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Morach Launches E-Commerce Website for Pest Management Professionals

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Website features products for entomologists and other industry professionals, company says.

| September 10, 2012

ATLANTA, Ga. - Morach Regulatory announced the launch of its new entomological supplies website, IPMProducts.net, where pest management professionals can find a variety of tools, the company said.

Field microscopes, borescopes, motorized aspirators, reference manuals and tool kits are available on the website, Morach said.

"The new user-friendly e-commerce website allows pest management professionals to have access, in one place, to innovative and affordable equipment," said Dr. Mo Rachadi, founder and vice president of sales and marketing. 

In addition to entomological supplies, the website will feature a selection of baits, traps, powders, pastes, dusts and more for crack and crevice treatment. 

Visit the site at IPMProducts.net

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