Sodium fluoroacetate, commonly known as 1080, is a very valuable vertebrate pesticide in Australia and New Zealand. Discusses the problems caused by rabbits, foxes, wild dogs and feral pigs. Details the natural occurrence of 1080, its properties, mode of action, biodegradation and the sensitivity of native animals, introduced animals and pets and livestock.
|Author||Mawson, P. and Matisons, M.|
|Publisher||WA,Department of Agriculture|
|Control method||1080 (sodium monofluoroacetate)|