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Insect Pests of Stored Grain
2019-07-23 18:21 UTC

Insect Pests of Stored Grain: Biology, Behavior, and Management Strategies

June 2017
Hardback & eBook
412 Pages with index
ISBN Hardback: 978-1-77188-503-4
ISBN eBook: 978-1-315-36569-5

This volume provides comprehensive coverage of stored product entomology for the sustainable and eco-friendly management of insects and...

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Biopesticides and Bioagents: Novel Tools for Pest Management
2019-07-23 18:19 UTC

Biopesticides and Bioagents: Novel Tools for Pest Management

September 2017
Hardback & eBook
418 Pages with index
ISBN Hardback: 978-1-77188-519-5
ISBN eBook: 978-1-315-36555-8

Insects, diseases, and weeds cause an almost 30% yield loss per annum in agricultural production, resulting in an increased use of pesticides by...

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Advances in Pest Management in Commercial Flowers
2019-07-23 18:17 UTC

Advances in Pest Management in Commercial Flowers

December 2019
Hardback & eBook
289 Pages with index
ISBN Hardbound: 978-1-77188-817-2
ISBN eBook: 9780429284120

Floricultural crops all over the world are challenged by a number of insect and mite pests. The pest scenario is changing, and with climate change the instances...

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How To Get Rid Of Rats In The Garden Fast
2019-07-22 21:45 UTC

It’s not just in the house that rats are unwelcome. Practically no one likes to have them outdoors either. Do you really want all the hard work you put into the exterior of your property being undone by rats in the garden? If not, you will want to act fast to reduce the amount of damage they are likely to do. As well as deterring them from...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-07-21
2019-07-21 04:00 UTC

  1. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting and Trapping - Last Vid of 2016
  2. What is resistance (and why does it matter?)
  3. www.crru.ie
  4. bit.ly/2iSaAvi
  5. How To Get Rid Of Woodlice In The Garden

Domestic Pests You Should Treat Immediately
2019-07-15 14:10 UTC

It goes without saying that no pests are welcome in our homes. Anyone in their right mind would want to get rid of them at the first sign of a problem or infestation. That being said, there are some domestic pests that are more damaging and dangerous to leave in you home without a proper course of treatment than others. In the following post, we...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-07-14
2019-07-14 04:00 UTC

  1. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Rat Shooting - Run Rabbit Run
  2. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3529726/When-wasps-ATTACK-Experts-reveal-evil-insects-target-avoid-stung-killing-one-cause-army-swarm.html
  3. Cockroaches – Are They Adapting To Climate Change?
  4. Types Of Rats In The UK

A Brief History Of Rats In London
2019-07-07 17:02 UTC

Rats and London go together like tea and biscuits, salt and pepper, cheese and pickle. They have lived in London for centuries. So, like it or not, they are our city neighbours. While it may not be completely true that rats are always no further than 6 feet away from you in London, like many other big cities in the world, these rodents are...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-07-07
2019-07-07 04:00 UTC

  1. What Do Woodlice Eat?
  2. www.cabi.org/bookshop/book/9781845938178
  3. Kit Video - ATN Thermal Spotter Overview
  4. Lumnia: LED Fly Killer Range | Rentokil
  5. What Noises Do Rats Make To Communicate?

Weekly Top Posts: 2019-06-30
2019-06-30 04:00 UTC

  1. international-pest-control.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/photo-of-BioConsortia-R-D-team-gathering-around-to-see-latest-microbial-discovery-under-microscope.jpg
  2. international-pest-control.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/IPC-JanFeb17_Cover_001.jpg
  3. ...

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Why We Offer 24 Hour Pest Control Callouts
2019-06-29 15:31 UTC

Whether you have a commercial property or a residential home to take care of, it is sensible to be vigilant against pests. You may have noticed, that, like many other London pest specialists, we offer 24 hour pest control here at Empire. Perhaps you have wondered why, when most people – unless they are night owls – would normally carry...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-06-23
2019-06-23 04:00 UTC

  1. international-pest-control.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/photo-of-BioConsortia-R-D-team-gathering-around-to-see-latest-microbial-discovery-under-microscope.jpg
  2. International Pest Control – November/December 2016 – Vol 58, Nr.6
  3. ...

