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FMC Video Reviews Use of Transport Mikron in Food Handling Establishments

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The three-minute-video takes pest management professionals step-by-step through the use of Transport Mikron insecticide in food handling establishments.

| August 13, 2012

PHILADELPHIA – A new three-minute video from FMC Professional Solutions takes pest management professionals (PMPs) step-by-step through the use of Transport Mikron insecticide in food handling establishments.

Featuring Rich Smith and Greg Strohl, of Rose Pest Solutions in Northfield, Ill., the video shows how PMPs now can gain control of pests in food handling areas, as well as in entry areas. Using a crack-and-crevice application, they demonstrate how to apply the product in a commercial kitchen, where there are plenty of harborage areas for pests like ants and cockroaches.

The new supplemental label for Transport Mikron allows use of the product as a spot or crack-and-crevice treatment in both food areas and non-food areas of food handling establishments in all states except California, where registration is pending.

Visit the FMC Pest YouTube channel to view the video. For more information on Transport Mikron for food handling establishments, contact your regional FMC market specialist or visit www.fmcprosolutions.com.

To find out when an FMC product label has changed, sign up for the FMC Online Label Notification Service.  Or, visit: www.fmcprosolutions.com and click on the Labels/MSDS link.

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