University of Florida researchers zero in on the potential threat of a new mosquito virus.
Pest management is a highly regulated business. But do you know how the issues being discussed today could affect your business tomorrow? Here are 8 regulatory issues that PMPs need to be aware of — and in some cases act on — now.
Many PMPs outsource services, which can be a real boon to the business…until it isn’t. From vetting vendors to ensuring work quality, here’s how to avoid pitfalls and do subcontracting right.
Many entomologists started their lifelong love affair with insects by creating their first insect collection.
What do hunters and pest management professionals have in common? They are both intensely alert, educated and vigilant — and they prepare for success.
What happens when an entomologist moves out to the country?
How the brown rat conquered New York City (and every other one, too).
The story of the little fire ant, and why modern medicine can learn from indigenous cultures.
Arizona State University researcher’s 2006 paper on mechanisms of these disquieting sights gained interest last year thanks to insect upheaval caused by Hurricane Harvey.
Fumigation services continue to demonstrate their value for a new generation of clients.
Here’s what PMPs need to know about the recent outbreak of this disease — and some flea control techniques.
Here’s an update on the biology and management of these lesser-known ants. An understanding of velvety tree ants will prevent unnecessary callbacks and lead to effective management.