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BASF Pest Control Solutions Announces New Online Video Library

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Located in the “Reference” section of www.pestcontrol.basf.us, this new online library will serve as a forum for pest management professionals to learn more about BASF products and services via product demonstration and informational videos.

| December 3, 2010

ST. LOUIS, MO. — BASF Pest Control Solutions recently announced the completion of its new online video library. Located in the “Reference” section of www.pestcontrol.basf.us, this new online library will serve as a forum for pest management professionals to learn more about BASF products and services via product demonstration and informational videos.

Videos currently available include Termidor DRY Termiticide application and “in action” videos, Alpine ant gel bait and cockroach gel bait videos and a Roguard Rodent Management System informational video. New videos will be added on an ongoing basis. 

For more information about BASF Pest Control Solutions or to find a BASF Sales Specialist in your area, please visit www.pestcontrol.basf.us.
 

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