Control Solutions Inc.: TAURUS SC


June 1, 2024



Termites are notoriously elusive, posing a significant challenge for pest management professionals (PMPs). However, with Taurus SC, the battle against these destructive pests takes a decisive turn. Taurus SC contains a non-repellent active ingredient, fipronil, which means termites cannot taste, see or feel its presence. This allows Taurus SC to exploit the natural behaviors of termites.

As social insects, termites engage in constant communication, grooming and food sharing with their nest mates. As termites unknowingly pass on the active ingredient, it swiftly circulates throughout the population, effectively eradicating the entire colony from within. The result is not merely the elimination of visible termite activity, but also a comprehensive solution.

By using the advanced formulation of Taurus SC, PMPs can deliver a comprehensive and covert attack on termite populations — ensuring robust protection for homes and other structures they treat.

Take advantage of Taurus SC Instant Savings until July 12, 2024. Visit to locate a distributor near you.

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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