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InTice Gelanimo Ant Bait Now Available in 35-Gram Syringes and 4-Ounce Cups

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In addition to the 0.4 oz ready-to-use station, InTice Gelanimo is now available in a 35-gram syringe.

| June 15, 2010

In addition to the 0.4-ounce ready-to-use station, InTice Gelanimo is now available in a 35-gram syringe. The syringe is perfect for cracks, crevices and other areas where a station isn’t needed or is undesirable, the company reports. The 35-gram syringes are sold in boxes of five with one plunger. The new 4-ounce cup is ready to pop the top and drop in the new InTice Border Patrol System. The combination makes a highly effective and easy to install perimeter defense, according to Rockwell Labs. The 4-ounce cup is also perfect for “spooning” out larger quantities of bait, or placing inside other stations, such as rodent stations. The 4-ounce cup is sold in boxes of 12.

InTice Gelanimo Ant Bait has all the advantages of liquid bait, with none of the disadvantages, the manufacturer says. Ants feed over the entire surface of the bait, so more can feed at once and they won’t drown in the bait. There’s no spills, no mess and Gelanimo doesn’t become sticky or gooey.

For more information contact Rockwell Labs Ltd toll free at 866/788-4101 or visit www.rockwelllabs.com. All products are available through your distributor.

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