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Rockwell Labs Ltd Introduces InVict Xpress and InVict Blitz

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The new granular baits feature the active ingredient imidacloprid.

| January 18, 2013

NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Rockwell Labs Ltd. announced the introduction of the new granular baits — InVict Xpress Granular Bait and InVict Blitz Ant Granules. The new granular baits combine the power of imidacloprid with Rockwell's cutting-edge formulation.

InVict Xpress is used to control a broad spectrum of insects like ants, cockroaches, crickets, mole crickets, silverfish, firebrats and earwigs. It is labeled for indoor (including food areas), outdoor and turf use at a rate of 4 - 8 oz per 1000 sq ft. No personal protective equipment (PPE) is required. InVict Xpress is available nationwide except in California and is limited to PCO use only in NY. It is sold in 8 oz and 4 lb shakers and 25 lb cartons.

InVict Blitz contains a bait matrix specifically designed to control ant species such as Tawny/Caribbean/Rasberry Crazy, Argentine and Big-Headed ants.  With 0.5% imidacloprid, InVict Blitz delivers a sustained, heavy attack directly to the heart of the colony, Rockwell Labs Ltd, reported. It is labeled for indoor (including food areas), outdoor, and turf use at a rate of 4 – 8 oz per 1000 sq ft. No personal protective equipment (PPE) is required. InVict Blitz is currently available in TX, GA, LA and FL. It is sold in 1 lb shakers and 20 lb pails.

For more information visit www.rockwelllabs.com.
 

 

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