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Univar PP&S Enhances MasterLine I MaxxPro and I MaxxPro 2F Labels

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MasterLine I MaxxPro and I MaxxPro 2F products are now registered for exterior perimeter termite treatments.

| September 8, 2011

AUSTIN, Texas – Univar Professional Products & Services (PP&S) announced that its MasterLine I MaxxPro and I MaxxPro 2F products are now registered for exterior perimeter termite treatments. Pest management professionals will have greater efficiency and flexibility in their applications while still receiving the long-lasting protection of structures and providing superior control to their customers, Univar reports.

I MaxxPro comes in two convenient formulations and is packaged with the professional in mind. I MaxxPro, a wettable powder, comes with two pouches of four water soluble bags per pouch.  The liquid formulation - MasterLine I MaxxPro 2F - is two pounds of AI per gallon, adding the convenience of a liquid formulation in a 27.5 ounce container (4 per case).  Both are non-repellent termiticide/insecticides that provide a proven barrier or zone around structures. The unique chemistry binds to the soil and does not easily move. Because they are non-repellent, termites cannot detect it and readily move through the treated areas – substantially reducing or eliminating entire colonies, according to Univar.

For more information visit MasterLine.com.
 

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