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BASF Pest Control Solutions Launches SmartSolution for Fleas

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SmartSolution for Fleas is a comprehensive guide that combines a strategic inspection and application plan with the latest pressurized technology and advanced products for flea management.

| August 10, 2011

ST. LOUIS, Mo.  – Pest management professionals (PMPs) looking for a reliable treatment to control fleas can turn to the SmartSolution for Fleas from BASF. The SmartSolution for Fleas is a comprehensive guide that combines a strategic inspection and application plan with the latest pressurized technology and advanced products for flea management.

“The SmartSolution for Fleas is for PMPs who require an efficient treatment that minimizes technician time and labor, and homeowner inconvenience,” said Nick Tresslar, marketing manager for BASF. “SmartSolutions go beyond chemical treatments. BASF experts arm PMPs with information they need to create the most effective pest management programs for their customers.”

The SmartSolution for Fleas outlines how to identify the presence of fleas and the source; identify larval developmental sites; assess sensitive situations with the homeowner and implement non-chemical controls as a part of six steps for putting together a comprehensive program.

Additionally, BASF insecticide products are integrated in the SmartSolution for Fleas, including:
•    Prescription Treatment brand Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR, a product that delivers quick knockdown and long-lasting control
•    Prescription Treatment brand Cy-Kick CS Controlled Release Cyfluthrin.
•    Prescription Treatment brand 565 Plus XLO formula 2 Contact Insecticide.

To learn more about SmartSolution for Fleas or other treatments in the family of SmartSolutions (termites, ants, bed bugs, rodents, occasional invaders, German cockroaches, or flies) visit http://pestcontrol.basf.us/solutions/smart-solutions/fleas/index.html.

 

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