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Top 10 Cockroaches Questions Answered
2019-06-22 22:14 UTC

Cockroaches. When most people hear that word, they shudder and feel pretty uneasy. A perfectly understandable reaction, when you think about how ghastly these creatures are. Not only are they seen as a sign of filth and dirt, but are known to carry and spread disease. It’s fair to say that cockroaches are probably one of the least popular...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-06-16
2019-06-16 04:00 UTC

  1. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Rat Shooting - Run Rabbit Run
  2. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3529726/When-wasps-ATTACK-Experts-reveal-evil-insects-target-avoid-stung-killing-one-cause-army-swarm.html
  3. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Attempt on the Family Record Pt 1
  4. ...

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Why Is Pest Control On The Rise in West London?
2019-06-15 15:24 UTC

Whether you’ve seen the evidence for yourself, or heard the news reports over the last few years, the problem is clear. Pests, and the need for pest control in West London, has been on the incline. That begs the question. What are the specific reasons why this increase has occurred?

A lot of the finger-pointing is directed at local councils...

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International Pest Control – May/June 2019 – Vol 61, Nr.3
2019-06-13 15:44 UTC

Cover image:- Fall Armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda. Picture by USGS Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab, Beltsville, Maryland, USA.

Creating refuges for wildlife around fields is not uncommon in the UK and around the world but for these strips to be of value they need a diversity of plant species growing in them. Apparently, they are all too often...

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Company Profile…PronixNova Ltd: Experience, innovation, customer care, product support
2019-06-13 15:15 UTC

A new, innovative, customer and operator focused manufacturer of global vector pest management equipment has arrived: PronixNova Limited. Between them, the two proprietors of PronixNova have over 75 years combined experience in fine droplet application methods covering field use, product design and manufacture.

Following the take-over of Curtis...

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Any beer will do as slugs reject Cava
2019-06-13 14:09 UTC

A nationwide experiment carried out in the UK has revealed that the old myth of slugs being attracted to beer is in fact true, with lager and bitter proving to be the most effective drinks for successfully trapping those pesky garden pests.

Up and down the country members of horticultural charity, Garden Organic, have been testing slug trapping...

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International News in Brief – Company news
2019-06-13 14:03 UTC

  • Staff changes at ICB Pharma

Krzysztof Pekala – Head of Pest Innovations. Photo: ICB Pharma

ICB Pharma has announced it has a new Head of Pest Innovations Department; after one and a half years as the Head of Marketing, Krzysztof Pekala has taken on the additional responsibilities of this new role. The company’s strategy...

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2nd International Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge
2019-06-13 13:58 UTC

Wageningen University & Research (WUR) and Tencent, will organise the 2nd International Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge in which multidisciplinary teams from around the world will use artificial intelligence to remotely produce vegetables. The goal is to explore how artificial intelligence (AI) can produce greenhouse grown vegetables more...

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Bee-saving vote delayed two years
2019-06-13 13:48 UTC

On the eve of a Europe-wide day of action calling for the European Commission to protect bees from harmful pesticides, the Commission announced it will delay the implementation of new pesticide testing standards by a full two years and may revise them.

SumOfUs, a movement of consumers setup to hold corporations accountable for their actions, has...

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California state glyphosate trial
2019-06-13 13:38 UTC

Bayer is disappointed with the jury’s decision in favour of Mr. and Mrs Pilliod, the plaintiffs, in the Californian Courts and it has announced that it will appeal the verdict, which Bayer claims conflicts directly with; the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s interim registration review decision released just last month; the...

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Not all weeds are equal
2019-06-13 12:57 UTC

Wildlife friendly refuges around the edges of farmers’ crops have been credited with slowing biodiversity declines, however, new research shows their success ultimately depends on what’s growing next to the field.

Recent reported increases in some crop pollinating insects suggested the upturn was due to more UK farms creating these...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-06-09
2019-06-09 04:00 UTC

  1. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - First Visit to Squirrel Hill
  2. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3529726/When-wasps-ATTACK-Experts-reveal-evil-insects-target-avoid-stung-killing-one-cause-army-swarm.html
  3. Simple innovation for killing mosquito eggs
  4. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Attempt on the...

