Spring has sprung and the official start of summer is just around the corner. That means your customers and their families, including the four-legged members, will be spending more time outdoors. Whether hosting a backyard barbeque, kicking a ball around or simply mowing the lawn, your customers are likely to encounter bloodthirsty mosquitoes, ticks and possibly fleas in their yards. Be sure you have the right product in your tank to take control of your customers’ yards before these nuisance pests do.

Why rely on OneGuard? I’m glad you asked! While originally developed to specifically combat mosquitoes, it’s a great solution for fleas and ticks as well – see the new label here. OneGuard’s four different active ingredients include a knockdown agent, microcapped adulticide and insect growth regulator (IGR) for residual control, as well as a synergist. Each one provides a unique benefit to pest control: a knockdown agent helps provide quick relief; a microcapped adulticide provide control for an extended period of time on difficult surfaces; synergists help combat any potential metabolic resistance and leads to increased efficacy at lower insecticide concentrations; and finally, IGRs provide a second mode of action and have been shown to prevent immature pests from maturing into reproducing adults as well as reduce the egg hatch from females that have come in contact with the product. This unique all-in-one solution is a powerful tool to keep mosquitoes, ticks and fleas out of your customers’ yards.

Rest easier knowing OneGuard Multi MoA Concentrate is on duty taking control of mosquitoes, ticks and fleas for you and your customer. And be sure to check out our mosquito, tick and flea resources in the MGK Resource Library.

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