Control Solutions Inc.: New size for Doxem Plus Fire Ant Bait


April 26, 2024



In the ongoing battle against stubborn ant infestations, pest management professionals can rejoice as Doxem Plus Fire Ant Bait introduces a new size option — a 25-pound bag — to effectively tackle even the most resilient ant colonies. Also available in a 4-pound bottle, Doxem Plus Fire Ant Bait is fast becoming a go-to solution for managing challenging ant populations. Specially formulated to target fire ants, this groundbreaking product works by eliminating not only individual ants but also their queen, leading to crashing the entire colony.

“Our commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction drives us to continuously improve our products,” said Sam Pass, PCO Director at Control Solutions Inc. (CSI). “With the introduction of the new size for Doxem Plus Fire Ant Bait, we aim to empower our users with even more effective tools to combat ant infestations and maintain pest-free environments for their customers.”

Key features and benefits of Doxem Plus Fire Ant Bait include:

  • Season-long fire ant protection (90 days)
  • No new mounds for 3 months
  • For broadcast applications or mound applications

About Control Solutions Inc.

For more than 20 years, Pasadena, Texas-based 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 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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