Nisus: Nibor-D Insecticide Foam + IGR


March 24, 2024



Nibor-D Insecticide Foam + IGR combines the power of Nibor-D with an insect growth regulator (IGR), delivering them together in one convenient aerosol foam. The insecticide foam works to kill pests by contact, while the IGR disrupts the life cycle, rendering them unable to reproduce. Designed to ensure even application of the active ingredients to any surface, the foam expands to deeply permeate the cracks, crevices and voids where pests hide and reproduce. Pest management professionals (PMPs) report up to 75 percent in time savings when servicing commercial accounts, the company says, and independent laboratory testing shows 100 percent mortality in small flies, as well as in both German and American cockroach populations. Find out why PMPs are adding Nibor-D + IGR to their commercial account protocols.

About Nisus Corp.

Nisus Corp. was founded in 1990 in Knoxville, Tenn. The company originally had its beginnings in 1987, when Bud Dietrich created a product called Bora-Care as a wood preservative for log homes. Soon thereafter, entomologists began contacting Dietrich to tell him that Bora-Care was proving to be toxic to a wide variety of wood-destroying insects, including termites. In 1989, Dietrich moved Bora-Care into the pest management industry, targeting pest management professionals (PMPs) specializing in wood-destroying insect and other pest control.

The company’s success in this venture was the catalyst for the development and subsequent introduction of Niban Granular Bait in 1993. Niban and its fine granular version, Niban-FG, offer PMPs low environmental impact and weather-resistant baits for cockroaches, ants, crickets and other pests. That same year, Jecta Diffusible Boracide and Bac-Azap odor control products were also introduced to the industry. In 1999, the company acquired the borate product Tim-bor from U.S. Borax.

Today, Nisus Corp. is a privately held company that manufactures sustainable products for the professional pest control industry, industrial wood protection industry and the agricultural liquid micronutrient industry at its manufacturing plant based in Rockford, Tenn.

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