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Bayer ES Ant Identification Guide Now Available

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The updated Ant ID Guide is available for download at BackedByBayer.com

| October 26, 2010

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. – Back by popular demand, Bayer Environmental Science announces that the Bayer Ant Identification Guide is now available for download on BackedByBayer.com.

The new Ant Identification guide contains full-color illustrations of the most common ant species along with biology and helpful control tips.

“We wanted to make the new Ant ID guide convenient for PMPs to use and easily accessible,” says Eric Lentz, General Insect Control Marketing Manager.  “The guide is updated and designed to help PMPs identify and manage the most challenging ant species from all regions of the country.”

To download a copy of the Bayer Ant ID guide, visit www.backedbybayer.com/Bayer/CropScience/BackedByBayer.nsf/id/EN_Pest, or contact your local Bayer field sales representative.
 

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