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Altriset Termiticide Now Registered in New York

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Syngenta Professional Pest Management (PPM) announced that Altriset termiticide is now registered for use in New York.

| February 11, 2014

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Syngenta Professional Pest Management (PPM) announced that Altriset termiticide is now registered for use in New York. This registration, excluding Nassau and Suffolk counties, gives Pest Management Professionals (PMPs) in New York a technologically advanced product to ensure their customers’ lives are uninterrupted by termites.

“Studies have shown Altriset can provide termite control for nine years and counting, even in the some of the most difficult states, such as Mississippi,” said Gregg Wisniewski, marketing manager for Syngenta PPM in North America. “Now PMPs in New York can rely on Altriset as a powerful new option for their pest management businesses. Altriset gets the job done right the first time and features an excellent environmental profile when used according to the label.”

Through its unique mode of action and non-repellent active ingredient, Altriset stops termites from feeding within hours of application, preventing further structural damage, and spreads the product throughout the colony, Syngenta reports. Altriset continues working for an extended period of time to provide long-term termite protection.

In addition to its proven efficacy, Altriset offers features that homeowners appreciate. Altriset can control termites with a low use rate and has an excellent environmental profile when used according to the label. The unique features of Altriset can help PMPs set their business apart and give their customers peace of mind with a termite-free home.

PMPs can view the full product label and a list of states where it is registered on the Syngenta website at www.SyngentaPMP.com/Altriset.
 
For information visit www.SyngentaPMP.com.
 

 

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