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Liphatech Webinar Featuring Ted Bruesch Set for Wednesday

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Reminder that Liphatech will be hosting a webinar titled "Understanding Rodenticide Formulations: The Key to Optimal Control," featuring Ted Bruesch, technical support manager, Liphatech. The webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. (EST).

| March 26, 2012

Reminder that Liphatech will be hosting a webinar titled "Understanding Rodenticide Formulations: The Key to Optimal Control," featuring Ted Bruesch, technical support manager, Liphatech. The webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. (EST).

Description:  Rodenticide formulations have certainly changed over the decades. At one point, meal and tracking powder were very popular; now it’s blocks and soft bait. Ted Bruesch, technical support manager at Liphatech, will explain why different types of product have evolved over time. He also will explain the optimal situations for using different types of formulations.

Click here to sign up.

 

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