FMC Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Talstar Registration

FMC Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Talstar Registration

FMC is marking the anniversary with multiple promotions, a sweepstakes for end users and an updated logo and bottle. The manufacturer also will he holding monthly training events for end users to earn CEUs.

February 5, 2021

PHILADELPHIA - FMC Corporation will celebrate its 25th anniversary of Talstar insecticide registration throughout 2021 including multiple promotions, a sweepstakes for end users, an updated logo and bottle, and monthly training events for end users to earn Continuing Education Units (CEU). Talstar insecticide provides long-lasting, broad-spectrum control of the toughest pests in industrial, commercial, and food-handling areas as well as in lawns and ornamentals.

“We are proud to highlight the longevity of the Talstar brand,” says Sam Pass, Pest and Nursery Market Manager at FMC. “Pest management professionals and lawn care operators have built their businesses on a product like Talstar. We look forward to a yearlong celebration and offering additional resources for our end user customers.”

In addition to its Spring and Fall Promotions, which will feature special pricing on Talstar, FMC will unveil its new Talstar logo and bottle in conjunction with its 25th Anniversary Talstar Sweepstakes at the National Pest Management Association’s Legislative Day ( in March 2021. The Talstar Sweepstakes will feature a grand prize of a two new Ford F-150 trucks, one for the lawn care market and one for the pest control market.

“The prizes included in the Talstar Sweepstakes are trusted brands that have stood the test of time, like Talstar,” states Mike Sisti, Marketing Manager for FMC Professional Solutions.

Finally, as part of the FMC True Champions end user program, FMC will launch its First Friday Training Series, where end users can earn CEUs in select states. Each first Friday of the month, FMC will feature industry speakers on a variety of categories to help end users earn CEU credits towards their commercial applicator licenses. The First Friday Training will launch on February 5th with a focus on pest control categories with plans to expand into turf and ornamental categories. For more information, visit