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Test your knowledge of stinging insects

September 24, 2019 By
Editor’s Note: Questions for this test were contributed by Judy Black, Michael Broder, Doug Foster, Paul Hardy, Eric Scherzinger, Pete Schopen, Mark Sheperdigian and Stephen Vantassel. Read more»
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Modern AC Products: The Dauber Stopper

July 28, 2019 By
The Dauber Stopper is an insect screen that protects emergency drain lines on the property from invaders such as spiders, bees, wasps and more. In particular, it guards these open gateways into attics and basements from mud daubers building nests... Read more»
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Bring ’em back alive

July 7, 2019 By
Treating bee and other pollinator accounts is very different from traditional pest control, a topic we delve into starting on p. 38. When they become pests, they are not to be controlled so much as removed, relocated and respected. While... Read more»
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Rose, Gaiser Bee Co. celebrate National Pollinator Week

June 18, 2019 By
As the world observes National Pollinator Week from June 17-23, Troy, Mich.-based Rose Pest Solutions, the nation’s oldest pest management company providing industry-leading pest management technology, is proud to support enterprises in Michigan, Indiana and Ohio that preserve these beneficial species.... Read more»
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20,000 bees? All in a day’s work

April 4, 2019 By
Across the pond in Coventry, England, the Coventry Telegraph reports on a local company, Delta Pest Control, that relocated 20,000 bees from a residential roof. Delta’s owner, David Bird, told BBC Coventry and Warwickshire that “it was a bit of a... Read more»
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Dr. Nicky Gallagher, Technical Services Manager, Syngenta Professional Pest Management

Take safety measures when removing stinging insects

January 25, 2019 By
Removing bees and other flying and stinging insects is an important service that requires implementing safety measures, including wearing personal protective equipment (PPE). A bee suit that covers exposed skin should be used and inspected on a regular basis for... Read more»
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ShuBee: Red BeeArmor

December 3, 2018 By
ShuBee BeeArmor is reusable, stay-in-place surface protection for use on any hard surface — even marble and tile. The non-woven top layer of polymer film prevents dirt, debris, spills or water from seeping onto the surface you’re trying to protect.... Read more»
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Gloves by Web: Hooded Bee Suit

September 20, 2018 By
This professional-grade bee suit features elastic wrist and ankles. It’s made from a lightweight poly-cotton blend for durability and comfort. The hood features an unobstructed view, and the suit has a relaxed fit for easy on and off. Free cowhide... Read more»
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Nisus: iStrike Insecticide Foam

September 5, 2018 By
Convenient and fast, imidacloprid-based iStrike Insecticide Foam can be your go-to product for wood destroying organisms (WDOs). Specifically designed for residential structures, the easy-to-use aerosol can comes with a flexible applicator hose and two different tips. Use iStrike when you... Read more»
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McCool opens Pest Control Museum

December 1, 2017 By
Eric “Critter” McCool, who currently holds world records for removing the largest yellowjacket nest and bee honeycomb, has opened a dedicated pest management museum in Franklin, Pa. McCool’s Pest Control Museum, which opened to the public in early November, displays... Read more»
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