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Rockwell Labs Ltd Offers InVict AB Insect Paste

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InVict AB Insect Paste contains 0.05% abamectin.

| May 4, 2011

NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. — New InVict AB Insect Paste is now available from Rockwell Labs Ltd.

“InVict AB Insect Paste is the best ant bait we’ve ever tested,” said Dr. Cisse Spragins, founder and CEO of Rockwell Labs Ltd.

InVict AB Insect Paste contains 0.05% abamectin, a botanical insecticide, and a range of sweet, oil, and protein attractants (but no peanut products). Studies show that InVict AB rapidly kills workers, queens and brood, eliminating the ant colony quickly, Rockwell Labs reports. It is also highly effective on cockroaches. The paste formula can be used indoors, outdoors and in food areas. The special formula will remain attractive to ants and roaches for three months or more. InVict AB is sold in boxes of five 35-gram syringes with twist on applicator tips and a plunger. It’s available from pest control distributors now. 

For more information visit www.rockwelllabs.com.
 

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