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Envincio Launches New Flea Control Product

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S-Methoprene 1.2% is an insect growth regulator in an emulsifiable concentrate formulation, available in 16-ounce bottles.

| July 2, 2012

SPARTANBURG,  S.C. – Envincio has announced its newest flea control product: S-Methoprene 1.2%.

S-Methoprene 1.2% is an insect growth regulator in an emulsifiable concentrate formulation, available in 16-ounce bottles. When mixed with an adulticide, like Envincio’s ExciteR, pest management professionals can achieve total flea control for up to seven months, the company reports.

The easy-mixing, non-staining formulation makes S-Methoprene 1.2% easy for PMPs to use and includes a wide margin of safety for humans and animals, the company said.

Envincio develops, manufactures, registers and markets pest control solutions for use in a variety of environments. For more information, visit www.envincio.com.

 

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