Tag: scorpions

Arizona bark scorpion (Photo: iStock.com/Srabin)

How eliminating food sources can improve scorpion control

August 29, 2018 By
To run a long-term, sustainable scorpion management program, it is important to consider the urban ecosystem and make it less hospitable for scorpions. Read more»
Becerra sets an an animal trap Oct. 27 at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. William Banton)

Air Force details pest management in Southeast Asia

November 14, 2017 By
The goal for pest management and entomology in the Air Force is to keep the base’s insect, rodent and feral animal population at a manageable level. Read more»
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Q&A: Pseudoscorpions, small flies and bees

September 29, 2017 By
Email your questions about insect identification and pest management technologies and techniques to Dr. Doug Mampe at dentomol@aol.com. Your questions most likely will be printed and answered in one of Pest Management Professional’s upcoming Ask the Expert columns.   Q:... Read more»
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Scorpion manicures: A beauty trend to die for

April 5, 2016 By
A woman in Mexico took her love of scorpions to new heights when she had the idea of integrating them into nail art, and it’s caught the Internet by storm. The scorpion manicure trend originated in Durango, Mexico, according to... Read more»
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Control Solutions, Inc.: Optimate CS

December 10, 2014 By
Optimate CS is a microencapsulated suspension containing highly concentrated Gamma-Cyhalothrin, the most active pyrethroid in the world, the company says. The CapVantage encapsulation technology ensures slow release and long-lasting residual effect. Labeled for use on and around buildings and structures, including... Read more»

MGK: Onslaught FastCap

October 23, 2014 By
Onslaught FastCap combines fast-acting and controlled release technology to kill tough pests like spiders and scorpions fast, while providing residual control. It can be used indoors and out, in homes and in food and non-food areas of commercial structures. It... Read more»
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Environmental Science, a division of Bayer CropScience LP

March 27, 2013 By
When spiders crawl, Temprid SC’s flexible label allows indoor and outdoor use. It combines the fast-acting, broad-spectrum control of beta-cyfluthrin with the systemic residual control of imidacloprid to provide performance and efficacy. Reduce callbacks, increase profits and simplify business operations... Read more»

Environmental Science, a division of Bayer CropScience LP

November 15, 2012 By
Temprid SC features a flexible label that fights indoor pests like spiders, cockroaches and crickets, as well as outdoor and wood-infesting pests like ants, scorpions, ticks and drywood termites. It combines the fast-acting, broad-spectrum control of beta-cyfluthrin with the systemic... Read more»
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Control Solutions, Inc.

November 14, 2012 By
Cyzmic CS is a broad-use, microencapsulated suspension concentrate containing 9.7% lambda cyhalothrin. Featuring cutting-edge CapVantage Technology, Cyzmic’s 11,500 capsules per square inch are structured to release the active ingredient by disruption or diffusion. Disruption releases the active ingredient immediately, whereas... Read more»
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