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Young elected COSE chair


John G. Young, the president of Speed Exterminating in Cleveland, Ohio, was recently named as the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Council of Smaller Enterprises (COSE), for 2018-19. COSE is a... Read more


Jeremy Clore

Clore takes manager post with Truly Nolen


Tucson, Ariz.-based Truly Nolen Pest Control has promoted Jeremy Clore to manager of its North Miami, Fla. service office. Clore joined the company in 2016. He was previously an operations manager for Stanley... Read more


Bird Barrier team

Bird Barrier celebrates 25 years


In 1993, Bird Barrier America offered just three products warehoused in a small facility in Redondo Beach, Calif. A quarter-century later, it operates an expansive facility in Carson, Calif., and offers thousands of... Read more


Fumigants & Pheromones

Fumigants & Pheromones set for June


Insects Limited and Fumigation Service & Supply (FSS) will co-host the 13th Fumigants & Pheromones Conference June 12-14, 2018, at the Indiana State Museum in their headquarters city of Indianapolis. Throughout the past... Read more


tips & tricks

Ant management: How to effectively dust wall voids


Dusting wall voids with repellents or non-repellents is effective, but not if the dust is misapplied. Read more »

PMP Video

Chris Cramer, owner of Fort Mill, S.C-based Cramer Pest Control predicts the pest management industry’s largest opportunities for growth. Among bed bugs and mosquitoes, Cramer says marketing a growing internet and related technologies is trickling down to the pest control industry, offering a great growth opportunity.

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Cramer Pest Control owner: Industry growth lies in technology



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Chris Cramer, owner of Fort Mill, S.C-based Cramer Pest Control predicts the pest management industry’s largest opportunities for growth. Among bed bugs and mosquitoes, Cramer says marketing a growing internet and related technologies is trickling down to the pest control industry, offering a great... Read more »

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Pelsis: Project Neo


Project Neo technology rodent stations use the rodent characteristic of “thigmophilic behavior” — a reliance on touch to navigate environments — to help solve the problem of rat neophobia, or the fear of... Read more


crawling the web

3 ways insect pests woo their mates


Here are the less than romantic, quirky, and sometimes fatal ways certain pests woo their mates, proving that ‘love’ doesn’t need to cost a thing. Read more