Bayer Environmental Science is gearing up for the 2010 ant season with two new innovative Maxforce ant baits to help you deliver high performance results while maintaining the effective, low-impact pest control you expect of Maxforce and require for a sound integrated pest management program.
With a new label that allows for use indoors and out, Maxforce Granular Insect Bait offers irresistible year-round control with a special combination of sugars, proteins (including silk worm pupae), carbohydrates, fats, and oil, which accommodate insects' changing tastes and nutritional needs. Indoors, Maxforce Granular Insect Bait can be applied to cracks, crevices and other inaccessible areas such as wall voids, unfinished attics and crawl spaces within residential and non-residential buildings or structures and within non-food / non-feed areas of industrial, institutional and commercial buildings. Outdoors, applications can include broadcast, perimeter and crack and crevice treatment.
The bad news for insects: Maxforce's exclusive Domino Effect� delayed killing action allows insects to make several trips back to where they live and breed before they die. This provides better control of the population than contact poisons, which only kill the insects they touch.
Good news for you: The active ingredient in Maxforce Granular Bait (Hydramethylnon) is not detected by the target species and the bait is nearly odor free to customers. Maxforce Granular Insect Bait is also available in refillable 10 ounce service containers and 6 pound bulk containers that can be used for large jobs or to refill the service containers. Both containers have convenient shaker tops for easy application.
Accelerated Maxforce Domino Effect
Our new fast control formula still gives you superior long-term control of roaches compared to contact sprays. The new active ingredient, hydramethylnon, provides a unique mode of action that works through both ingestion and contact, knocking down roaches and ants that eat or simply touch the bait. Either way, one contaminated roach or ant kills many others where they live and breed. The Domino Effect still achieves population control, but with faster visible results.
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