Dergall®

effective reduction
of red poultry mite infestation

  • improvement in eggs production
  • reduction of the risk of mite-transmitted diseased
  • improvement of birds' condition
  • reduction of the risk of zoonotic diseases and allergies in poultry handling’s workers
Information for the user
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    can be applied in the presence of birds
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    physical protection against bacterial infections
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    does not penetrate to bird’s organs or eggs
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    safe for the environment and human beings
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    poison-free
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    the physical mode of action eliminates the possibility that pests will become resistan

Dergall®

Dergall® is designed to immobilize infestations of red poultry mite (Dermanyssus gallinae), scaly leg mite (Cnemidocoptes mutans), darkling beetle (Alphitobius diaperinus), tropical rat mite (Ornithonyssus bacoti), northern fowl mite (Ornithonyssus sylviarum) as well as other mites and small insects.

Red poultry mite

Red poultry mite
(Dermanyssus gallinae)

Scaly leg mite

Scaly leg mite
(Cnemidocoptes mutans)

Darkling beetle

Darkling beetle
(Alphitobius diaperinus)

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Dergall Visualisation

It is recommended for use in all housing systems. Its physical mode of action (external immobilization) eliminates the possibility of the pest becoming resistant to the product. It does not contain pesticides, neurotoxic substances or hazardous chemicals.

physical mode of action

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Spreading

Quick and even spreading helps the precise penetration of the insect’s body.

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Immobilization

Tightly covers and immobilizes all developmental stages of the pests.

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DERGALL® is based on a unique 3D-IPNS™ technology (3D-Immobilizing Polymeric Net Structure).

When applied to a surface, it forms a permeable, three-dimensional molecular structure. Dergall® formulation is protected by patent.

safety and efficacy

chart: Average mortality (%) of Dermanyssus gallinae after treatment with Dergall® in battery cage housing system

92%

Safety and efficacy have been proven in numerous field trials. Results show up to 79.5% mortality of Dermanyssus gallinae after 24 hours and 92% mortality 30 days after the treatment.  

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