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Bayer Announces Registration of Harmonix

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The company also announced special savings of $6 per case or $1 per eight ounce bottle on the new botanical insecticide.

| March 27, 2013

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. — Environmental Science, a division of Bayer CropScience LP, has announced the registration and special savings of $6 per case or $1 per eight ounce bottle on its new, botanical insecticide, Harmonix Insect Spray, now through June 30, 2013.

As Bayer’s first botanical solution in the naturals category, Harmonix Insect Spray provides high-impact results with residual control lasting 28 days or longer and delivers a fast knockdown of more than 60 pests. This solution is made with pyrethrum, a botanical insecticide derived from the chrysanthemum flower. Harmonix Insect Spray is ideal for sensitive accounts, such as schools, healthcare facilities and nursing homes.

“Our customers need a botanical product that performs, and with Harmonix Insect Spray, they can confidentially provide applications without compromising their service efficiency,” said Norman Barclift, Marketing Manager, General Insect Control. “The launch of Harmonix Insect Spray is a milestone for Bayer and is a testament to us living our vision of transforming the pest management industry and bringing more effective solutions to the market.”

Application and Use. The concentrate formulation of Harmonix Insect Spray contains 0.5 pounds of pyrethrins per gallon, making for a highly versatile product designed for use both indoors and outdoors. Apply the product where pests have been seen, found or can find shelter, plus in and around buildings and structures. Harmonix Insect Spray is also labeled for broadcast or spot treatments to floors, floor coverings, carpets or rugs for flea and tick control, in addition to the knockdown and control of bed bugs, carpenter bees, cockroaches, flies, hornets, pantry pets, spiders and wasps.

For more information, visit www.BackedbyBayer.com.

Not all products are registered in all states.
 

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