Why is our society so attracted to stories of gargantuan garage spiders, swarms of killer bees and the oft-heralded rats as big as cats?
Recent research finds spiders eat 400 to 800 million tons of prey annually. (Humans consume 400 million tons of meat and fish each year.) Talk about a hearty appetite…
Is there one rat for every resident of New York City? One of the country’s leading rodent experts weighs in on this much-debated topic.
Cockroaches are born survivors, but they’re not indestructible. What’s true and what’s not when it comes to the physical abilities and survivability of these ubiquitous pests?
Pest control industry will be on the offensive at this year’s event.
Just in! New research from the Professional Pest Management Alliance delves into consumers’ perceptions of the professional pest management market. How can these findings help your business craft its marketing message?
Bug Man Exterminating’s Tim Nininger measures his success in more than wins and losses.
Although it’s not exactly in the spirit of Valentine’s Day, experts say business owners would be wise to consider a premarital agreement long before popping the question.
Leading university researchers weigh in on where we are at, and where we are headed.
The more thorough technicians are with their inspections and analysis, the more likely they are going to succeed with their termite control treatments.
Why do subterranean termites choose to return to their nest to molt?
A round-up of news and product information about termite control.
Biological knowledge of the desert subterranean termite improves success in management with baits in one of the most severe habitats in the United States.