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Morach Regulatory Initiates IPM Scholarship Fund

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The Morach IPM scholarship will be awarded annually to students engaged in the study and practice of Integrated Pest Managemen

| October 3, 2012

ATLANTA, Ga. — Morach Regulatory and IPM Products announced the establishment of the Morach IPM Scholarship fund for IPM students.

According to Dr. Mohamed Rachadi, vice president of sales and marketing, “The Morach IPM scholarship will be awarded annually to students engaged in the study and practice of Integrated Pest Management."

Interested students can log in to www.ipmproducts.com and complete the contact form available from the website. Pest management professionals and friends of the industry are invited to log in to www.ipmproducts.com and make a donation toward the IPM scholarship fund. Morach Regulatory and IPM Products will match the donations dollar for dollar. Another option for building the fund is through purchases of IPM Products. Morach Regulatory will donate 5% of purchases toward the fund for any purchases of IPM Products. “This is our way of helping promote the scientific approach of integrated pest management,” adds  Rachadi.

 

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