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IPCP Introduces Antopia R2 Bait Station

Ant Control Products

The station allows users to securely place a large volume of ant bait in a spill-resistant container that offers additional protection from mechanical abrasion and ultraviolet light.

| March 16, 2010

BOCA RATON, Fla. — The Antopia R2 Bait Station from Innovative Pest Control Products (IPCP) is a user-friendly device that allows pest management professionals to securely place a large volume of ant bait in a spill-resistant container that offers additional protection from mechanical abrasion and ultraviolet light.

Antopia R2 holds 7 ounces of liquid or granular bait in a spill-resistant configuration, or up to 14 ounces of bait when spill resistance is not a primary concern. The large volume means less frequent refilling and longer periods between services. The translucence of the bait station makes it easy to see when more bait needs to be added. The green ABS cover protects the bait station from weed whackers and curious animals.
• Antopia is a blow-molded station with a locking fill port.
• Antopia combines the bait reservoir and anchor in one piece.
• Antopia is constructed for multi-season use out of thick HDPE.
• Antopia protects the bait from the environment and the environment from the bait, which is becoming more important as concerns about pesticide contamination of ground water increase.

Antopia is designed to work best with Gourmet Liquid Ant Bait. Gourmet Liquid Ant Bait is registered in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. (A special version of Gourmet Liquid Ant Bait is available in Canada). Gourmet Liquid Ant Bait has been tested extensively on Argentine ants in California. For more information visit http://antcafe.com/index.html.

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