EcoRaider®, the botanical bio-insecticide that gives Pest Management Professionals a fast, effective and green bed bug solution with residual, is now available in a “Buy Four Gallons, Get One Free” promotion from Sept. 1st through Nov. 30th.
EcoRaider, available at distributors throughout the country, quickly kills bed bugs on all stages without adversary environmental effects. The product, named “the most effective bio-insecticide for bed bugs” by Entomological Society of America-published lab data in the Journal of Economic Entomology, offers PMPs a variety of benefits. Its uncompromising field performance comparing to leading pesticides are proven in recent report by USDA IR4 Public Health Pesticide Program.
More and more PMPs have added EcoRaider into their bed bug tool box. Technicians that have used EcoRaider in bed bug jobs experienced a quick knockdown and immediate kill, while providing an extensive residual to ensure for continued performance against bed bugs.
“EcoRaider has helped us increase our percent control and reduce our bed bug callbacks,” according to Bill Hastings, Technical Director of Rose Pest Solutions in Chicago.
The product carries no signal words or cautions, has no label restrictions or precautions on usage, and is a green product, making it an ideal fit for sensitive accounts and environments where low-impact methods are advised. It can be used as primary treatment or incorporated with other t methods such as heat or steam.
Pest management professionals placing orders of gallon size EcoRaider RTU Insect Killer through pest control industry distributors during 09/01/2015 -11/31/2015 can participate the program. Pest professionals can submit invoices from distributors to: email@example.com by 12/31/2015 to receive one free gallon for every 4 gallons ordered.
EcoRaider offers ready-to-use, naturally derived bio-insecticide that can be applied anywhere bed bugs are found without restriction. EcoRaider can be used in various sensitive environments, including schools, health-care facilities and public spaces.