earthworms, bees etc are not affected.

The product is compliant with ROHS, ROHS2, ISO, REACH, APVMA, NEA, EU-BPR, and FIFRA exempted.

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Rodent menace in agriculture!

Rodents are one of the most important vertebrate pests which directly and indirectly cause distress to the production of crops and storage of grains. Rodents cause severe damage to various crops by gnawing, spoilage, contamination and hoarding activities. The effects of rodent damage cause a huge amount of crop losses and food shortages in many parts of the world. Rodents cause millions of dollars in damages to field crops, stored grain and farm equipment each year. In addition, they are the major carrier for more than 60 diseases that are transmissible to humans, companion animals, and livestock.

In Asia alone, annual food losses due to rodents would be enough to feed 200 million people each year. Rice pre-harvest losses are estimated to be between 5-10% in most Asian countries, however, in some countries, it is expected to be significantly higher, such as Indonesia where yield loss estimates are around 19% which is the equivalent of enough grain to feed 39 million more Indonesians. However, the destruction caused by rodents on a localized level can be devastating where rodent outbreaks can wipe out entire harvests and lead to famine like conditions.

While there are different causes of rodent outbreaks, all lead to a situation whereby there are higher than normal amounts of available food which rodents has access to. Rodent outbreaks have been categorized as being cyclical or evolutional, climatic, or anthropogenic Rodent outbreaks which occur due to natural cycles include the masting or flowering of plants such as bamboo. In 2007, many poor rural communities in India, Myanmar, Bangladesh and Laos PDR were affected by such events and required food aid.

Unusual climatic events such as heavy rainfall early in the wet season or flash floods and cyclones can cause rodent outbreaks. Heavy rainfall before the beginning of the crop season, for instance, can allow the rodents’ breeding season to begin earlier due to better than usual food supply, therefore, the breeding season is extended which increases rodent numbers in the fields.

The third cause of rodent outbreaks is due to the management of cropping systems whereby there is an anthropogenic response to an extreme climatic event or market forces. The expansion of cropping areas and the intensification of cropping systems increasing the number of crop seasons per year are seen as major inducers of anthropogenic rodent outbreaks.

Let us look at some recent news articles pertaining to rodent damage in the agricultural sector.

Rodents destroy crops in district, paddy worst-hit
May 20, 2015, TOI, India

MADURAI: Rodent infestation is causing severe damage to crops across the district, specifically in paddy fields where the damage is estimated to be the highest.

Entomologists said 4.6 to 54% of paddy crops were lost due to rat infestation. The ‘bandicota bengalensis’ variety of rats is the most common troublemaker, found in crop and residential areas alike. These usually thrive in wetland areas. Another species ‘millardia meltada’ is mostly found in dry land areas.

Assistant professor of entomology at Tamil Nadu Agricultural University Usha Rani said, “You know there is a rat problem when the seeds on the planting or the rice tillers, which are grain-bearing branches formed on the base of the plant, are eaten. Rice panicle, which is a kind of flower seen on the top part of the plant, will also be missing.”

“Rodents stock about 0.5kg to 4kg of grain in their burrows in special chambers,” she added.

The rodent problem has been severe in Chellampatti and surrounding areas of the district. Crops are usually damaged when it is about 45 days old. “The maximum damage is caused to rice crops. The rodents cut the seedling in patches,” said farmer from Chellapatti area D Pandiarajan.

Rodents play havoc with paddy ryots
August 4, 2016, TOI, India

Guntur: For J Venkata Rao, a paddy grower from Ponnur mandal in the district, the last couple of years had not been great in terms of returns. While he lost his investment due to lack of adequate rainfall in 2014, rodents ate away a part of his field last year.

This year too, as Kharif season began, he is anxious as he is yet to find an effective method to eradicate the rodents.

“As soon as the transplantation of the crop begins every year, I spend sleepless nights. I grow paddy on 2 acres and I lose about six bags of the crop due to rodents,” he lamented.

Let us now look at some current methods that are used to control the rodent menace in the agricultural sector, particularly in rice fields. Throughout South and Southeast Asia studies have shown that rodents are the number one pest or the pest which causes the most damage to the rice yields. The most common technique used to control the damage caused by rodents is the use of rodenticides. However, studies show that many rodenticides have adverse effects on the health of the farmers. Rodenticides and pesticides also are responsible for the environmental degradation by polluting the soil and ground water reserves. These rodenticides also kill the non-target beneficial species like bees, earthworms etc.

