APGR Green, the Fayetteville-based IA client that delivers “organic pest control,” has gone live.
APGR Green was featured last year in Arkansas Business. Here’s a sampling:
David Jones doesn’t mind the “Caddyshack” references. Just don’t confuse the varmints.
His are moles, ants and other underground pests.
And unlike a certain greenskeeper in the movie, he doesn’t blow up any golf courses or use any chemicals in the process of ridding clubs and homeowners of burrowing critters.
Jones calls his Fayetteville startup, APGR Green, a “one-of-a-kind alternative to chemical-based pesticides.”
By next year, he plans to offer a patent-pending, EPA-approved pest control solution that displaces oxygen in burrows and ant mounds without using any chemicals. Without oxygen, Jones said, the animals simply go to sleep and never wake up; Mother Earth does the rest. He calls it “organic pest control.”
Green informs us that APGR Green is still accepting subscription agreements for its private offering, and reminds potential investors of its 33-and-a-third percent state tax credit through AEDC. Also, all of his products are OMRI-listed for organic use.
“We have now made a partnership with a distributor and have an initial P.O. in hand, and it is looking like our biggest problem going forward will be having enough capital to fulfill the orders,” he told us.
Green says potential investors can email him at email@example.com.