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Liphatech’s BlueMax Bait Available in Canada

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Liphatech announced the availability of its reformulated BlueMax bait to pest management professionals throughout Canada.

| April 9, 2012

MILWAUKEE, Wis. — Liphatech announced the availability of its reformulated BlueMax bait to pest management professionals throughout Canada.

Liphatech created BlueMax as the preferred rodenticide in areas where durability and weatherability are paramount. It’s a bait that has recently been reformulated for increased palatability.

The product is designed to withstand weather extremes and areas that are high in moisture. It’s also perfect for audited accounts because of the minimal cleanup necessary. Each mini block contains the Liphatech-exclusive active ingredient, difethialone, which works in a single feeding for quick results, according to the manufacturer..

“We have seen great success with the reformulated BlueMax throughout the United States,” said Ray Finke, business director – pest management division, Liphatech.  “It’s durability, mold inhibitors for longer life and improved palatability makes it a great rodenticide. It’s only natural to extend the same benefits to assist our Canadian customers with their rodent control problems.”

For more information visit www.liphatech.com.

 

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