INZECTO to host 2 webinars


June 21, 2023



INZECTO will host a webinar series titled “Integrated Mosquito Management + Better Profits with INZECTO Mosquito Traps” on June 28 and July 11.

Industry veteran Patrick Callahan will be discussing the changing landscape of mosquito management and the benefits of integrating INZECTO Mosquito Traps into your business.

For the past decades, mosquito management involved either space spraying for actively flying mosquitoes or spraying shrubbery to apply a residual barrier to kill resting mosquitoes. New technologies have emerged, with INZECTO Mosquito Traps being one of them, that have already started to become integral parts of cutting-edge service companies’ protocols.

Topics to be discussed in the upcoming webinars include:

  • Advantages of Utilizing the INZECTO Traps in your Business:
    • Physical proof of treatment
    • Allows placement of insecticides when and where you are prohibited
    • Long-term effectiveness to reduce callbacks
    • Allows mosquito service in inclement weather (rain)
  • Technician Benefits:
    • Minimal training for technicians
    • No handling of active ingredients or required personal protective equipment (PPE)
    • No allergens
    • Easy and quick installation – one part with no assembly
    • Low maintenance costs
    • Utilizes just one pint of water
    • Happier and more productive technicians

Registration for both webinars are now available.

The first webinar will be June 28 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Eastern. Register here.

The second webinar will be July 11 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Eastern. Register here. 

If you or your firm cannot attend any of these webinar dates, please contact or for more details.


INZECTO is a Gainesville, Fla.-based company that strives to manufacture effective, affordable, innovative and environmentally sensitive pest control products and systems backed by science, with stringent testing standards that protect humans from insects while respecting the environment and other animals.


About the Author

Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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