Attendees will advocate for important industry issues using a virtual platform this year.
Pheromones can be used in traps to capture and monitor pests, and we can use them to control insects when we disrupt their mating.
Former PCO Dan Collins reflected on an incident where he was forced to “draw a line in the sand” when dealing with a client.
Four ways for business owners to stay relevant in today’s connected world by investing in LinkedIn.
This seasonal invader can prompt customer calls in the early spring or late winter.
PMP Kevin Thorn designed creative and educational marketing cards to inform clients that his technicians were on site. And there’s a bonus: The cards help grow his company’s brand.
During the coronavirus pandemic companies have pivoted to maintain employee engagement and stay in touch with customers.
The finding may lead to a better understanding of the ant’s developmental behaviors.
Even though PMPs deal with only a few types of termites in the United States, there are 3,000+ species worldwide. Here’s how one PMP is documenting these wood-destroying pests.
Termite equipment maintenance is critical for pest management companies. Some maintenance is relatively simple and can be performed by the technician. Other maintenance requires more skill and time and the proper tools and location.
A quick review of termite information to assist technicians in the field.
“Built-by-owner” homes can be a challenge from a pest control perspective.
How do you treat for termites under a road?
Even though a pandemic has limited travel and human interaction, tough pests like bed bugs have not gone away. Dr. Barb Nead-Nylander, research and development scientist at Douglas Products, answers common questions about bed bugs and treatment options.
In today’s market, thermal technology has become an important tool in eliminating wood-destroying insects while also being more conscious of the environment. Tom Costello is the director of technical services for Greentech Heat Solutions. He has over 35 years of experience in the pest control and termite fields. Tom has worked with many different industries in the use of thermal technology for the control of many different insect species.