Guatemala: Tender for Pesticides

In Guatemala, the supply of pesticides for the control of larvae and for use in stagnant water in hatcheries has been put out to tender.

Monday, January 13, 2020

Guatemala Government Purchase 11657243:

"-333,751 kilograms of pesticide for the control of larvae in water nurseries inside and outside of the home, granulated temephos at 1%. Must meet WHO specifications, packed in craft paper bag, capacity of 20 kilos per bag, quoted per kilogram.

-4,140 kilograms of plaugicide bacillus thuringiensis, additive ingredients W/W 62.6%, made from Bacillus thunringiensis israelensis. Use in standing water in useful and not useful hatcheries inside the house, must meet WHO specifications packed in plastic bottles, with lid and capacity of 500 grams."

Deadline to submit bids: February 20, 2020.

See tender (in Spanish).

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