The Edmonton sun discusses new PMRA registrations:
It might generate the biggest buzz among retail mosquito-control products.
That’s what Joel Gosselin is hoping, as his Winnipeg company touts a garlic-heavy repellent called Mosquito Barrier that has brought at least a sweet early smell of success.
The product has become the first such control product registered under a new organics classification by Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency, and the so-called “natural” substance – initially developed years ago in the U.S. – has been on some store shelves north of the border for the past couple of weeks.
“This opens up a whole new ball game, where people can use something natural,” Gosselin, president of Viceroy Distributors, told Sun Media yesterday of its potential for warding off Winnipeg’s nuisance bloodsuckers.
For the full article see: Garlic spray all the buzz in war on mosquitoes