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Purdue honors industry Hall of Famer

September 18, 2019 By
Stoy Hedges, BCE, has been selected to receive the 2019 John V. Osmun Alumni Professional Achievement Award in Entomology. Read more»
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45th annual UK Short Course set for November

June 10, 2015 By
The 45th Annual University of Kentucky Pest Control Short Course will take place┬áNov. 3-5, in Lexington, Ky. The conference includes a money-back satisfaction guarantee and features one of the strongest programs in the country. Topics include an equipment “house of... Read more»
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Tips and Tricks: ‘Start with the Insect’ When Dealing with Stored Product Pests

June 18, 2014 By
Of the more than 30 species of beetles that infest stored products, only a few are considered serious pests. Some, like the rice weevil and lesser grain borer, are far larger pests in farm-stored grain than might be seen in... Read more»
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Terminix: Spiders

June 28, 2013 By
By Stoy Hedges, BCE All spiders have venom glands, but the venom of most spiders is not dangerous to people. Two exceptions in the United States are the black widow (three species) and the brown recluse spider. Spider bites are... Read more»
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Terminix International: Flies

May 1, 2013 By
By Stoy Hedges, BCE There are many species of flies. While most pest fly species only have a lifespan of 30 days or less, they are still a nuisance to any home. House flies primarily breed in fresh animal manure,... Read more»
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Terminix International: Wasps

April 29, 2013 By
By Stoy Hedges, BCE Where cicada killer wasps (Sphecius spp.) have congregated in larger numbers, nesting in a particular landscape bed, the wasps can be deterred from using that site for nesting by advising the customer to use smaller gravel... Read more»
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