So the question that arises is what should we use? This question has been answered by CTech Corporation’s RodrepelTM . RodrepelTM  is an extremely low toxicity and extremely low hazard and eco-friendly product of C Tech Corporation  that helps to keep rodents at bay. RodrepelTM  does not kill the animal, it only repels them! In fact, it is completely safe for the target as well as non-target species. This innovative product, in masterbatch form, can be incorporated with the drip tapes, tubes, pipes, agricultural films, mulches. The product does not leach out, thus preventing soil pollution. Groundwater reserves are also not polluted. Also, the non-target beneficial species like earthworms, bees etc are not affected.

Our product in lacquer form can be coated over tree guards, fences, various PVC surfaces etc. which would ensure complete protection against these creatures. Our products provide a safe and environmentally friendly solution to avoid rodent infestation in agriculture.

The product is compliant with ROHS, ROHS2, ISO, REACH, APVMA, NEA, EU-BPR, and FIFRA exempted.

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Rats – A newfangled threat to human life!!!

As if wild boars and other animals were not enough, now we have to protect ourselves and our young ones from newfound threats like rats!

Rats primarily viewed as annoying little furry animals have fast turned themselves into a force to reckon with to the extent of being life-threatening.

In the recent past, there has been a slew of cases where encounters with rodents have culminated into life-threatening situations.

Below are two such incidents reported in newspapers worldwide which brought to our attention the extent of damage a measly rodent could do.

Giant rats eat two babies in South Africa townships in separate attacks


UPDATED: 10:46 GMT, 3 June 2011

  • ‘I can’t forget how ugly my child looked after her eyes were ripped out’ says dead baby’s mother
  • The rats can grow up to three-foot long

 

Giant rats as big as cats have killed and eaten two babies in separate attacks in South Africa’s squalid townships this week.

 Lunathi Dwadwa, three, was killed as she slept in her parent’s shack in the Khayelitsha slum outside Cape Town and another girl was killed in Soweto township near Johannesburg the same day.

 Little Lunathi was sleeping on a makeshift bed on the floor of her family’s breeze block and corrugated iron home on Sunday night when she died. Her puzzled parents didn’t even hear her scream.

 When her mother discovered her lifeless body, she saw that her daughter’s eyes had been gouged out.

Bukiswa Dwadwa, 27, said: ‘I can’t forget how ugly my child looked after her eyes were ripped out.

 ‘She was eaten from her eyebrows to her cheeks, her other eye was hanging by a piece of flesh.’

Her father Mncedisi Mokoena said police told him: ‘Nothing could have done that but rats’

 And today police revealed that a baby girl died in the Soweto township when she was attacked by rats while her teenage mother was out with friends.

 ‘We were called to the scene of the death of an infant due to a rat attack on Monday morning at around 9am,’ said police officer Bongani Mhlongo.

 ‘The mother of the child was arrested on charges of culpable homicide and negligence.’

 The deaths appear to be part of a spate of deadly rat attacks in the country.

 Last month, 77-year-old grandmother Nomathemba Joyi died after giant rats chewed off the right side of her face.

 Residents of South Africa’s impoverished townships say the giant rats grow up to three-foot long, including their tails, and have front teeth over an inch long.

 The suspects in the baby attacks are believed to be African Giant Pouched Rats, a species only distantly related to UK rats, but native to sub-Saharan Africa – and the biggest in the world.

 They are nocturnal, omnivorous and can produce up to 50 young a year. Some tribal people breed them for food.

 They thrive in the townships’ filthy conditions and feast on residents’ uncollected rubbish.

These clueless parents have lost their children to a low life like a rodent! To die in such young age and in this manner is a death that one would wish for even for an enemy.

In yet another horrifying incident a young mother recounts how her 16-month old beautiful daughter was savaged by a giant rat as the youngster slept in her cot.

 

Giant rat attack horror: Baby savaged by foot-long rodent as she slept in cot

16 Nov 2012 19:10

Her panic-stricken mum rushed into the 16-month-old’s room after hearing screams and found her covered in blood with deep bite marks

 Ordeal: Mum Lindsey found baby Lolly covered in blood and a rat scurrying around the flat

A horrified mum told today how her toddler daughter was savaged by a giant rat as the youngster slept in her cot.

Panic-stricken Lindsey Molyneux rushed into 16-month-old Lolly’s room after hearing her screams and found her covered in blood with deep bite marks to her hand.

Husband Michael later photographed the foot-long rodent scurrying around the family’s one-bedroom flat.

Mum-of-two Lindsey said the beast, which they nicknamed Ratzilla, had also gnawed through terrified Lolly’s pyjama bottoms.