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10 Steps to Take for Bed Bugs on Clothes
2019-06-07 20:30 UTC

Very few situations are more frustrating or stressful than an infestation of bed bugs. They can be incredibly hard to remove from your home and possessions. They spread everywhere, but, one of the things people struggle with most is bed bugs on clothes. If you have ever faced this experience – or are worried that you might –...

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Handbook of Diseases of Banana, Abacá and Enset
2019-06-06 14:59 UTC

Handbook of Diseases of Banana, Abacá and Enset

December 2018
Hardback
632 Pages
ISBN 9781780647197

This book provides a comprehensive guide to the large number of diseases, disorders and injuries that can cause severe economic losses to banana, abacá and enset crops, and the fungi, bacteria, phytoplasmas, viruses,...

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Agriculture for Improved Nutrition: Seizing the Momentum
2019-06-06 13:38 UTC

Agriculture for Improved Nutrition: Seizing the Momentum

January 2019
Hardback & Open Access eBook
232 Pages
ISBN 9781786399311

Agriculture's vast potential to improve nutrition is just beginning to be tapped. New ideas, research, and initiatives developed over the past decade have created an opportunity for reimagining and...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-06-02
2019-06-02 04:00 UTC

  1. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3529726/When-wasps-ATTACK-Experts-reveal-evil-insects-target-avoid-stung-killing-one-cause-army-swarm.html
  2. international-pest-control.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/IPC_JulAug16_p202_203_What-is-resistance...N_Blaszkowicz_page1_image1.jpg
  3. ...

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How to Get Rid of Mice in the Walls
2019-05-30 10:20 UTC

Mice find human residencies just as appealing as we do. They are perfect for hiding away from the colder temperatures of winter. They also provide protection from hot conditions during summer. One place in your home that’s particularly attractive to mice is the inside of your property’s walls. As mice can spread disease, chew at...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-05-26
2019-05-26 04:00 UTC

  1. international-pest-control.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/photo-of-BioConsortia-R-D-team-gathering-around-to-see-latest-microbial-discovery-under-microscope.jpg
  2. Lumnia: LED Fly Killer Range | Rentokil
  3. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Rat Shooting - Run Rabbit Run
  4. ...

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How Cockroach Food Poisoning Destroys Business
2019-05-22 16:37 UTC

Pests of all shapes and sizes spell trouble for business. There’s no denying this fact. However, there is one insect pest that, more than any other, can spell disaster for a business. Particularly a business involved in the storage, use, preparation or even cooking of food. That pest is cockroaches. Not only are they grotesque creatures...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-05-19
2019-05-19 04:00 UTC

  1. Where Do Wasps Go During Winter?
  2. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3529726/When-wasps-ATTACK-Experts-reveal-evil-insects-target-avoid-stung-killing-one-cause-army-swarm.html
  3. The role of pesticides in the SE Asian rice IPM: A view from the Mekong Delta
  4. Bed bugs
  5. www.attic-rat.com/repellent.html

Damage Squirrels Can Do: House & Garden
2019-05-15 16:06 UTC

Squirrels…who could possibly hate squirrels? They are clever, cute and cuddly looking. But that’s only if you look at them from a wildlife lover‘s point of view. From the point of view of a homeowner and someone who spends a lot of money and time in their garden, squirrels can be a menace. The interesting thing is that, while...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-05-12
2019-05-12 04:00 UTC

  1. www.empirepestcontrol.co.uk/common-vegetable-garden-pests
  2. bit.ly/2qPMW3s
  3. INFOGRAPHIC: Top 5 Pest Control Myths Set Straight
  4. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2329911/Cockroaches-quickly-lose-sweet-tooth-survive-study-shows-Roaches-evolve-aversion-glucose-commonly-traps.html
  5. ...

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Best Fly Prevention and Control Products
2019-05-07 13:17 UTC

As we head towards the warmer weather, flies start to become a big problem. And as temperatures rise, fly prevention and control becomes even more necessary that usual. As well as being plain irritating with the way they buzz around, they can also pose health and safety risks. As you probably know, flies carry a multitude of diseases and bacteria...

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Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Bruv's out with the ATN X Sight 2
2019-05-06 11:35 UTC

Weekly Top Posts: 2019-05-05
2019-05-05 04:00 UTC

  1. Benefits Of Choosing a BPCA Accredited Company
  2. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3529726/When-wasps-ATTACK-Experts-reveal-evil-insects-target-avoid-stung-killing-one-cause-army-swarm.html
  3. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Rat Shooting - Run Rabbit Run
  4. Assessing the Optimum Droplet Size for Controlling Dubas Bug on Date Palm...

