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BASF Announces Termidor Foam

New addition expands Termidor and ant portfolio with convenient foam application.

| October 22, 2012

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - BASF has announced Termidor Foam insecticide and termiticide, a ready-to-use foam in a convenient, pressurized can, giving PMPS the same reliable control found in other Termidor products, according to the manufacturer.

Termidor Foam is ideal for spot treatments in wall voids and is effective on termites, ants and other listed pests including ant problems both on- and off-structure, BASF said.

"Fulfilling the localized interior component of a PerimeterPLUS Exterior Perimeter/Localized Interior (EP/LI) treatment, Termidor Foam is another key component to an effective termite and ant elimination strategy," BASF said.

For more information, visit pestcontrol.basf.us

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