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SecureChoice Mosquito Assurance Program Application Training Video

SecureChoice Mosquito Assurance Program Application Training Video

 
Demand CS Application Instructions

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Demand iCAP Technology

 
Demand CS in a backpack sprayer

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Product Overview

Demand CS

Long-lasting protection against a long list of pests

Demand® CS insecticide with iCAP™ technology is an advanced generation, proven product with a unique and proprietary microencapsulated formulation that offers outstanding protection against numerous perimeter insect pests.

Key Features

  • Patented iCAP technology  ensures the active ingredient, lambda-cyhalothrin, is protected in microcaps with a dual-wall construction to maintain their shape longer and a range of capsule sizes to stay on multiple surface types and control  the release of the active ingredient
  • Extremely low use rate of lambda-cyhalothrin delivers over 10,000 microcaps per square inch of coverage
  • Labeled to control more than 30 pests, including ants, roaches, spiders, bed bugs, mosquitoes, flies, fleas and wasps

 

Key Benefits

  • Controlled release of the active ingredient provides outstanding immediate and residual pest control for up to four months which gives everyone peace of mind.
  • Powerful active ingredient and proprietary formulation provide steadfast general pest control so you can focus on growing your business
  • Active on a broad range of pests, reducing callbacks and providing superior perimeter protection against general and nuisance pests
     

Download Supporting Demand CS Documents

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Demand Brochure(PDF)

Learn more about the entire Demand portfolio, including Demand CS and Demand G insecticides.

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Demand CS + Archer Beetle Control Information Sheet(PDF)

Learn more about how Demand CS and Archer are labeled for control of hide, darkling, carrion and dermestid beetles that may infest poultry houses.

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Demand CS + Archer Multipak Information Sheet(PDF)

Learn more about the Demand CS + Archer Multipak, a cost-effective solution to combat a variety of pests with two proven products.

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Demand CS Master Shipper Sheet(PDF)

Learn more about how the Demand CS Master Shipper provides the right packaging for your business needs.

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Demand CS Scorpion Sheet(PDF)

Learn more about how Demand CS can put the sting on scorpions.

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Demand CS: Putting Bed Bugs to Rest(PDF)

Learn more about how Demand CS insecticide can help control bed bugs.

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Demand: Pyrethroid Label Changes(PDF)

Learn more about pyrethroid label changes resulting from EPA regulation.

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Fall Invaders - Management of Overwintering Pests(PDF)

Learn more about managing fall invaders such as cluster flies, box elder bugs and brown marmorated stink bugs.

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SecureChoice Mosquito Assurance Program Door Hanger(PDF)

Inform homeowners that you treated their neighbor’s property for mosquitoes and recommend SecureChoice for their home.

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SecureChoice Mosquito Assurance Program Homeowner Tips Infographic(PDF)

Provide homeowners with helpful tips for how they can help prevent mosquitoes in their own backyard.

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SecureChoice Mosquito Assurance Program Homeowner Trifold Brochure(PDF)

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SecureChoice Mosquito Assurance Program Sheet(PDF)

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The Power of iCAP Technology

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Blue Microcaps
Demand CS microcap
Cyhalocap
Cyzmic CS
LambdaStar
Cyonara
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iCAP technology

The microcaps shown in green adhere to insects and are easily passed to other insects for thorough control.

iCAP technology

Multiple-sized microcaps with controlled release set iCAP technology apart from any other microcapsule formulation on the market.

iCAP technology

Demand CS capsule remains intact under heat and pressure.

Cyhalocap®

Cyhalocap capsule is damaged under heat and pressure.

Cyzmic®

Cyzmic CS capsule collapses.

LambdaStar™

LambdaStar insecticide capsule fully collapse under heat and pressure.

Cyonara™

Cyonara insecticide has crystals - no microcaps.

News

03/22/2017

Manage menacing scorpions and spiders with new SecureChoice programs from Syngenta

Adding to its portfolio of solutions to help control public health pests, Syngenta has launched two new SecureChoice™ assurance programs for scorpions and spiders. Each program offers Pest Management Professionals (PMPs) recommended product and treatment protocols for guaranteed control of these pests.  Read more »


11/14/2016

When controlling for mosquitoes, inspect in unexpected places

With humans now contracting the Zika virus from mosquitoes in southeast Florida, it is imperative for pest management professionals (PMPs) to pay attention to the latest news updates and be knowledgeable of the control methods it takes to protect public health. This means staying informed and knowing the best ways to control mosquitoes in any given environment, often in unexpected places.  Read more »


07/12/2016

The key to ant control lies in proper identification and thorough treatments

Ants can be extremely difficult to control because they are resilient and adept at finding niches where they can thrive. One key to successful ant control is proper identification. Once you know what ant species you are trying to control, it is easier to put together an ant management program.  Read more »


07/12/2016

Even under pressure, Demand CS has American Pest covered

Whether treating exclusive event properties or residential backyards, American Pest in Fulton, Maryland, knows controlling mosquitoes, ticks and other pests is rarely an easy task.  Read more »


For use in, on and around buildings and structures for the control of listed pests, including on lawns, ornamental trees and shrubs around residential, institutional, public, commercial, agricultural and industrial buildings; and parks, recreational areas and athletic fields. Do not use on golf course turf.

Active Ingredient(s): Lambda-cyhalothrin

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Currently Approved States
  • Alabama
  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • District of Columbia
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
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  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Carolina
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  • Ohio
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  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Puerto Rico
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  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming
Currently Approved Use Sites
  • Animal Housing
  • Commercial Pest Control
  • Farm Pest Control
  • General Pest
  • Perimeter Pest Control
  • Pest Management
  • Residential Pest Control
Special Labels
  • Section 2 (ee) - Alabama - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Alaska - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Arizona - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Arkansas - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - California - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Colorado - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Connecticut - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Delaware - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - District of Columbia - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Florida - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Georgia - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Hawaii - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Idaho - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Illinois - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Indiana - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Iowa - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Kansas - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Kentucky - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Louisiana - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Maine - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Maryland - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Massachusetts - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Michigan - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Minnesota - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Mississippi - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Missouri - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Montana - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Nebraska - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Nevada - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - New Hampshire - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - New Jersey - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - New Mexico - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - North Carolina - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - North Dakota - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Ohio - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Oklahoma - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Oregon - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Pennsylvania - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Rhode Island - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - South Carolina - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - South Dakota - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Tennessee - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Texas - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Texas - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Utah - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Vermont - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Virginia - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Washington - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - West Virginia - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Wisconsin - Elm seed bug
  • Section 2 (ee) - Wyoming - Elm seed bug