Do you know that boosting employee engagement reduces turnover? Engaging employees and fostering a positive, collaborative culture is key for pest management companies that want to retain their outstanding employees.
The sixth annual PCT Mergers & Acquisitions Virtual Conference will provide expert advice from some of the industry’s leading authorities on mergers and acquisitions and family business issues.
UPFDA members inspired by Iraq war hero who helped capture Saddam Hussein and say goodbye to longtime Executive Director Valera Jessee at Annual Spring Conference in San Antonio.
The Frye Inspection Tool (FIT) is a probe that can be used to determine if an opening is large enough to permit a mouse or rat.
Despite their intimidating appearance, earwigs are harmless and among the easiest to control occasional invaders.
Are you applying the same control techniques to multi-family housing as you are to commercial kitchen accounts? If you’re not…why is that the case?
Research from North Carolina State University finds total release foggers do not kill cockroaches. In fact, they put pesticides in places where the cockroaches aren’t and they’re increasing pesticide levels in the home.
What do you do when you just can’t find the source of a pest infestation?
Entomologist Dini Miller proves that an assessment-based, bait-only, no-prep approach to German cockroach control in low-income housing can achieve ‘miraculous’ results.
Unrealistic expectations, DIY treatments and behaviors that reintroduce the pest top PMPs’ list of aggravations when controlling German cockroaches. Yet some say these headaches offer an opportunity to improve the business.
PMPs are reaping the benefits of using different formulations (gel baits, granular baits and dusts) to control cockroaches.
Certainly flies and rodents can cause annoyance, fear and disgust for customers. But do you know all of the potentially dangerous health threats they can cause as well?
There are many challenges to effective tick management. PMPs must deal with many different tick species — and the ranges of those ticks are expanding.