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Bayer Offers Maxforce Refillable Buffet Bait Stations

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The new bait stations further extend the attractiveness of Maxforce Quantum bait by protecting it from the elements and eliminating bait absorption into porous surfaces.

| July 6, 2010

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. – Bayer Environmental Science offerS pest management professionals (PMPs) 120 free Maxforce Refillable Buffet Bait Stations with each case of Maxforce Quantum purchased.  These new bait stations are ideal for Quantum as they further extend the attractiveness of the bait by protecting it from the elements and eliminating bait absorption into porous surfaces.  Maxforce Refillable Buffet Stations are easy to load and inspect, are refillable for future use, and large enough to accommodate a wide variety of pests including large peridomestic cockroaches.      

 “Maxforce Buffet Stations are refillable, reusable and removable, making them a sustainable option for bait applications,” says Gordon Morrison, Maxforce market manager. “And with separate areas for up to four bait placements formed by a “bridge” that helps ants traverse the station, PMPs can customize Maxforce Buffet stations with different bait combinations to better serve their customers.”

“Each station is also designed to hold a card that simply snaps into place on the inside of the lid if PMP’s wish to add their company name, phone number or additional information” says Morrison. 

Maxforce Quantum, the newest ant bait from Bayer, delivers broad spectrum ant control and remains effective for up to three months – from one quarterly service visit to the next, the company reports.  Its extended residual is supported by its hydroscopic formula, which retains moisture long after competitive gel baits dry out, Bayer reports. Formulated with a low dose of imidacloprid, Quantum attracts ants with its Simply Irresistible bait matrix and features the exclusive Maxforce Domino Effect for long-term control. Maxforce Quantum delivers high performance results while maintaining the effective, low impact pest control professionals expect of Maxforce and require for sound IPM programs. Maxforce Quantum is effective against many ant species, including Argentine ants, Odorous house ants, Pharaoh ants, Ghost ants, Crazy ants and Black Garden ants.

For more information on Maxforce Buffet Bait Stations or Maxforce Quantum Ant Bait, visit www.BackedbyBayer.com, your local Bayer authorized distributor, contact your local Bayer ES sales representative or call Bayer customer service at 1-800-331-2867.

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