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Wil-Kil director earns BCE certification


Shane McCoy, quality and technical training director for Wil-Kil Pest Control, was certified as a Board Certified Entomologist (BCE). Read more


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Axiom receives BBB Torch Award


Axiom Eco-Pest Control earned the 2019 Better Business Bureau (BBB) Oregon Business of the Year Torch Award from the BBB Northwest-Pacific chapter. Read more


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ESA names next executive director


The Entomological Society of America (ESA) promoted Chris Stelzig from director of strategic initiatives to executive director. Read more


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Honoring our Warriors — The 2019 New York Pest Expo is on!


The 17th edition of the New York Pest Expo is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 8, 2019. Start off Veterans Day Weekend right with a salute to our defenders and by supporting the Wounded... Read more

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Optimal conditions for termite behavior


For subterranean termites, the probability can be explained in a linear fashion: Y = x1 + x2 + x3 where Y= feeding and damage, x1 = wood decay, x2 = moisture content, and... Read more »

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[SPONSORED CONTENT] Scott Monds, general manager of National Exterminating Co., offers a look at what tactics and tools his team relies on to successfully control ants in the Virginia area.

Ant Battles: Keys to a successful ant job



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[SPONSORED CONTENT] Scott Monds, general manager of National Exterminating Co., offers a look at what tactics and tools his team relies on to successfully control ants in the Virginia area. Read more »

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Control Solutions Inc.: ‘What’s in the Box?’


The National Pest Management Association’s PestWorld 2019 in San Diego, Calif., Oct. 15-18, will be an event to remember. Find out “What’s in the Box” at CSI’s booth (#1127). The first 100 attendees... Read more


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Fungi could be the answer to winter ticks, new research shows


Back in 2015, we featured the horrific plight of so-called “ghost moose,” so named “for the light patches of skin showing as a result of their attempts to remove tens of thousands of ticks attached to their... Read more