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PMPs can save on a variety of BASF products purchased between now and Aug. 3, 2012.

| July 6, 2012

PMPs can save on a variety of BASF products purchased between now and Aug. 3, 2012. Purchase any of the products below from participating distributors between July 2, 2012 and August 3, 2012 and receive an instant discount per each container:
•    Prescription Treatment brand Cy-Kick CS Controlled Release Cyfluthrin
    o    16 oz - $2.50 discount per container
    o    120 oz - $10.00 discount per container
•    MotherEarth Granular Scatter Bait
    o    4 lbs - $1.00 discount per container
    o    40 lbs - $5.00 discount per container
•    Prescription Treatment brand Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR (20 oz) - $3.00 discount per container
•    Prescription Treatment brand Alpine Dust Insecticide (3 lbs) - $1.50 discount per container
•    Prescription Treatment brand Cyhalocap CS Controlled Release Lambda-Cyhalothrin (16 oz) - $2.50 discount per container

Click here for more information, or contact your distributor or BASF sales representative.

 

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