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Zoëcon Offers Gentrol IGR Application Training Videos

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The five-video series titled “Stop the Cycle of Infestation” provides expert instruction regarding the application of Gentrol IGR in a variety of locations.

| November 7, 2011

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. — Zoëcon Professional Products, a division of Central Life Sciences, whose founders invented insect growth regulator (IGR) technology more than 35 years ago, is offering training videos for pest management professionals at www.zoecon.com. The five-video series titled “Stop the Cycle of Infestation” provides expert instruction regarding the application of Gentrol IGR in a variety of locations. Gentrol IGR is approved for the control of bed bugs, cockroaches, stored product pests and fruit and drain flies. The videos include instruction for the application of the product in accounts including:

             Bars and restaurants

             Hotels

             Residences

             Commercial kitchens and sensitive accounts

 

Each segment highlights common breeding sites as well as inspection and application procedures. Proper precautions, pre-treatment preparation and overall pest control tips are provided for the pest management professional to share with customers.

“The goal of Zoëcon Professional Products is to help pest management professionals effectively and efficiently meet the pest control needs of their customers, and these videos greatly aid that effort,” said John Neberz, business manager of Zoëcon Professional Products. “The Gentrol IGR training videos serve as exceptional reference tools to help our customers stop the cycle of infestations.”

The videos can be found at www.zoecon.com under the “Resources” tab in the “Videos” section.

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