A report out of Australia demonstrates for the first time that bed bugs can induce a potentially dangerous (and possibly even deadly) systemic reaction in individuals repeatedly exposed to them.
Different bed bug signs mean different things.
A study from the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences says bringing bed bugs to the classroom makes everyone smarter.
Although the mere sight of a bed bug traversing across a mattress or climbing on a bed frame can send people into a tizzy, PMPs need to communicate to customers that a small number of bed bugs in an account does not always mean a large infestation is present.
The Germinator is a mechanically sealed mobile sanitizing chamber that uses a combination of ozone and heat to kill germs and pests, including bed bugs.
A review of news and product information from industry suppliers.
Next month PCT will host a virtual conference about mosquitoes, featuring some of the industry’s leading experts.
Ed Freytag, senior entomologist at the New Orleans Mosquito, Termite and Rodent Control Board, wins PCT’s 15th annual contest with a beautiful photo he submitted of an acorn weevil.
It’s effective, environmentally sound, safe to humans and non-target animals, and a boon to public health. So why is using dry ice as a rodenticide in burrows a federal violation?
Soil-based liquid termiticides have changed a lot since the U.S. Forest Service began testing them for efficacy in 1938. Could a new way to evaluate them be coming soon?
Termite behavior is just not the same these days. So in lieu of decreased termite work related to swarming, diversification has been the key to market growth at many firms.
Industry consultant Stoy Hedges provides insights into two of his favorite subjects: ants and training.
Harvester ants are expert foragers, they strip large areas of vegetation from around their nest and they pack a mean sting. Here’s what you need to know.
Highlights of the 25th International Congress of Entomology.