Pest exterminator says it will offer weed killer to homeowners
Pest Eliminator International said it will start selling weed killer for homeowners who want to spray their plants in July.
The drug-resistant plant is a serious threat to home growers, who rely on the pest’s pests to control weeds, according to the company’s blog.
The weed killer, called Pemmex, is a combination of two types of chemicals: the insecticide and the herbicide.
Pemex is used to control the root-rotting rootworms and root-killing black flies, as well as the whitefly and the blackfly.
It’s a safer way to kill pests than chemical pesticides.
“We will be introducing Pemmetex to homeowners as part of the pest management program in the United States,” Pemminis vice president and chief operating officer Scott Riggs wrote in an email.
“This is the first time Pemmo is being sold to homeowners and will help homeowners reduce the risk of infection from pests.”
The drug is not currently available for use in the U.S. and Canada.