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Will OdoBan kill coccidia?

Last Updated: 2nd June, 2021

a 1:5 or 1:10 solution of bleach can usually kill the cysts within one minute. Allow the area to dry for several days before reintroducing the animals. another Real GOOD cleaning agent to use is ODOBAN It will kill most all common contaminants as well as infectious bugs.

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Moreover, what disinfectant kills coccidia?

The most important part of the cleaning process is the use of sufficient water to wash away most of the oocysts. Common disinfectants have little or no effect on oocysts. Ammonium Hydroxide has been reported as a highly effective disinfectant against oocysts.

Secondly, how do you get rid of coccidia in the ground? To begin with, there is no effective, safe chemical to apply to the soil to kill the coccidia cysts. Over time, the cysts die from the drying and rays of the sun. Preventive measures are focused on sanitation by reducing manure and providing clean, dry environment.

Besides, will Windex kill coccidia?

I think the only thing that works on Coccidia is Ammonia, like Windex. There is NOTHING that kills coccidia in the ground. Not even bleach. The only thing that can keep it under control is Ammonia.

Does Odoban kill parvo?

Registered. i just called up odoban -- their products do not kill parvo. i spoke with lysol and theirs do not either -- not even lysol IC (lysol sold to companies/business and it even says online it kills parvo).

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