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Termidor DRY Starter Kit Now Available

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The Termidor DRY Starter Kit includes one applicator, two vials of Termidor DRY and a convenient, branded carrying case.

| February 17, 2011

ST. LOUIS, Mo. –Termidor DRY Termiticide is a new way to treat for drywood and subterranean termites, in virtually any wood, almost anywhere. The Termidor DRY Starter Kit is now available from distributors.

“With its patented Microllose-based formulation, Termidor DRY is for use on gallery treatments inside structures and on new off-structure treatment sites, including trees, utility poles, fencing, decking, railroad trestles, piers, beams and other structural or landscape timbers,” said Nick Tresslar, marketing manager, BASF Pest Control Solutions.

Termidor DRY features Microllose, the BASF purified microcrystalline cellulose matrix, an extremely appetizing (more so than wood itself) termite food source, BASF reports. Termidor DRY is practical and comes in small, prepackaged, ready-to-use vials, which generally treat two-to-three average-sized houses depending on termite infestation. Applied with precision directly to termite galleries in wood (or carton nests or shelter tubes) or away from structures, Termidor DRY quickly kills termites and is transferred among termites via the Termidor Transfer Effect.

The Termidor DRY Starter Kit includes one applicator, two vials of Termidor DRY and a convenient, branded carrying case.
 
Pest management professionals can learn more about Termidor DRY at http://pestcontrol.basf.us/TermidorDRY.

To locate a BASF Sales Specialist visit www.pestcontrol.basf.us.  
 
 

 

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