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ZYLAM Liquid Insecticide now available

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New liquid dinotefuran formulation provides rapid control of tree and shrub insects.

| May 14, 2012

Kansas City, Missouri – PBI/Gordon Corporation recently announced the availability of its new Zylam Liquid Systemic Insecticide. Zylam Liquid, which contains dinotefuran, is a soluble liquid labeled for chewing and sucking insect pests such as aphids, borers, thrips and lace bugs in trees and shrubs.

“We are very excited about introducing this new Zylam formulation,” says Jim Goodrich, product sales specialist for PBI/Gordon’s Turf and Ornamental Products Group. “It is the only liquid dinotefuran product available for the professional market. It is highly soluble, which allows for rapid movement through the plants. It’s odorless, mixes easily in water and can be applied by multiple application methods. It’s a very versatile product that can meet the needs of all our customers.”

Zylam Liquid is the newest addition to the highly successful Zylam product line, including Zylam 20SG Systemic Turf Insecticide, which was introduced in 2011. “With the introduction of Zylam Liquid for trees and shrubs,” says Goodrich, “we now have a dinotefuran product for trees, shrubs and turf .”

Zylam Liquid is labeled for drench, bark banding, soil injection and foliar applications.

For more information on Zylam Liquid or other PBI/Gordon products, visit pbigordon.com/zylam.
 

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