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2010 Pheromone Solutions Catalog Available From J.F.Oakes

The 2010 Pheromone Solutions Catalog contains the company's full line of pheromones, monitors and traps for store product pests.

| November 23, 2009

YAZOO CITY, Miss. - J.F.Oakes announces the release of its new 2010 Pheromone Solutions Catalog for Stored Product Insects and other Pests.  The 2010 Pheromone Solutions Catalog contains the company's full line of pheromones, monitors and traps for store product pests.  Catalog contains full descriptions of each product, product photos and helpful information.  Pest control companies will find numerous products to meet their specific IPM needs.  Catalogs are available now, you may request your copy via email: sales@jfoakes.com, or visit www.jfoakes.com.

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