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Pest World 2019, San Diego, CA, October 14-18, 2019

With Washington at the Syngenta booth Won a bottle of wine from the boys at the Aust Group Botanical Gardens Traditional glam shot with Dini Miller El Cid Gaslamp District Globe Theater Coronado Bridge USS Midway Dragon Tree from the Canary Islands at the Hotel Coronado Hotel Coronado La Jolla With Liz at Coasterra Restaurant…

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Small Flies – Big Problems

Small Flies – Big ProblemsFeaturing:  Nisus An advanced training program on small flies and their control in residential, commercial and healthcare facilities. Biology and habits; breeding site preferences; health impact. A special emphasis on the latest products, techniques and equipment. Monday, April 29, 20195:30 pm to 9:30 pm

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Urban Bird Control

February 27, 2019 Featuring: Ray Olschewski, ACEBird Barrier A great program on bird biology, habits and behavior. We discussed the importance of bird control from public health and aesthetic perspectives. We learned how to choose the best control strategies emphasizing new technologies and approaches for total exclusion, ledge products, open-area options and interior techniques.

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The 2018 New York Pest Expo – Transitions

Transitions 2018 Food * Cocktails * Gifts * Prizes *  Exhibits * Training * Special Offers * Great Location * Free Parking * Fresh Speakers * New Themes! The 16th edition of the New York Pest Expo. Friday, November 9th, 2018 8am to 6pm The George Washington Bridge Doubletree Hotel 2117 Route 4 East, Fort Lee, NJ…

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Advances in Rodent Control

Featuring John Phil Bell Labs An advanced training program on rodents and their control from a public health and economic loss perspective. How to prepare a customized plan based on a thorough assessment. A special emphasis on best management practices and latest innovations – especially the use of dry ice in rat burrows. Tuesday, March…

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