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Victor Multi-Kill Rodenticide Approved For Use in New York

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Woodstream Corporation announces that Victor Multi-Kill Brand Blocks with difenacoum are now registered and approved for use in New York.

| August 5, 2010

LITITZ, Pa. - Woodstream Corporation announces that Victor Multi-Kill Brand Blocks with difenacoum are now registered and approved for use in New York. This final registration provides Multi-Kill approval for use in all states. Victor Multi-Kill is the first new EPA registered rodenticide active for the U.S. market in more than 10 years. Multi-Kill is a powerful second generation anticoagulant that kills rodents in 3 to 5 days. Vitamin K1 is the antidote.
   
Its unique active difenacoum provides reduced hazard and superior performance, manufacturer Woodstream reports. Difenacoum may be new to the U.S. market, but it’s been the primary rodenticide active for European pest professionals for years.
 
Multi-Kill (model M2030) is available in convenient 18-pound buckets of highly palatable weather resistant 1-ounce blocks. 
  
For more information visit
www.woodstreampro.com.

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