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Additional Cockroach Market Research Findings

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PCT recently published the “State of the Cockroach Market” supplement, sponsored by Zoecon Professional Products. This report includes interviews with leading PCOs and technical experts, business and technical features related to the cockroach market, and a comprehensive cockroach survey. Check out additional results from this survey.

| November 25, 2013

PCT recently published the "State of the Cockroach Market" supplement, sponsored by Zoecon Professional Products. This report includes interviews with leading PCOs and technical experts, business and technical features related to the cockroach market, and a comprehensive cockroach survey. In addition to survey results appearing within the supplement, CLICK HERE or on the image below for additional survey findings and graphs.

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