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InTice Gelanimo Ant Bait Now Registered in California and New York

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The 0.4 ounce ready-to-use station, 35 gram syringe and 4 ounce cup of InTice Gelanimo are now registered for use in California.

| June 30, 2010

NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The 0.4 ounce ready-to-use station, 35 gram syringe and 4 ounce cup of InTice Gelanimo are now registered for use in California.

The 0.4 ounce station is an easy and convenient way to bait with Gelanimo. Applicators can use a pen or similar object to push out the tab over the small hole where ants will enter and exit the station and place down in any orientation. The ready-to-use stations are sold in boxes of 27 or 9 stations. The syringe is perfect for cracks, crevices and other areas where a station isn’t needed or is undesirable.

The 35 gram syringes are sold in boxes of five with one plunger. The new 4 ounce cup is ready to pop the top and drop in the new InTice Border Patrol System. The combination makes a highly effective and easy to install perimeter defense. The 4 ounce cup is also perfect for “spooning” out larger quantities of bait, or placing inside other stations, such as rodent stations. The 4 ounce cup is sold in boxes of 12.

The 0.4 ounce ready-to-use station is now registered for use in New York. The 35 gram syringe and 4 ounce cup are not yet registered in New York

For more information contact Rockwell Labs Ltd toll free at 866-788-4101 or visit www.rockwelllabs.com. All products are available through your distributor.
 

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