PCT keeps a pulse on the industry with timely Reader Poll questions. Here is the most recent question for pest management professionals. Since COVID-19 began, how often have your employees been coming into the office? CLICK HERE to participate.

Audio: ‘Five Wildlife Management Mistakes to Avoid’ Audio Article

Jack Ammerman, owner of Advanced Wildlife Control, Genesee County, Mich., wrote the September PCT feature “5 Mistakes to Avoid.” Ammerman also provided an audio recording of the article. Download from “online extras” on the PCT Online homepage or directly.

Webinars On Demand

PCT Online presents informative webinars throughout the year, including the recently hosted sponsored webinars: “Mechanical Drying and Drainage for Crawlspaces,” sponsored by Crawlspace Depot; “How to Build Revenue and Enterprise Value for a Sustainable Business,” presented by Slingshot; “The Benefits of Selontra Rodent Bait for Your Business,” presented by BASF; and “Contraceptives: The Role They Play in Your Integrated Pest Management Program,” presented by Senestech. These webinars can be downloaded any time at

VLOG: PMP Interviews With Court Parker

PCT is continuing to follow the journey of Bug Busters CEO Court Parker and his family on their cross-country trip from Atlanta to the West Coast and back. Parker has been interviewing fellow pest management professionals to find out how they have been adapting to operating amid COVID-19. Parker has been sharing these video interviews on Visit “online extras” on the PCT homepage to watch these interviews. The most recent interview was with Sean McCauley, owner of Aantex, Brentwood, Calif.

Rose Pest Solutions’ Karen Gritter found a rabbit inside a rodent bait station.

More Rodent Bait Station Finds

Included in this month’s Rearview was “Snakes in a Box,” a story about Greg Retlewski (Rose Pest Solutions) and a couple of recent snake encounters he had while checking rodent bait stations. PCT also interviewed Rose’s Karen Gritter, the company’s northernmost service professional, who shared a couple of her findings. Visit “online extras” on the PCT Online homepage to view some of these non-rodent encounters.

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