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Professional Pest Proofing Methods
2019-04-29 18:59 UTC

Pest infestations are a real problem for both commercial and domestic property owners alike. Empire use effective ways to get rid of pests once they’ve invaded your property. But, because infestations can be avoided with preventative measures, we also provide highly successful pest proofing methods as part of our range of services.

The...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-04-28
2019-04-28 04:00 UTC

  1. www.crru.ie
  2. www.cabi.org/bookshop/book/9781845938178
  3. Lumnia: LED Fly Killer Range | Rentokil
  4. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Rat Shooting - Run Rabbit Run
  5. Types Of Rats In The UK

Benefits Of Choosing a BPCA Accredited Company
2019-04-22 20:27 UTC

When the need to hire a pest control service arises, it’s important to carry out thorough research. There are various things you need to consider, such as the cost, their experience and methods. One thing you need to look at is whether, like Empire, they are properly accredited by organisations like the British Pest Control Association. Why...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-04-21
2019-04-21 04:00 UTC

  1. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3529726/When-wasps-ATTACK-Experts-reveal-evil-insects-target-avoid-stung-killing-one-cause-army-swarm.html
  2. Hassle-Free rodent control for professional pest control
  3. How to control and prevent pests on a building site
  4. Bed bugs
  5. www.attic-rat.com/repellent.html

Hotel Pest Control: How It Affects The Hospitality Industry
2019-04-14 19:34 UTC

In the hospitality industry, more than any other service area, pest control is crucial. The hospitality industry is very competitive, and there are a lot of hotel and dining options available for customers to choose from. It takes a long time for a good reputation to be built up. And, once it’s earned, it is extremely valuable. The problem...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-04-14
2019-04-14 04:00 UTC

  1. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3529726/When-wasps-ATTACK-Experts-reveal-evil-insects-target-avoid-stung-killing-one-cause-army-swarm.html
  2. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Rat Shooting - Run Rabbit Run
  3. Insecticide Treated Bednets for Malaria Control
  4. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Bruv is Watching You
  5. ...

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International Pest Control – March/April 2019 – Vol 61, Nr.2
2019-04-10 17:02 UTC

Cover image: NEWPHARM® is the focus of our company profile this issue.

We don’t get many articles on animal health so it’s good to start this issue with news of an infectious diseases surveillance program in sub-Saharan Africa which aims to build a database of animal parasites covering six countries.

Tea plantations are the...

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Company Profile…NEWPHARM®: Novel integrated pest management solutions
2019-04-10 15:14 UTC

NEWPHARM® management, the founder Dr. Bagarollo with his daughter Claudia and his son Enrico.

The founder, chairman and CEO of NEWPHARM®, Dr. Dionisio Bagarollo, describes the transformation of his company, as the second generation of the Bagarollo family successfully take over the top management of NEWPHARM®.

Dr....

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Company news – MarApr19 part1
2019-04-08 01:01 UTC

  • New products for the Italian market

New equipment for the control of viruses, bacteria and weeds are on their way from Copyr. The company has partnered with IGEBA for the exclusive distribution of nebulisers in the Italian market.

With over 50 years of consolidated experience and R&D of insecticide formulation, Copyr has turned to...

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Company news – MarApr19 part2
2019-04-08 00:57 UTC

  • STK & Sipcam announce exclusive distribution agreement

CEOs: Sipcam CEO Pablo Montañés (Left) and STK CEO Arye Tenenbaum (Right)

STK bio-ag technologies, the innovative Israel-based leader in bio-ag technologies for sustainable agriculture, and Sipcam, a global leader in crop protection products, are announcing an...

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Advice from the Space Station
2019-04-07 23:14 UTC

Farmers irrigating their crops may soon be getting some help from space. In 2018, scientists launched ECOSTRESS, a new instrument now attached to the International Space Station. Its mission: to gather data on how plants use water across the world.

Time lapse image of the ECOSTRESS launch to the International Space Station, June 29, 2018, NASA...

