Burgess Perry

Bayer names Perry to lead ES marketing

Environmental Science, a business unit of the Crop Science division of Bayer, has named Burgess Perry head of marketing for Environmental Science North America. In this role, Perry is responsible for leading the... Read more

Kenneth Haynes

Truly Nolen promotes Haynes

Tucson, Ariz.-based Truly Nolen Pest Control has promoted Kenneth Haynes to manager of its Tampa, Fla., service office. Haynes joined the company in 2016 and has 22 years of industry experience. Following completion... Read more

Massey sponsors Florida ‘knit-in’ for AHA

Each year, 40,000 babies in the United States are born with a congenital heart defect (CHD). That’s over 100 per day and more than four per hour. To raise awareness for these little... Read more


The scoop on foam

Foams are a relatively new tool in the pest management professional’s (PMP’s) fight against difficult-to-manage pests. The concept behind using foams in pest management is simple: They can do anything a liquid insecticide... Read more

tips & tricks

Ant management: Choose control method based on species

"... don’t be afraid to try something you’ve never tried before." Read more »

PMP Video

At PestWorld 2017, Terminix Service Inc. Technical Director Kevin Hathorne, BCE, explains the importance of the field of entomology and its place in the pest management industry. Hathorn also touches on the company’s plans for integrating technology into day-to-day functions to become fully paperless. PestWorld, which took place Oct. 24-27 in Baltimore, provides pest management professionals access to the latest products, services and technologies in a 100,000-sq.-ft. exhibit hall, and generates critical thinking in educational sessions.

Terminix Service technical director stresses entomology’s importance

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Hathorn also touches on the company's plans for integrating technology into day-to-day functions to become fully paperless. Read more »

Product Spotlight


Environmental Delivery Systems:

The newly relaunched boasts several new features, including updated operating manuals for download; easy-to-read parts schematics for all units; a service repair scheduling interface; access to distributor and partner websites; and integrated... Read more

crawling the web

Cornell, Harvard engineers collaborate on ‘RoboBees’

While engineers have had success building tiny, insect-like robots, programming them to behave autonomously like real insects continues to present technical challenges. Read more