New Video Tutorials: How to Use ProTraining
ProTraining is more than coursework — it’s a complete training management system, equipped with a range of advanced tools for both students and administrators.Read Article
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PT® Phantom® II Pressurized Insecticide
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Expecting the Unexpected
Michael Broder has been working in pest control since he was 12. But he still doesn’t have all the answers — if anything, he’s become more aware of what he doesn’t know.Read Article
Mr. Pest Control
I have a customer who, every morning, has really small bugs in most of the sinks and showers in the house. They look and jump like springtails. None of the sinks or showers have leaks around them, upstairs or downstairs. There is some bad wood siding on the house and no mulch. This just started about five days ago. What can I do to manage the situation?
Rodents are not going into a bait station and consuming bait. They go around and over it. How can I control activity?