Experts say regulations governing the use of pyrethroids likely will become more restrictive. That’s why the timing of a new stewardship initiative by PWG is so important.
Don’t look for 2017 to be quiet on the legislative front. Political change may impact business and regulations.
In the wake of one of the most contentious presidential elections in American history, what does a Trump victory mean for the pest management industry?
PMPs learn video production to build a better brand.
After selling his 31-year-old company in 2012, Billy Blasingame is back with a new company.
The conehead termite, which differs from its subterranean relatives with its super-fast reproductive rate, is an aggressive forager known to venture several hundred feet away from the colony to establish satellite nests.
This second-generation pest management professional is working hard with a variety of colleagues to beat this “junkyard dog”-like termite.
A long-time pest management professional and industry consultant examines how termite customers can be impacted by floods or moving water.
The latest and greatest about the world of termites — and their control.
Research on Formosan subterranean termites in New Orleans finds that in areas with many termite colonies, elimination of one colony may result in the re-invasion by a neighboring colony. This begs the question: Is it ever possible to maintain a termite-free area?
Bobby Corrigan explains that not only is rodent exclusion important, it’s perhaps the most important aspect of controlling rodents.
Both still and video cameras are increasingly being used within the pest control industry to help build an effective rodent control program. Combining new technology with traditional tracking methods can be much more effective and efficient, and less costly.
Stephen Gates, an 18-year veteran of Cook’s Pest Control, shares 10 keys for tracking Norway rats, roof rats and house mice.