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CSI Announces Microencapsulated Insecticide Rebates

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PMPs can receive $50 for each case purchased of Cyzmic CS Quarts and Optimate CS Pints.

| March 12, 2013

Controls Solutions Inc. is offering a $50 rebate for every qualifying purchase of Cyzmic CS and Optimate CS from March 1, 2013 though May 31, 2013. Just submit a copy of your invoice and a redemption form.

Cyzmic CS is a broad-use, slow release microencapsulated suspension containing 9.7% of the active ingredient lambda cyhalothrin. Featuring cutting edge CapVantage Technology, Cyzmic CS delivers 11,500 capsules per square inch for a swift knockdown and long-lasting residual. Cyzmic CS may be used in a variety of applications including in, on and around residential and commercial buildings, lawn and perimeter, on ornamentals and in animal housing. This low-odor formulation controls spiders as well as other tough pests like darkling beetles, ticks, flies, fleas, scorpions, bed bugs and more.

Optimate CS features the active gamma cyhalothrin. Paired with CapVantage Technology for long-lasting time release residual, Optimate CS delivers unequalled control at rates that allows users to reduce environmental load, the manufacturer reports.

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