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BASF Pest Control Solutions Bulk Pyrethrum Products Back in Production

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The supply of the active ingredient, pyrethrum, has improved after a worldwide shortage, BASF reports.

| June 9, 2010

ST. LOUIS, Mo.  – BASF Pest Control Solutions announced today that the Bulk Pyrethrum (BP) products, Prescription Treatment brand ULD BP-50 Contact Insecticide Formula 1, Prescription Treatment brand ULD BP-100 Contact Insecticide Formula 1and Prescription Treatment brand ULD BP-300 Contact Insecticide Formula 1, are back in production. The supply of the active ingredient, pyrethrum, has improved after a worldwide shortage. 
 
All three products provide quick knockdown and kill of flying and crawling insects in residential and commercial accounts including food handling areas. Each can be applied via directed contact, spot, space or ultra low volume application techniques.
 
For more information please contact your sales representative, local pest control distributor or visit
www.pestcontrol.basf.us.


 

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