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BaseLine® Insecticide for Lawn Care

As a soil treatment for termites, the active ingredient in BaseLine®, bifenthrin, boasts the longest residual in the industry—proven to remain effective for over 20 years. While non-repellent products can allow termites to penetrate treated areas and potentially cause structural damage, any termites that have contact with a BaseLine-treated area, are eliminated before they can breach the barrier. The bifenthrin in BaseLine binds tightly to organic matter in soils, making it an excellent solution for preconstruction termite treatments. With its high-concentration, BaseLine is a cost-effective alternative to competitive termite treatments.

Quick Facts

  • Reliable formulation that provides lasting pest control even in the toughest weather conditions.
  • Proven to remain effective for over 20 years
  • The active ingredient in BaseLine, bifenthrin, binds tightly to organic matter in soils, making it an excellent solution for your perimeter pest and preconstruction termite treatment.

Active ingredients

  • Bifenthrin

Labels And SDS

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Product Overview

BaseLine® insecticide combats over 50 common pests, including fire ants, chinch bugs, armyworms, spiders and cockroaches. BaseLine features a concentrated version of the trusted active ingredient in Talstar ® insecticide bifenthrin.

BaseLine can be applied outdoors as a perimeter or broadcast treatment on lawns, or indoors as crack and crevice and wall void treatment – all without airborne residues or odor. BaseLine binds tightly to organic matter in soils, making it an ecologically - sound choice for your perimeter pest control treatment. With its high concentration, BaseLine is competitively priced to offer a cost - effective solution.

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