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Rodent control: Electronic sensor suppliers weigh in

March 13, 2018 By
This discussion will help PMPs better understand electronic remote monitoring systems. Read more»
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What does the future hold for traditional rodent control solutions?

March 9, 2018 By
While monitoring devices are welcomed pieces of the puzzle, traditional rodent control technologies — traps, baits, stations and glue boards — remain integral tools, too. Read more»
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How remote monitoring technology works

March 8, 2018 By
Most systems offer the ability to analyze data and view trap locations. Read more»
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2018 State of the Industry Survey: PMP business dashboard

December 15, 2017 By
The prevailing wisdom is that pest management is a people business above all else. Read more»
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Snap traps: Ensure rodents chew kick plate

January 25, 2017 By
A little trick when using snap traps is to get the rodent species to chew the kick plate by rubbing the oil or foodstuff ever-so-lightly on the kick plate. I find snap traps are more effective when rodents chew on... Read more»
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Bait gone? Consider non-target pests

January 9, 2017 By
Those darn mice! They licked the bait completely off that trigger without springing the trap! How can that happen? Is the trap really that insensitive? Or… did we fail to note the other pests in the area? Ants, such as... Read more»
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How rodent control has evolved

January 3, 2017 By
Since I started as a pest management technician, about 56 years ago, there have been many changes in rodent management. We were not called pest management specialists back then. We were called exterminators, and we exterminated. To us, success was... Read more»
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Wildlife sanctuary to repurpose election signs for pest traps

October 25, 2016 By
Brook Waimarama Sanctuary in Nelson, New Zealand, is seeking used election signs to repurpose into pest trap and monitoring tunnels. The sanctuary is asking local candidates to donate their used signs, which were removed from the city prior to the... Read more»
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Wildlife pests: 2 tips for using cage traps

October 12, 2016 By
Here are two tips to help you be more successful when using cage traps to catch wildlife pests: Always select the proper recommended size trap for the target animal you’re after. For example, you would not use a raccoon-size cage... Read more»
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J.F. Oakes: 2015-2016 Pheromones and Lures Catalog

November 2, 2015 By
J.F. Oakes’ newest catalog contains professional pest management solutions such as traps, monitors and lures for stored product insects and other pests. Get updated product information, suggested product uses and placement, all at your fingertips. JFOakes.com Read more»
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