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BASF Pest Control Solutions Joins Blogger Community with BASF Pest Talk

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The new blog targets the professional pest management community and consumers facing pest control issues.

| October 17, 2011

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – BASF today launched its first blog, BASF Pest Talk, developed to provide an online forum on industry issues, trends and regional happenings for BASF and the pest community it serves. 

“Over the past few years, our customers’ online demand for information and feedback has increased greatly,” said Dan Carrothers, Business Unit Manager, BASF Pest Control Solutions. “We’re hopeful the blog facilitates peer-to-peer discussions about industry challenges and opportunities, and helps address pest management professionals’ latest issues and successes.”

Pest management professionals (PMPs) can now visit BASF Pest Talk to react to pest problems, keep up on trends and industry insight, and access tools and resources to help them solve challenges they face today and those that will shape the future. BASF Pest Talk will also feature technical expertise to help ease issues relating to pest management. PMPs interested in pest control tips, insect identification and bug frequently asked questions can also visit BASF Pest Talk to learn more. Regular content will cover industry news, events, people and solutions.

For more information on BASF products and solutions visit www.pestcontrol.basf.us.  Follow BASF Termidor termiticide/insecticide on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/BASFTermidorPestControl.

 

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