The 30-year-old said she had just settled down to watch I’m a Celebrity after putting Lolly and her twin sister Lily to bed when she heard her crying on the baby monitor.

Lindsey added: “I went in because I didn’t want her to wake Lily.

“She was shaking and I thought maybe she was just having one of her nightmares.

“She threw up on my shoulder so I walked her out of the bedroom, holding her over my left shoulder, sat her down on the floor on the kitchen and as I started to strip her I saw all the blood because I hadn’t seen it in the bedroom as it was dark.

“I just started screaming, I tried not to swear but every swear word was coming out.

“I screamed, ‘She’s bleeding, she’s bleeding.’ I couldn’t see where she was bleeding from then I suddenly saw her hand, you could just see that the blood was gushing out from there.

“The only way I could describe it is we were just befuddled, we just could not figure out what had happened.

“We’ve got no pets and there’s nothing around her bed that could do that.”

After managing to stop the bleeding, Lindsey called NHS Direct to see if they had any ideas.

Just then the huge rat raced past her, giving her the shock of her life.

She said: “I was on the phone to the nurse. I saw it at the door and it was about a foot long.

 “I went around the patio door, opened up the front door and as soon as I opened it up its legged it. You could clearly see it was a rat, the size of it was massive.”

A&E doctors confirmed it was a rat bite. Lindsey said her GP did not believe her story until she showed him the footage of the rodent.

Little Lolly received treatment for the bite and is recovering well.

The couple has since disinfected and cleaned their entire house in Camden, North London.

Council pest control experts have laid traps and checked nearby sewers.

Lindsey said the front door had been left open for half an hour earlier in the night of the attack to ventilate the house while ­engineer Michael cooked dinner.

But pest controllers were still unsure how the rat got in.

Lindsey added: “It’s not even the thought that it bit her, that’s bad enough, it’s just the thought that it was crawling on her.

“It’s got in once and I’m still afraid it can get in again.”

So why do these rodents enter our homes?

Rats/rodents enter our houses basically in the search for food as well as a warm place to live in. They roam around freely in homes in search for food and something to chew on to keep their incisors trimmed. One would wonder if they are conscious of their dental hygiene!

But the truth is rats have a pair of continuously growing incisors that need to be trimmed regularly. In order to do that rats chew on anything in their vicinity including cables, wires, plastics; literally anything they can lay their filthy paws on.

Rats not only invade your home and your privacy but they can also turn out to be life-threatening. There is no place on the earth that they can’t inhabit. You can’t escape them; you have to deal with them.

The right way of doing that is not by killing them as it offers a short-term solution to the problem. The right and only effective way of combating the rat menace is to find a way to keep them out of our homes and away from our loved ones.

We at C Tech Corporation understand this and after years of research have formulated a product that can address all our rat grievances. RodrepelTM can best be described as a  extremely low toxicity and extremely low hazard and eco-friendly anti-rodent additive. It is available in lacquer form that can be applied on wooden articles and household furniture to keep rodents at bay. RodrepelTM  works on a mechanism that can effectively repel rodents and keep them out of our houses for good.

The product is compliant with ROHS, ROHS2, ISO, REACH, APVMA, NEA, EU-BPR, and FIFRA exempted.

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Rat Menace under the Hood!

Rodents are ubiquitous creatures notorious for the menace they create. Perhaps one of the most affected and largely ignored victims of rodent menace is the automobile industry. Under the hood components of cars are largely susceptible to rodent damage and when it is not serving as a safe haven for rodents from the cold weather it serves as a nutritious supply of electrical wiring, cabling, tubings and injection molded parts. Rodent species are likely to enter into cars and other vehicles through openings beneath the bonnet and damaging wires and other parts of the engine.

 

There have been numerous cases where rodents have managed to destroy car wiring and wires under the hood, behind the dash panel etc. Ever tried to revv up you engine in the morning and it simply won’t start? That is when you know that a rodent has been there, done that!!! The whole backside of the dash panel is a mouse paradise. Headliners, seats, carpeting, are all good rat material.

An interesting report cited the damage done to a brand new sports car by rodents. Clearly rodents are not class conscious! The car was being transported by an FCL container from India to the UK. Upon arrival, when the logistic company opened the container door, they found two dead decomposed rat on the container floor and the wires in the car engines etc are all damaged. Rodents biting threw wires and cables are also responsible for car fires. The damages range from hundreds to thousands of dollars not to mention that sometimes these damages are not covered by insurance.

