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Tips and Tricks

Consider other kitchen areas for SPP

November 5, 2020 By
While the kitchen is the most common room for treating stored product pests, it’s important to remember other areas that should be considered. Read more»

Learn to identify SPP sources

November 4, 2020 By
There are various and unique inspection practices that can help identify stored product pest (SPP) sources. Read more»
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Use trap data to determine when, where to treat for SPP

November 3, 2020 By
From homes to warehouses, stored product pests (SPP) are widespread nuisances that can cause significant damage to the products they infest. Read more»
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Educate customers on how to alleviate SPP problems

November 2, 2020 By
Even though I’m an entomologist, my mother calls every pantry pest a “weevil.” A couple years ago, she called me about — and texted me out-of-focus photos of — larval, pupal and adult Indianmeal moths (Plodia interpunctella, or IMM) invading... Read more»

Recognize the importance of IPM

October 30, 2020 By
Recognizing the importance of integrated pest management (IPM) is critical to making effective decisions that solve the toughest infestations. Read more»

It’s time: Start using remote monitoring for rodents

October 29, 2020 By
If you have not yet considered adding remote monitoring technology to your rodent control toolbox, now is the time to do so. Read more»

Tips to identify presence of mice, rats

October 28, 2020 By
Signs of rodent presence include tracks, gnawing damage, burrows, runways, urine stains and grease marks. Droppings are key to identifying these intruders. Read more»
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Eliminate rodent entry points

October 27, 2020 By
To close or caulk areas to prevent rodents, make sure the right material is used, as rodents can chew through plastic, aluminum and even concrete. Read more»
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Don’t underestimate a rodent’s ability to chew new entries

October 26, 2020 By
How rats and mice get indoors is always a mystery. Rodents can — and do — gnaw almost anything they can get their front teeth around. Read more»
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Try bait, nesting materials for snap traps

October 23, 2020 By
When using bait for snap traps, remember that less can be more. In addition to protein-based baits, don’t forget to get creative and try nesting materials. Read more»
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