Want to have greater control over perhaps the most troublesome of ant species? Read on.
The most important control tip for the management of ants is Identification.
No matter the species, identification is important to know where ants might be, what they may be feeding on or foraging for, and how to treat. They may be small, but they are mighty!
There’s no magic involved, but controlling acrobat ants can make you feel like you’re walking a tightrope.
With certain limitations and social distancing guidelines as a result of COVID-19, many PMPs placed a greater emphasis on effective exterior treatments to limit entering customers’ homes.
Going the extra mile to understand carpenter ant behavior is essential for successful control of this destructive pest.
New organization was formed to support, promote Black economic advancement in the field of pest management.
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PMPs know that ants make the phones ring in the spring. Here, Dr. Janis Reed, who completed her BS, MS and Ph.D. in entomology at Texas A&M University, shares the number one thing your staff can do to control ant pests better.