 

Against this background there is a need to address rodent damage in vehicles in an effective and sustainable manner. Conventional methods involve the use of traditional remedies like moth balls or natural repellent baits. But these are ineffective in their scope to address the problems as the rodents can easily make their way around these contraptions and gnaw away to glory. What is required is an intrinsic solution that can be used to address the problems by direct incorporation in the electrical wiring and injection molded parts.

Rodrepel®™ is an innovative product designed and developed for automobile industry and individual car users. The products are available in the form of a masterbatch which can be incorporated within wires and cables and polymeric materials right at the outset via extrusion thus making them inherently rodent proof. They have a long life span thus ensuring effective rodent repellence over a period of as high as 5-10 years.

Ancillary precautions can be taken by also using topical coating based formulations of Rodrepel®™ for existing cars with wires and cables. These have a life span of as high as upto a year depending on the adhesive life span used however it renders the same level of protection that the masterbatch approach gives for a reduced life span. The plastic seats can also be extruded withRodrepel®™ or laminated with thin films comprising of Rodrepel®™.

It is also available in lacquer and liquid form and can be easily coated onto an application to repel the rodents. The best part about this product is that it works on the mechanism of repellence and does not kill the target species. i.e. rodents, thus being in accordance with the need of the century, Sustainability and green chemistry.

Contact us at technical.marketing@ctechcorporation.com if you’re facing problems with rodents and get best remedies to combat the pest menace.

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PAINT BASED SOLUTION

For many numerous years many attempts were made to keep away rats, mice away from homes storage bins & other areas. Most commonly traps & poison are used to kill this vermin. In addition to create dead animal disposal problems, traps & poison also pose dangers to children & pets.

Rather than to try to kill the rats, better is to deter them in entering the area. It’s a belief that if a rat slayer neglects to sufficiently cover up his or her violent act with soil, members of the dead rat’s coven will seek revenge.

For over a year now, this small ragtag army of ravenous rodents possessing extra-strong teeth, crouch surreptitiously in the dark secret space between the ceiling and the roof during daytime, as humans scurry beneath them, ignorant of the insidious plans fermenting in those small, yet sharp and focused animal brains.

Despite the animals’ obvious taunting of our human authority however, none of us had even tried to eradicate these nasty nocturnal attackers.

Rodents cause damage to seating in rail coaches, air conditioners, food served in railways are mostly infected by rodent urine & feces , as rodents are always their prime visitors in pantry section. They are a carrier of numerous dangerous diseases.

Armies of rodents have made railway stations across the state their home, posing a serious threat to the safe passage of trains and commuters, the problem is getting serious with rats digging deep burrows under the railway tracks, due to which tracks had become loose. This had disturb the train services

Platforms had become a breeding ground for rats due to food items thrown on platforms. Besides, the grains from goods trains provide more food to them. Lakhs of huge rats infest trains and breed along platforms.

In railways, Rodrepel®™ can be used to paint the undercarriage, walls of the railway coaches and the galvanized surfaces of the pantry. It remains remains active as long as the paint last which is about 18 months. The window sides, bed linen storage area, seat corners, electric board, dustbin, lavatory were coated with the lacquer. The pantry and AC coaches were painted as well. Entire body panel was painted to make it completely rodent proof.

They can damage our home & furniture by gnawing on the wood. They can chew through the plaster walls & enlarge existing holes in the wood so they can easily have an access to their food resources.  They can easily enter in to our cars & can chew away the wirings, tore away seats covering, which can led to costly repairs afterwards. Lacquer based solution incorporated with Rodrepel®™ can be used to paint this cars & furnitures which will repel this rodents from entering & damaging the property. .

Rodrepel®™ which is an innovative product of C Tech Corporation is useful to repel rodents in non hazardous way, not by killing them but by repelling & making use of sensory mechanism. The product is made  up from natural oils & and is free from toxic chemical and heavy metals.

Rodrepel®™ is available in form of masterbatch based on LDPE as well as EVA polymeric granules. Recommended addition level of these masterbatches is 1%-5%. It is effective over a very long span of time. (15-40 years)It does not interfere with the physical & mechanical properties of the polymer.

It is also available in lacquer and liquid form and can be easily coated onto an application to repel the rodents. The best part about this product is that it works on the mechanism of repellence and does not kill the target species. i.e. rodents, thus being in accordance with the need of the century, Sustainability and green chemistry.

Contact us at technical.marketing@ctechcorporation.com if you’re facing problems with rodents and get best remedies to combat the pest menace.

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