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BioProspect Announces Trial Updates for Termilone

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Australian natural products provider BioProspect Limited announced the latest trial results for natural termite solution Termilone.

| June 30, 2010

Australian natural products provider BioProspect Limited announced the latest trial results for natural termite solution Termilone, which is being developed as a safe and environmentally friendly termite treatment.

BioProspect’s Chief Operating Officer, Peter May, said UWS bioassay tests had further defined the minimum effective concentration (MEC) required in soil to control various termite species, as well as the residual activity of Termilone treatments at different rates of application to soil.

Termilone is based on Eremophilone Oil extracted from the native Australian tree species Eremophila mitchellii (False Sandalwood).

Click here for a report on the latest trial updates.
 

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