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PCT looks at the 15 trends that shaped the industry — and companies on the Top 100 list — over the past 15 years.
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Next month PCT will host a virtual conference about small flies, featuring some of the industry’s leading experts.
The DOL’s proposed overtime rules and the role the pest management industry plays in combating the Zika virus were center stage at this year’s event.
When PMPs and customers use common names to identify ants, it may end up being a game of “who’s on first?”
University of California, Riverside, researchers add Argentine ant pheromones to bait and find a 74 percent reduction in ant activity.
UF/IFAS entomologists estimate subterranean termite activity will expand, meaning half the structures in South Florida will be at risk of infestation by subterranean termites in just 25 years.
Eric “Critter” McCool is a PCO and bee expert who got his start being paid in ice cream sandwiches.
PMPs should consider promoting these compelling symbols of pollinator conservation.
Water-repellent silk layers of egg sacs may make water-based pesticides ineffective.
The senior housing and care market is a $330 billion industry and growing. How can you best serve this segment?
How can partnering with a merchant service provider to process credit card payments help your pest management firm?
Is it time to up your game with drone technology?
As personal interaction at accounts declines, ABC Home & Commercial technicians are communicating with customers via custom smart apps. Here’s how.
Few companies were willing to invest the tens of thousands of dollars it once took to get a reliable thermal imaging camera, but now that you can tuck one into your pocket for about $250, PMPs across the country are giving it a try.
A review of new software and other technology products being used in the pest control industry.