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FMC Offers Rebate on Transport Mikron

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FMC is offering a $30 rebate for every case (16 one-quart bottles) of Transport Mikron insecticide purchased between now and Nov. 30, 2013.

| July 9, 2013

PHILADELPHIA — To celebrate Transport Mikron’s new nationwide expanded label, which includes food handling and mattress applications, FMC Professional Solutions is offering a $30 rebate for every case (16 one-quart bottles) of Transport Mikron insecticide purchased between now and November 30, 2013.
   
"With its unique formulation and robust label, if you haven’t tried Transport Mikron, now is the perfect time," said Steven Mora, structural solutions product manager at FMC. "This product can do it all, including mattresses, deep harborage ULV, and food and handling applications. Plus, once mixed, it stays in suspension and leaves no visible residue behind."
   
Non-repellent Transport Mikron provides fast-acting, long-lasting control of challenging social insects such as ants and termites because data shows it is transferred from the exposed pest to others within the colony. The patented formulation uses two active ingredients to control roaches, pill bugs, fleas, ticks, stink bugs, pyrethroid resistant bed bugs and many other pests.   
   
For more information, visit http://www.fmcprosolutions.com/Home/Promotions.aspx.
 

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