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FMC Releases ‘Learn How to Spray It’ Video

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The new seven-minute video gives PMPs a first-hand look at how to use aerosol products.

| September 13, 2011

PHILADELPHIA – A new seven-minute video from

FMC Professional Solutions

gives pest management professionals (PMPs) a first-hand look at how to use aerosol products.

Featuring Dr. Phil Koehler, professor of urban entomology at the University of Florida, the video follows a back-to-the-basics approach to six different categories of aerosols.

Using simple explanations and how-to demonstrations, Dr. Koehler goes step-by-step through the use of:
• Surface sprays

• Space sprays

• Crack-and-crevice treatments

• Jet sprays • Metered dispensers

• Total release aerosols

“Figuring out which product to use in which situation can be confusing, so the video is a good refresher for pest management professionals,” said Catherine Bernard, product manager for FMC. “We wanted to demonstrate appropriate uses of aerosol products, as well as explain how they can be used together in a protocol.”

For more information visit www.fmcprosolutions.com.

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