Tag: Stuart Mitchell

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Tempering the risk of mosquito-borne illness

June 7, 2016 By
With Aedes aegypti in the news at nearly every turn, it’s important for pest management professionals (PMPs) to take the longer view about the true risk of a mosquito-borne public health crisis. For yellow fever mosquitoes to cause an outbreak... Read more»

Most Wanted: Plodia interpunctella

July 11, 2014 By
“Cleptoparasitic stored product pests are guilty of contaminating up to 10% of global grain supplies. Stored product pests can originate at the time of product production but drastically escalate during storage and transport.” — Dr. Ted Granovsky As Stored Product... Read more»

Dos and Don’ts: Indianmeal Moths

July 11, 2014 By and
■ Do the applied biology and eliminate the moths through integrated pest management (IPM). ■ Don’t let Indianmeal moth (IMM), Plodia interpunctella, contaminate stored food product. ■ Do observe lighting on or near the structure. Sodium vapor (yellow-colored) lighting has... Read more»
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Mitchell joins PMP as technical editor

March 25, 2013 By
CLEVELAND—Pest Management Professional (PMP), the industry’s leading technical journal since 1933, has inked an agreement for Dr. Stuart Mitchell, BCE, to serve as its technical editor. Mitchell will continue to serve as principal technical specialist for PestWest Environmental, based in... Read more»
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Most Wanted: Cockroaches

March 1, 2013 By
Guilty of criminal assaults on our nutrition and breathing, these habitual violators spread feces, regurgitation and body fragments, defiling our food and air. Other offenses committed by these infesters include a belligerent odor; the tendency to crawl indiscriminately from filth... Read more»
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