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Central Life Sciences Expands Stored Grain Protectants Lineup

Company introduces Gravista™ Insecticide and Centynal™ Synergized Insecticide


Central Life Sciences has added two new liquid grain protectant products to its industry-leading lineup of stored grain insect control solutions.

The new products include:

“These innovative solutions are introducing new grain protectant technology to the market and further solidifying our lineup of stored grain protectants as the most comprehensive in the industry,” says Richard Alford, director of Sales for the Specialty Agriculture division of Central Life Sciences.

“We’re always listening to our customers to help provide them with unique solutions that protect their commodities and deliver the best possible return on their investment.”

Each of these innovative solutions are formulated to effectively control stored product insects to minimize their damage and maximize the profitability of grains in storage without the need for tank-mixing.

CODEX approved for cereal grains, these solutions can be used on wheat, corn, rice and other labeled grains and seeds to protect against stored grain bugs including Indian meal moth, sawtoothed grain beetle, red flour beetle, rice weevil, maize weevil, lesser grain borer, and other listed pests.

Gravista™ Insecticide offers 3-in-1 insect control in one bottle. By combining an adulticide, an insect growth regulator (IGR) and a synergist, Gravista™ Insecticide kills exposed insects and prevents future generations from emerging.

Gravista™ Insecticide can be applied directly on grain streams or as an empty-bin and warehouse treatment.

Centynal™ Synergized Insecticide offers two active ingredients for one-shot control. By combining both an adulticide and a synergist, Centynal™ Synergized Insecticide provides an effective solution designed to meet short-term storage needs and be used for rescue treatments.

Reducing rebound of infestations, Centynal™ Synergized Insecticide blocks the ability of the insect to metabolize the insecticide and can be used anywhere grain is stored, including empty bins, warehouses, and perimeter* areas. (*Not for use in California.)

For more information on these new products as well as the complete lineup of stored grain protectants from Central Life Sciences, visit

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