Flea and Tick Assurance Details
Nuisance and disease-carrying pests like fleas and ticks are growing challenges
to outdoor properties. Cases of Lyme disease, carried by ticks, have tripled in
the U.S. in the past 2 decades, making it the most commonly reported vector-borne
disease in the Northern Hemisphere1. Fleas can also lead to serious pet
health problems like anemia, allergies or tapeworms, and their transfer into homes
can quickly become an infestation.
With the combination of Demand® CS insecticide and Archer®
insect growth regulator, Syngenta is committed to providing products with superior
performance. Our program treatment protocol can help reduce outdoor flea and tick
populations around their customers’ properties on a 90-day treatment cycle.
If applications do not provide an adequate reduction of outdoor flea and tick populations
during the specified treatment period, Syngenta will provide the appropriate quantity
of Demand CS and Archer to cover the retreatment(s).
The Demand CS + Archer Multipak
can be used as part of the SecureChoice Flea and Tick Assurance Program to provide
your customers a significant reduction in flea and tick populations for up to 90
To qualify for the 2017 SecureChoice Flea and Tick Assurance Program:
Demand CS and Archer between January 1, 2017 and September 30, 2017 ("Program Period")
- Apply Demand
CS and Archer by October 15, 2017
For complete terms and conditions, download the
SecureChoice Flea and Tick Assurance Program sheet.
1 Asher, Claire. "Lyme disease-carrying ticks are now in half of all
U.S. counties." Science. Online.
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