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Date:11/25/2008

The North American Bed Bug Epidemic has Organic Scientist Dave Glassel smiling. Mr. Glassel is the President and the founder of CedarCide Industries, Inc. located in The Woodlands, Texas. CedarCide Industries is a world leader in the formulation of biological insect control products. The BEST YET formulation was originally created for the United States Army to be used for sand flea eradication in the Mideast, but was quickly adopted by the Hospitality Industry to combat the current bed bug epidemic raging in North America.

The Woodlands, Texas (PRWEB) November 25, 2008 -- The North American Bed Bug Epidemic has Organic Scientist Dave Glassel smiling. Mr. Glassel is the President and the founder of CedarCide Industries, Inc. located in The Woodlands, Texas. CedarCide Industries is a world leader in the formulation of biological insect control products. The BEST YET formulation was originally created for the United States Army to be used for sand flea eradication in the Mideast, but was quickly adopted by the Hospitality Industry to combat the current bed bug epidemic raging in North America.

Cedar Oil is nature's own pesticide. It is the oldest insect control method known to man. Its use dates as far back as the Egyptians who used cedar oil to mummify the bodies of their elite. Cedar Chests and Cedar Closets have been in use for hundreds of years. CedarCide knew that if they could find a way to deliver cedar oil properly, the result would have a huge impact on the Pest Control Industry claims Glassel. A mission accomplished years later and now recognized internationally. BEST YET will go down in history as the greatest insect control invention ever. Never before has there been an environmentally friendly and chemical free formulation that could provide a 100% mortality on parasites within a sixty second time frame said Glassel in a recent interview with the Department of Defense. BEST
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