The Pest Control Charter is an association dedicated to ensuring that the highest quality pest control procedures are followed in ...
The Pest Control Charter is an association dedicated to ensuring that the highest quality pest control procedures are followed in all aspects of the pest control industry.
Bait Station Placement
Where a bait station, or more likely a group of stations, is located has a lot to do with a successful rodent control effort. As a pest management professional, you need to know where the rats or mice are nesting, travelling and feeding. Bait statio... [more]
The Sad Strange Fate Of The Honey Bee
When was the problem identified? In the closing months of 2006, when thousands of American beehives were found to be almost entirely devoid of bees ñ victims of a mysterious malady known as Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). A study across 15 different... [more]
Building A Bed Bug Program
Bed bugs are among the most distasteful of pests. When people suspect these creepy-crawlies might be invading their homes or offices or the hotels they frequent, they want them out... now! This aversion, coupled with the tremendous resurgence of bed ... [more]
IPM In Fast Food Restaurants
We can be proud that our pest control industry has been rightly called a "guardian of public health" â€“ and we can be proud of that role as it applies to the fast food restaurant industry. The presence of flies, rodents and / or cockroaches in fast ... [more]
The Art Of Detection
Inspection and monitoring are described as the first steps in any integrated approach to pest management. Today, the pest management professional may spend as much or more time searching for, observing and collecting data on activity than in the actu... [more]
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