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New York, California Register Lambdastar 9.7% CS with EcoCap Technology

EcoCap Technology is a new, unique, double-walled, vegetable oil microencapsulation process.

| January 15, 2010

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. — Pest control companies in California and New York can purchase Lambdastar 9.7% CS with EcoCap Technology. These two states have registered Lambdastar. In addition, Lambdastar 9.7% CS with EcoCap Technology requires no Prop 65 statements in California.

EcoCap Technology is a new, unique, double-walled, vegetable oil microencapsulation process. EcoCap formulations flow freely from the bottle, mix easily, allow for triple rinsing of bottles and spray tanks and contain no VOCs, according to LG Life Sciences.  Lambdastar 9.7% CS with EcoCap Technology is an alternative to petroleum-based products.

Lambdastar 9.7% CS with EcoCap Technology can be used to control a variety of pests, including roaches, crickets, spiders, fleas, ants, paper wasps and fire ants. In a series of efficacy trials, LG Life Sciences reported  the product provides quick activity and long-lasting residual.

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