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LG Life Sciences Introduces FenvaStar EcoCap

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The product can be used to control a variety of pests, including stink bugs, ants, bed bugs, mosquitoes and more.

| August 15, 2011

LG Life Sciences introduces FenvaStar EcoCap for the control of a variety of pests, including stink bugs, ants, bed bugs, mosquitoes and more.

LG Life Sciences reports that it has performed efficacy trials versus bed bugs and fleas with very good results in terms of direct spray kill as well as residual kill when pests are exposed to aged surfaces including carpet tiles. FenvaStar EcoCap is labeled for broadcast application for residual flea control – indoors and outdoors.

“Many PMPs are already including LG’s Lambdastar 9.7% CS with EcoCap Technology as the main part of their fall stink bug treatments, and now LG is providing one more EcoCap option,” said Patrick Callahan, national sales and marketing manager, LG Life Sciences.  

Callahan added, “It seems a bit apropos that these new, invasive stink bug species from Asia may be meeting their match with insecticide formulation technology from that same part of the globe.  LG Life Sciences, when possible, is bringing new and unique formulations to older, yet very effective active ingredients such as lambdacyhalothrin and esfenvalerate.”  

FenvaStar EcoCap is sold in an 8 ounce Tip n’ Measure bottle.  

For information contact Pat Callahan at
pfcallahan@lglsa.net, 770/335-1174 or Rockwell Labs at 866-788-4101.

 

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