During the rainy season, abundance of flood water and puddles result to more mosquitoes breeding in these waters. Mosquitoes are not just irritating insects, they can also carry dangerous diseases such as Dengue, Chikungunya and Zika virus that can be very harmful to one’s health. During this season, we must take all the necessary precautions to keep away from these mosquitoes to avoid getting diseases from them. Aside from making sure the surroundings are free from excess flood water, we must make use of insect repellents and sprays.
Strike Multi-Insect Killer Spray is a fast-acting multi-insect killer that has a water-based formula which effectively kills mosquitoes and other insects. A clinical study shows that Strike Multi-Insect Killer Spray provides a fast insect knockdown – within 10 minutes all 50 mosquitoes under experimental set-up were immobile – mainly because of its triple action formula. Strike Multi-Insect Killer Spray is also environment-friendly unlike other oil-based insect killers and it contains no Chlorofluorocarbon (CFC), thus it is safe for people, pets and plants. It has a natural orange scent that will make your house smell good and leaves no stains on floor, glass and furniture surfaces. More importantly, it is affordable and budget friendly compared to other brands.
Strike Multi-Insect Killer Spray is available at 300 mL can for SRP P136.75 and 600 mL can for SRP P258.75. Strike also comes in other variants like Strike Mat, Strike Liquid Mosquito Electric Repellent, Strike Coil and Strike Patch for Kids. All Strike variants are currently on a BUY 1 TAKE 1 PROMO, available at Mercury Drug and Puregold supermarkets nationwide.
All Strike variants are proven effective and very much affordable compared to other mosquito killing brands! Para iwas Dengue at Zika, Strike agad! For more information about Strike, visit www.facebook.com/ATCStrike or call ATC Healthcare Customer Care at 805-5888 / 403-5888 / 743-5183 / 0909-3333333.
By DA Caraga BUTUAN CITY — A map is essential in planning for agricultural development. Thus, Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol directed the Bureau of Soils and Water Management (BSWM) to conduct a nationwide soil mapping for soil fertility and suitability. In Caraga Region, BSWM has...