Tag: Purdue

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Pi Chi Omega strikes up the fun

January 6, 2019 By
I’m not much for participatory journalism — nor should I be, in this industry, as I’m not licensed to work in any state! But after a five-hour drive Sunday afternoon from Northeast Ohio to the hallowed halls of Purdue University,... Read more»
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Purdue University: Pest Conference

November 10, 2018 By
The 84th Annual Purdue University Pest Management Conference is one of the oldest and largest pest management conferences in the country. Visit with old friends and make new ones, and learn the latest in progressive pest management. It takes place... Read more»
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5 questions with Purdue entomology master’s student

April 30, 2018 By
"I did my senior-year project on termite control by formulating effective baits." Read more»
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Purdue researcher uses poison-coated termites to control invasive ant colonies

February 20, 2018 By
Over three weeks, nearly every ant was killed, Purdue says. Read more»
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Fumigants & Pheromones set for June

February 7, 2018 By
Insects Limited and Fumigation Service & Supply (FSS) will co-host the 13th Fumigants & Pheromones Conference June 12-14, 2018, at the Indiana State Museum in their headquarters city of Indianapolis. Throughout the past 25 years, this biennial conference has followed... Read more»
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PMP Hall of Fame 2017: Dr. John Klotz, the ant authority

September 26, 2017 By
The only thing more amazing than Dr. John Klotz’s contributions to the industry’s knowledge and understanding of ant management is his near-miraculous journey back recovering from a traumatic brain injury. Dr. John Klotz’s interest in ants and other insects took... Read more»
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McCloud Pest Invasion 2017 focused on food safety

May 24, 2017 By
McCloud Services, based in South Elgin, Ill., hosted its annual Pest Invasion food industry pest management seminar on April 25, 2017, at the Drury Lane Convention Center in Oakbrook Terrace, Ill. The seminar was attended by nearly 350 pest management,... Read more»
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IN MEMORIAM: Greg Campbell

May 22, 2017 By
On May 13, Greg Campbell passed away at age 65 in La Porte, Ind. Campbell was a lifetime member and twice president of Indiana Pest Management Association (IPMA), where he was inducted into the Hall of Fame. He was past... Read more»
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Purdue statue salutes entomology

April 27, 2017 By
Purdue University now is home to the first statue dedicated to entomologists in the U.S. Dr. Tom Turpin, a professor of entomology at the West Lafayette, Ind., university, says that there are only two other known statues in the world... Read more»
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2017 Purdue conference in pictures

February 6, 2017 By
To enhance our February issue’s print coverage of the January 2017 Purdue Pest Management Conference, here are some additional photos from the event — which attracted more than 500 pest management professionals (PMPs). All photos courtesy of Purdue University: (Select the... Read more»
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