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Smartphone app is the farmer’s newest weapon in crop protection
2019-04-07 22:56 UTC

Scientists are creating a new smartphone app to help farmers and growers tackle the pests destroying their crops, and it could soon have a major impact on the way information about the natural world is gathered, stored and accessed worldwide.

The team of researchers from the University of Lincoln, UK, is designing and building the specialist app to...

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Facts About Ants Working Together
2019-04-07 22:16 UTC

As much as ants are a pest, they can be intriguing creatures. And when it comes to team work, there are some fascinating facts about ants working together. They really are an incredibly intelligent insect.

Understanding how ants work together might even help you prevent an ant problem. If you have seen ants in your home, considering their...

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DNA scan crop failure solution is a UK first
2019-04-07 18:49 UTC

In a UK first, a pioneering scientific research company has introduced a new way for growers to test their plants and crops for harmful fungi and bacteria, allowing action to be taken before it’s too late.

Eurofins Agro UK has introduced scientific testing to the UK which can detect an issue before it becomes visible, with the aim of...

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Hands on course on arthropods
2019-04-07 18:40 UTC

The Parasitology and Entomology team at the National Veterinary School of Toulouse, France, is organising an entomology course which will be held from the 26th to 30th of August 2019.

The title of the course will be: “Hands on Course on Arthropods of Medical and Veterinary Significance: A global perspective, from theory to practice”,...

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Natural weapon used by marigolds
2019-04-07 17:26 UTC

Scientists have revealed for the first time the natural weapon used by marigolds to protect tomato plants against destructive whiteflies.

Researchers from Newcastle University’s School of Natural and Environmental Sciences carried out a study to prove what gardeners around the world have known for generations – marigolds repel tomato...

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First ever plantain resistant to banana streak virus
2019-04-07 17:22 UTC

Using the gene editing tool CRISPR, a team of scientists at the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) has announced that they have developed banana and plantain varieties that are resistant to banana streak virus (BSV). BSV is hampering the crop’s production in Africa and threatening the food and income of millions of...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-04-07
2019-04-07 04:00 UTC

  1. Keeping Your London Home And Business Cockroach Free
  2. INFOGRAPHIC: Guide To Safe Bed Bug Mattress Disposal
  3. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rat Shooting - Some Short Sessions
  4. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Attempt on the Family Record Pt 1
  5. www.empirepestcontrol.co.uk/how-to-deter-foxes
...

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The first isopropanol-azole is introduced to the market
2019-04-04 15:49 UTC

Farmers face many challenges in managing their farms profitably, including fewer products available to address increasing resistance. This reduction stems from steadily tightening regulations and the difficulty of finding new active ingredients. BASF’s fungicide innovation Revysol® is the first isopropanol-azole being introduced to the...

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More sustainable tea production in India
2019-04-04 15:32 UTC

CABI scientists have revealed that India’s tea – which accounts for around 27 percent of the world’s tea production – could be protected from devastating crop pests with more environmentally friendly and sustainable biological controls rather than an over reliance on pesticides.

As part of research funded by Unilever and...

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New sub-Saharan infectious disease surveillance program
2019-04-04 14:25 UTC

Project Team

Members of the scientific project team, from left to right: Dr Tayebwa Dickson (Uganda), Dr Ortwin Aschenborn (Namibia), Dr Foluke Adedayo Akande (Nigeria), Emeritus Professor Michael J. Day (UK, Project Leader), Dr Sherry Johnson (Ghana), Dr Jahashi Nzalawahe (Tanzania) and Professor Samuel Githigia (Kenya). Photo: Bayer AG

The African Small...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-03-31
2019-03-31 04:00 UTC

  1. Lumnia: LED Fly Killer Range | Rentokil
  2. INFOGRAPHIC: Commercial Pest Control Contracts
  3. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3529726/When-wasps-ATTACK-Experts-reveal-evil-insects-target-avoid-stung-killing-one-cause-army-swarm.html
  4. Channel Intro Vid
  5. Squirrel Hunting - 4 Squirrels Again Slo Mo

Types Of Pest Control Used In The UK
2019-03-30 19:00 UTC

There is nothing worse in life than finding a pest infestation in your home or business. Pests are disgusting to have around, and they can actually do a lot of damage to your property as well. We are very lucky to have so many different types of pest control available to us in the UK. Our homes and businesses don’t have to suffer from pest...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-03-24
2019-03-24 04:00 UTC

  1. Bed Bug Life Cycle Explained
  2. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Lethal Sessions
  3. What is resistance (and why does it matter?)
  4. Bed bugs
  5. 10 Facts About Rats That Will Surprise You

Pigeon Problems And Our Top Expert Solutions
2019-03-23 14:53 UTC

Even the most avid bird enthusiasts aren’t usually very keen on pigeons. Pigeon simply cause too many problems. These problems are tricky to solve for UK homeowners, and can cause no end of issues for business owners. This is because pigeons can wreak havoc and damage our properties. Read on to find out about our top expert pigeon...

