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Bayer Announces Maxforce Winter Savings Program

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Effective now through Feb. 28, PMPs can get announced unlimited special savings of $20 per case or $1 per tube on Maxforce FC Select Roach Killer Bait Gel.

| February 10, 2013

Environmental Science, a division of Bayer CropScience LP, has announced unlimited special savings of $20 per case or $1 per tube on Maxforce FC Select Roach Killer Bait Gel, now through February 28, 2013.

Maxforce FC Select is the ideal solution for maintenance control of normal and bait-averse strains of cockroaches. With the active ingredient, fipronil, Maxforce FC Select kills cockroaches within eight hours by ingestion, contact, and the Domino Effect, and is proven to work effectively even when sanitation is poor and competing food sources are available.

“As a leading innovator in bait technology, we’re pleased to announce special savings on Maxforce FC Select, which is an essential tool for any pest management professional—or PMP—looking for effective maintenance control of cockroaches,” said Ray Daniels, Maxforce Marketing Manager. “PMPs simply need to ask their Bayer distributor for the special sale price when purchasing cases and tubes now through the end of February.”

For more information visit www.BackedbyBayer.com.
 

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