Agri-Turf Distributing Names Lon Records CEO
During his tenure, the company expanded beyond pest control distribution into all of the specialty markets including turf and ornamental, golf, nursery, vegetation management, aquatic and vector. The company grew from three branch offices to 13 ...
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Spiders Are a Free Pest Control Service, Says Professor Adam Hart
Maine News Online
Professor Hart said, "By eating flies and other insects, spiders are not only providing us with a pest control service, but are also very important in our ecosystems because they often feed themselves on the most common species, preventing a few ...
Are spiders getting bigger? Warm summer has caused arachnids to grow larger ...
Somerset homes braced for invasion of spiders
Experts warn that massive spiders are set to descend on homes in Derbyshire ...
Phoenix Pest Control Company Launches Site
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As one of the most respected names in the pest control industry in Arizona, Sexton Pest Control continues to demonstrate the innovative spirit and commitment to its customers that has helped it to remain at the top of its field for more than five decades.
Ed Szymanski Joins Nisus Corporation
ROCKFORD, Tenn. — Edward “Ski” Szymanski has joined Nisus Corporation as an area manager for the South Central and Mountain regions of the U.S. Szymanski is a 36-year veteran of the pest control industry and most recently worked with Truly Nolen, ...
District to use pest control to get rid of MPHS rats
MARYSVILLE — The Marysville School District is taking steps to eradicate a rat problem that has been around for years at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. A district email says they have asked for additional services from pest control and more people ...
Wil-Kil Pest Control celebrates nine decades in business
Wil-Kil Pest Control may be an industry leader serving thousands of clients across the upper Midwest, but it still has plenty of small town hospitality and accessibility. And those qualities are evident in the fact that Wil-Kil this month celebrates ...
Rainy weather halts pest control for citrus growers
The insect has infected about 200 of about 500,000 citrus trees that homeowners grow in their yards. Ray Prewett, president of the Texas Citrus Mutual, urged growers and residents to destroy any infected trees to control the psyllid's spread.
Technology Reshapes Pest Control
But make no mistake: Technology more closely associated with NASA than pest remediation is beginning to reshape the way these prerequisite programs are executed. Technology's impact already is being felt, but bigger changes are coming, pest control ...