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Tag: wood destroying organisms (WDO)

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Nisus: iStrike Insecticide Foam

June 24, 2020 By
iStrike kills WDOs on contact as the foam fills the galleries, voids and holes and leaves a residual to continue protection. Read more»
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PestRoutes: Termite Business

April 9, 2020 By
Managing your termite business shouldn’t require you to use multiple software systems. The PestRoutes platform is an all-in-one solution that supports wood-destroying organism (WDO)  reporting for California Branch 3 Structural Pest Control and the updated National Pest Management Association’s NPMA-33... Read more»
Billy Blasingame, ACE, owner and CEO of Blasingame Pest Management, and William E. Blasingame Sr., a Pest Management Professional Hall of Famer (Class of 2011).

Blasingame Services reignites training program

February 25, 2020 By
W. E. Blasingame Services, a training and consulting firm for urban pest control, has been re-established and reopened by Billy Blasingame, ACE. Read more»
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Painting the future of WDO control

February 14, 2020 By
Our latest issue focuses on trends and technology people are seeing in the termite and other wood-destroying organism (WDO) categories. Read more»
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Nisus Corp: ZB-SHIELD

January 23, 2020 By
Nisus Corp. is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Canadian Pest Management Regulatory Agency registrant for the zinc borate product ZB-SHIELD. Read more»
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Corteva Agriscience: Sentricon Termite Colony Elimination System

January 10, 2020 By
The Sentricon Termite Colony Elimination System provides protection against subterranean termite infestations by eliminating the entire termite colony. Read more»
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PestRoutes announces California WDO report support

October 17, 2019 By
PestRoutes Software’s mobile technology solution now supports Wood-destroying Pests and Organisms Inspection Reporting for California Branch 3 Structural Pest Control. Read more»

Optimal conditions for termite behavior

September 28, 2019 By
For subterranean termites, the probability can be explained in a linear fashion: Y = x1 + x2 + x3 where Y= feeding and damage, x1 = wood decay, x2 = moisture content, and x3 = environmental conditions at the infestation... Read more»
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NPMA updates wood destroying insect report form

September 16, 2019 By
The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) licensed ServiceMark to print the updated National Wood Destroying Insect Report form NPMA-33. Read more»
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Tools for termites

March 24, 2019 By
Product manufacturers share what’s new, what’s coming, and their forecasts for 2019-2025. Read more»