Control Solutions Inc.: Doxem NXT


May 2, 2023



DOXEM NXT is revolutionizing the industry by allowing pest management professionals (PMPs) to utilize indoxacarb in an entirely new way – as an aerosol. Boasting a versatile label inclusive of food-handling applications, DOXEM NXT stands out as a premium, ready-to-use answer to diverse pest problems. Key features include, per the manufacturer:

  • First aerosol featuring indoxacarb.
  • First aerosol with imidacloprid approved for food handling.
  • First aerosol comprising two non-repellent adulticides and two insect growth regulators (IGRs)

Make DOXEM NXT your primary choice for rotational pest management programs. With four active ingredients and four unique modes of action, this broad-spectrum insecticide ensures comprehensive pest control. Formulated with non-repellent active ingredients, it seamlessly integrates with other non-repellent applications, such as ant and cockroach baits. “Experience effective, long-lasting pest elimination with DOXEM NXT – Innovation you can apply!”

About CSI

For more than 20 years, CSI has been a leader in the development of sustainable pest control formulations, with a wide array of active ingredients. According to its website, CSI is one of the fastest-growing companies in the industry. As one of the 40 subsidiaries that make up ADAMA, the fifth-largest agricultural chemical company in the world, CSI is able to not only offer a large selection of products, but also introduce such innovations as Combination Chemistry, Pressurized Solutions and Encapsulated Solutions.

The company can actually trace its roots to 1958, when President and CEO Mark Boyd’s father, Richard, purchased a small pest control company in Pasadena, Texas, and founded Ford’s Pest Control. By 1960, Richard Boyd launched Ford’s Chemical to formulate and sell pest control solutions to colleagues and the public. In 1976, he merged the two businesses into Ford’s Chemical and Service. Read more about the history in Pest Management Professional’s anniversary coverage in its July 2018 issue here.


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