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Web Exclusive: Experts’ favorite technologies

January 29, 2018 By
On p. 14 of the January issue, you’ll see great responses from Frank Meek, Mark “Shep” Sheperdigian and Dr. Stephen Vantassel. But four more of our contributors weighed in on the topic of “What technology do you rely on most... Read more»
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Web Exclusive: DIY pest control run amok

August 30, 2017 By
In our September issue’s Question of the Month (p. 14), PMP contributors Dr. Austin Frishman, Frank Meek and Pete Schopen weigh in on the most outlandish pest home remedies they’ve heard. But several of our other contributors had crazy stories... Read more»
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Web Exclusive: What is your best tip for managing ticks?

July 26, 2017 By
As will be seen in our August issue’s Question of the Month (p. 14), PMP contributors Stuart Aust, Dr. Doug Mampe and Mark Sheperdigian shared tick tips. But so did several of our other contributors – and we’d love to... Read more»
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Experts recommend industry apps

July 12, 2017 By
As you can see on p. 14 of our July print issue, Dr. Jim Fredericks, Dr. Austin Frishman and Frank Meek each suggested a helpful smartphone app for pest management professionals. But Meek had a couple to add, and so did... Read more»
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Web Exclusive: Which pest is most often misidentified?

June 12, 2017 By
The June issue’s Question of the Month (p. 14) features responses from Paul Hardy, Ray Johnson and Mark “Shep” Sheperdigian, but several other PMP contributors weighed in (and so did Shep, for a second time!): Dr. Jim Fredericks: The most... Read more»
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Web Exclusive: Customer Cooperation, Take II

May 17, 2017 By
We recently asked all of our contributors, What’s the best way to convince a customer to cooperate with you? While the responses from Dr. Austin Frishman, Frank Meek and Stuart Aust made our May print issue, several other contributors had... Read more»
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Web Extra: PMP contributors have their say on technology trends

January 9, 2017 By
On p. 14 of our January issue, Pest Management Professional magazine columnists Pete Schopen and Mark Sheperdigian have their say on which trends they see having an impact on our industry. But columnists Ray Johnson and Dr. Doug Mampe have weighed... Read more»
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True grit

June 15, 2015 By
In PMP’s June issue, we let our stable of contributors share stories of “mystery jobs” from their past. Even the most experienced pro can be stumped occasionally, and not all pest problems have easy-to-identify solutions. Likewise, some pest problems turn... Read more»
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On the Road to Pest Management Enlightenment

January 20, 2015 By
It’s been a busy month of travel for this senior editor. Between the Global Bed Bug Summit in Denver, and West Lafayette, Ind. for the 79th Annual Purdue Pest Management Conference, there hasn’t been much reason for me to even unpack my... Read more»
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PMP kicks off 2015 with new look, content

January 9, 2015 By
CLEVELAND — Pest Management Professional (PMP) will showcase its new logo and content-and-design upgrade with its January 2015 print edition. Unwilling to rest on its laurels, PMP also has hired 20-year industry veteran Heather Gooch as managing editor. Gooch’s return... Read more»
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