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Rockwell Labs Launches New Baits

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The company has added two new granular baits — InVict Xpress and InVict Blitz Mega Colony Bait.

| October 29, 2012

NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Rockwell Labs Ltd announces the addition of two new granular baits — InVict Xpress and InVict Blitz Mega Colony Bait.
 
InVict Xpress provides a fast kill of a broad spectrum of insects like ants, cockroaches, crickets, mole crickets, silverfish, firebrats and earwigs. InVict Xpress's highly attractive and proprietary bait matrix is irresistible to insects and draws them in for the kill, according to Rockwell Labs. The product features a 0.5% imidacloprid.

InVict Blitz Mega Colony Bait was developed to “take the fight” to mega colony and persistent ants like Argentine, Caribbean, Rasberry crazy, and big-headed ants. The InVict Blitz proprietary bait matrix is designed to be irresistible to these and other ant species. Combining the power of 0.5% imidacloprid with the irresistibility of this bait matrix delivers a sustained, heavy attack directly to the heart of the colony, according to Rockwell Labs.

InVict Xpress and InVict Blitz are approved for indoor, outdoor and turf use, and neither product requires personal protective equipment (PPE).  InVict Xpress and InVict Blitz will be available for purchase in January 2013.  

Visit www.rockwelllabs.com for more information.

 

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