Tom Myers won PCT’s 16th annual photo contest with a photo of a mosquito feeding on him.
Some companies are working to deliver economic, social and environmental benefits for all stakeholders. To attract customers and employees going forward, companies will have to stand for something — and they’ll have to mean it.
An employee-driven sustainability program profoundly changed Clarke, making it leaner, more innovative and better positioned to attract high-caliber talent and partnerships.
This third-generation Texas pest management firm is empowering one another by helping its community.
Operating service vehicles in a cost-effective and efficient fashion is critical to a PMP’s success. Here are some practical tips for ensuring your company’s vehicle expenses don’t overwhelm your bottom line.
Practical suggestions for filling tree holes to prevent mosquito breeding.
The best place to find customers to purchase mosquito control service is right in your own backyard.
UF researcher offers tips on controlling mosquitoes after a hurricane.
Even the tiniest bit of water can serve as a breeding ground for certain mosquitoes. Here’s what you need to do to eliminate them from your customers’ properties.
PMPs should strive for a service that is efficacious and economically and environmentally sound, mosquito control expert Grayson Brown says.
Researchers at UC Riverside are trying to take advantage of a weakness in mosquito genes.
What’s the best way to solve ant problems? Easy. Pay attention and observe your surroundings while in the field.
Researchers have found a quick way for those in the field to identify red imported fire ants with a quick, portable and easy-to-use test kit.
Some ant larvae rule the colony!
Pavement ants often dominate their environment. Here are some strategies for managing them from Purdue University researchers.
Stanford researchers found an algorithm that explains how ants create and repair trail networks.
Compounds produced by these ants are used to recruit nestmates and incapacitate opponents, UCR research shows.
The little yellow ant is the next invasive to arrive in Florida.
Whether it’s crashing backyard parties or rummaging through kitchen pantries, ants remain the #1 problem pest for many consumers.
It’s easy to get excited by the prospect of bird work. It can be exciting to have the change of pace and routine relative to traditional pest control. But do you really know just how different these two service offerings are?
Preventing seagulls from landing on commercial roofs is a tough task but there are a variety of products that can help PMPs who are involved in this line of work.
Vultures are expanding their North America range, and bringing bird-related problems with them.