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SenesTech Inc. (NASDAQ: SNES) Promotes its Non-lethal Rodent Birth Control Products in Lytham Investor Forum

  • Arizona-based SenesTech Inc., is dramatically improving pest management technicians’ toolbox with its patent-pending Evolve(R) soft bait birth control product for rodents
  • SenesTech’s Evolve(R) product joins the liquid ContraPest(TM) product in providing a non-lethal solutions to reducing rodent populations
  • The company’s CEO and CFO recently appeared virtually at the Lytham Partners 2024 Investor Select Conference, participating in a fireside chat interview and meeting one-on-one with potential investors
  • SenesTech also recently announced increased distribution of its product in partnership with Poppe Enterprises LLC, — a company that serves the grain management market in Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Kansas, Wyoming, Iowa, and Colorado

The chief officers of enterprising rodent control company SenesTech (NASDAQ: SNES) participated in a fireside chat interview detailing the company’s operations and also met with potential investors one-on-one at this month’s virtual Lytham Partners 2024 Investor Select Conference.

CEO Joel Fruendt and CFO Tom Chesterman enjoyed the opportunity to discuss the breakout success of its non-lethal Evolve(TM) Soft Bait product following on the heels of successful implementation of its original liquid bait formulation ContraPest(R), which, like Evolve(TM), is designed to reduce rat populations by administering an ingestible birth control product that keeps rodents from proliferating.

The webcast of the Feb. 1 fireside interview is available on the company’s website at https://ibn.fm/q1K6P.

The patent-pending Evolve(TM) soft bait has a sausage-like appearance and poses little or no risk to human health or the environment — a significant advantage over poisons used to kill rats. SenesTech’s products are the first, and still the only, such rat contraceptives registered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) that target both male and female rats.

And, while trapping and poisons may eliminate rodents quickly, leaving their carcasses to be cleaned up as evidence of their effectiveness, even a single breeding pair of surviving rodents can lead quickly to a new generation of up to 15,000 offspring after a single year, according to Fruendt.

The company recommends using its Birth Control for Rats(TM) products in tandem with other rodent control products, since rats that consume Evolve(TM) or ContraPest(R) will continue to live out their life cycles for months, just without adding new generations of pups. But SenesTech’s products can be used on their own if preferred.

“The most (effective approach) is combining the elements of integrated pest management, and having them work together and support each other. We have plenty of evidence that outcomes are improved over the baseline when ContraPest(R) is added to an integrated pest management program but, given enough time, the product will work (by) itself,” Fruendt said in a Q&A forum featured on SenesTech’s YouTube channel (https://ibn.fm/SIM5A).

The company’s reach is expanding globally — in addition to outlets across the United States, government entities in South Africa, the Maldives and, last month, the United Arab Emirates (“UAE”) market have entered agreements with the company.

On Jan. 29, SenesTech announced a distribution agreement with Poppe Enterprises LLC, which serves the grain management market in Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Kansas, Wyoming, Iowa, and Colorado (https://ibn.fm/CB2aQ).

“Grain storage operations have unique challenges when it comes to rodent pest control. Poisons are highly regulated and are tricky to use without contamination, and traps are expensive and time-consuming to maintain,” Fruendt stated. “Poppe Enterprises has a keen focus on innovation, safety, and sustainability, and a strong reputation in this substantial market.”

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.SenesTech.com.

NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to SNES are available in the company’s newsroom at https://ibn.fm/SNES

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