Bacon, OJ, pancakes… PestWeb?
How PestWeb helps PMPs kick off their workdays
On the 20th anniversary of PestWeb®, we’ve spent a lot of time reflecting on what this website means to us. But more importantly, we’ve also been thinking about what PestWeb means to PMPs in real terms. Because ultimately, it’s our customers who use the website as an industry hub and as a tool to drive their business.Read Article
Product of the Month
- Designed for extreme weatherability without compromising rodent acceptance
- Formulated to control rodents with a low dose, even warfarin-resistant mice and rats
- Highly attractive to rodents with reduced hazards to the users
- Single feeding reduces exposure and cost, limits the incidence of bait shyness
Last month, we rolled out the most expansive update in the history of ProTraining. With an upgrade to an entirely new learning platform, ProTraining now gives managers, technicians, and all other PMPs unmatched flexibility to expand their professional knowledge.
We want industry professionals to get the highest possible value out of every educational session. So with this update, we’ve made ProTraining courses more engaging and interactive. Now PMPs will get a more consistent “classroom” feel whenever they’re learning online!
More News Coming Soon
This update is just the beginning — we will be unveiling even bigger updates to ProTraining, including exciting new tools for owners and managers that will help them drive business every day. Stay tuned!
Practice What You Teach
It is no secret that the pest control industry is big on training and education, but some PMPs take it to the next level. Sara McGuire at Smithereen Pest Management might be the perfect example.Read Article
Mr. Pest Control
I am trying to catch or repel a rabbit for my customer who has an eggplant and zucchini garden. The rabbit is eating the leaves overnight. I tried baiting a Havahart trap with carrots and lettuce and applying neem oil and bone meal around the garden. Any ideas about what else I can try?
Does a pesticide applicator have to provide product labels to a tenant or to the property owner who is paying the bill?