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Rodent IPM and Fertility Management, Thursday, June 27, 2019

Presented by Brandy Pyzyna and Michelle Kristoff from SenesTech Introducing ContraPest and contraception as a novel approach to rodent control. Understanding rodent mating habits and reproductive capacity so as to limit fecundity factors. It’s all about layers of control and introducing disruptive techniques in order to overcome stubborn behavior.

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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 Harry Bryan from Nisus is stoked for…

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The Latest Standards for Food Establishments

Thursday, March 21, 2019 Featuring: Craig Martelle, J.T. Eaton An update on recent changes to pest management principles and practices, sanitary codes and regulations for food accounts. We reviewed acceptable chemical and non-chemical options as well as the proper use of pest management devices for the control of the major food pests. Here’s Craig briefing…

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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. The teams…

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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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Bird Control Mini Course

Bird Control Mini Course Featuring: A great introductory course on bird biology, habits and behavior. A discussion on the importance of bird control from public health and aesthetic perspectives. An exploration on how to choose the best control strategies emphasizing new technologies and approaches for total exclusion, ledge products, open-area options and interior techniques. Wednesday,…

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Ants – A Modern Approach to Their Control

Ants- A Modern Approach to Their Control Featuring: Bayer ES What every PMP must know regarding ant biology and habits and their impact on residential, commercial and healthcare facilities. The principal species common to the New York Metropolitan area. More recent arrivals and possible new invasive species with which we may soon be contending. Control…

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Small Fly Management – A Modern Approach

Small Fly Management – A Modern Approach Featuring: Scott Posocco, Nisus An advanced training program on small flies and their control in residential, commercial and healthcare facilities. Their biology and habits; breeding site preferences; health impact. Special emphasis on the latest products and equipment. Attendees had the opportunity to try out new tools hands-on. Special…

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Sleep With Confidence; Latest Bed Bug Innovations

Sleep With Confidence – Latest Bed Bug InnovationsFeaturing: Eve Pappas, Allergy Technologies   Lunch and refreshments were served on a steamy summer afternoon. Afterwards, we presented an advanced training program on bed bugs and their control. We learned about their biology and habits in light of new research; we reviewed detection and treatment survey results;…

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