Jul25MonJuly 25, 2016
Guelph, Ontario – To provide pest management professionals with a high performance, fast-acting solution that controls all types of cockroaches, Environmental Science, a division of Bayer, announced the introduction of Maxforce Impact Cockroach Bait Gel in Canada. Maxforce Impact contains a novel active ingredient designed to aid in resistance management along with Bayer’s innovative feeding matrix technology to combat bait aversion.
“With Maxforce Impact, we are proud to deliver a game-changing solution that singularly addresses the biggest challenges our customers face – from improved efficacy on bait averse strains of German cockroaches to rapid action and excellent IPM compatibility ,” said Colin White, Marketing Manager, Bayer.
In comparison to currently available roach gel baits, Maxforce Impact is uniquely effective in controlling both traditional and bait-averse strains of cockroaches. In an easy-to-apply gel formulation that is temperature resistant and features Bayer’s BlueBead technology Maxforce Impact will quickly become the choice of pest management professions for the control of cockroaches. This innovative BlueBead formulation is more palatable to roaches and carries a proprietary feeding stimulant that aids in the rapid consumption of the gel. Maxforce Impact also contains a novel active ingredient, clothianidin, which is visibly fast-acting within 24 hours.
Maxforce Impact is free of the big-8 allergens, such as milk, eggs or nuts, making it ideal for sensitive areas such as food industry premises, public spaces and residences. Its white color reduces the risk of staining lighter surfaces and offers greater visibility when monitoring for bait consumption.
“Pest management professionals have long trusted Bayer Maxforce – the industry standard in baiting and the inventor of gel baits – to be their partner in controlling cockroaches,” Colin White said. “We are constantly working to earn that trust by delivering novel and ground-breaking solutions such as Maxforce Impact that enhance the pest management professionals’ experience and results.”
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Colin White, Bayer
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