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Environmental Chemical Co., in cooperation with Syngenta Professional Products, will present “Termite Management & The Latest Innovations in Control,” on April 30, at Cornell Cooperative Extension.

| March 17, 2014

Environmental Chemical Co., in cooperation with Syngenta Professional Products, will present “Termite Management & The Latest Innovations in Control,” on April 30, at Cornell Cooperative Extension.

Environmental Chemical Co., in cooperation with Syngenta Professional Products, will present “Termite Management & The Latest Innovations in Control.” The discussion will focus on Altriset, a new reduced risk termiticide that was recently registered in New York. The meeting is scheduled for April 30, starting at 7 p.m., and should conclude by 9 p.m. The presentation will be made by Jonathan Davis, territory manager for Syngenta.

This is a free presentation and NYS DEC CEU’s have been applied for.

The location is: Cornell Cooperative Extension 10 Patriot Hills Dr Stony Point NY 10980-3535

Coffee and cake will be offered.

Space is limited. RSVP is required: 845/356-2837 or barryeld@envirochemco.com
 

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