It’s spring break season! For many PMPs, customers’ vacation homes offer a year-round opportunity to sell pest control service. Are you ready to take the plunge?
PCT will host its inaugural Public Health Virtual Conference next month. Plan to attend if you’re interested in learning more about the industry’s hottest market.
A new fluid termite bait aims to combine the best of two management methods.
Research finds Asian subterranean termites can kill pine trees and hollow out the trunk of many other trees, including oaks, making them structurally fragile and susceptible to hurricanes.
Here are some hands-on rodent inspection tips from industry consultant Bill Kolbe’s recent presentation at PCT’s Rodent Control Virtual Conference.
A primer for using desiccant dust to control and prevent bed bugs.
While customers still want discretion, they are willing to ask friends and family about their experiences with bed bug control.
In these unique locations, PMPs can help clients avoid putting quality of patient care at risk — and limit possible reputation damage.
Attendance tops 575 at Global Bed Bug Summit in the Mile-High City.
A review of bed bug news and product information from industry suppliers.
Manufacturers, formulators and distributors will travel to the ‘Lone Star State’ in April to share business insights, network, and address emerging regulatory issues that could impact this important segment of the pest management industry.
A round-up of news and product information about distributors in the pest management industry.
PMPs weigh in on their loyalty to distributors, the quality of distribution and more.
Pest management professionals can encourage customers to prevent their exposure to mosquitoes by creating a comprehensive guide for them to follow.
Infectious mosquitoes are turning up in new regions.
Effective control means getting the insecticide into foliage and especially onto the underside of leaves where mosquitoes are often found.
How Asian tiger mosquito habitat varies from block to block in an urban setting.
UF/IFAS Florida Medical Entomology Lab researchers have found Culex quinquefasciatus can contain live Zika virus in saliva.