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Nisus Introduces EVAC Botanical Rodent Repellent

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EVAC is an EPA-registered botanical rodent repellent made with plant fibers, fragrance oil and balsam fir oil as an active ingredient.

| September 12, 2011

ROCKFORD, Tenn. — Nisus introduces EVAC, an EPA-registered botanical rodent repellent made with plant fibers, fragrance oil and balsam fir oil as an active ingredient. The pleasant pine scent is formulated to be repellent to rodents. Simply place the pouches in non-living areas where rodents traditionally nest, and replace product when the scent has diminished. The pouches can be placed in such places as garages, attics, under decks, crawlspaces, sheds, wood piles and stored recreational vehicles. The EVAC pouches deter rodents from nesting in those locations, the company says.
 

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