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Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Bruv and Grant Double Session
2019-03-19 15:48 UTC

Weekly Top Posts: 2019-03-17
2019-03-17 04:00 UTC

  1. Cockroaches – Are They Adapting To Climate Change?
  2. international-pest-control.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/IPC-JanFeb17_Cover_001.jpg
  3. www.attic-rat.com/repellent.html
  4. www.empirepestcontrol.co.uk/tips-on-cleaning-the-kitchen
  5. Insecticide Treated Bednets for Malaria Control

Our Top 10 Interesting Facts About Rats
2019-03-15 17:34 UTC

Many people keep rats as a pet, but for the majority of Londoners they are often our least favourite rodent. Despite this, some facts about rats are quite intriguing, as they are fascinating and intelligent creatures. This is one of the reasons why Empire do our best to control them humanely. Where possible, we set traps and bait stations that...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-03-10
2019-03-10 05:00 UTC

  1. Cockroaches – Are They Adapting To Climate Change?
  2. www.cabi.org/bookshop/book/9781780643786
  3. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3529726/When-wasps-ATTACK-Experts-reveal-evil-insects-target-avoid-stung-killing-one-cause-army-swarm.html
  4. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Rat Shooting - Run Rabbit Run
  5. Assessing the Optimum...

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Can Mouse Pheromones Research Offer New Control Solutions?
2019-03-08 20:29 UTC

Mice can be a big problem. Not only because they bring with them diseases, viruses, and bacteria – they leave droppings too, which make your home feel dirty. But pesticides are not always the best solution for us or the environment. Could the latest research into mouse pheromones be the answer?

Mice also are very hard to unseat and can ruin...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-03-03
2019-03-03 05:00 UTC

  1. Best London Rodent Control – Poison Or Traps?
  2. www.cabi.org/bookshop/book/9781780643786
  3. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Pigeon Shooting - A Collection of Outings.
  4. Ant Species UK Guide
  5. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Two Boxing Day Outings

Does Classroom Clutter Attract Pests In Schools?
2019-02-28 00:37 UTC

Schools by their nature are prone to clutter. Boxes, papers, posters and books are all used by teachers and tend to pile up. The use of these learning materials is great for our children, but in storage areas that are left undisturbed for long periods of time a pest control issue can occur. This and other forms of clutter are just some of the...

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The Benefits Of Choosing Green Pest Control
2019-02-26 23:30 UTC

because they are non-toxic. Whether it’s in our homes or our businesses, it seems like a constant battle to keep pests away. People all over the UK struggle to prevent them from damaging our property. And when faced with a severe pest problem, it’s often our first point of call to turn to services that offer chemicals as the only...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-02-24
2019-02-24 05:00 UTC

  1. Insecticide Treated Bednets for Malaria Control
  2. Where Do Wasps Go During Winter?
  3. International Pest Control – January/February 2018 – Vol 60, Nr.1
  4. International Pest Control – November/December 2017 – Vol 59, Nr.6
  5. ...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-02-17
2019-02-17 05:00 UTC

  1. www.crru.ie
  2. Could Bird Detritus Be Blocking Your Gutters?
  3. international-pest-control.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/IPC-JanFeb17_Cover_001.jpg
  4. www.attic-rat.com/repellent.html
  5. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rat Shooting - ATN Spotter First Outing

How To Avoid Insect Bites On Winter Sun Breaks
2019-02-14 18:14 UTC

Winter may be the perfect time to travel. The UK weather has become a bit tedious by the time February rolls around. But whether you’re having a half term break with the kids or are just escaping the cold for some sun, every location you visit will have one thing in common…insects!

Depending on where you visit, you will experience...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-02-10
2019-02-10 05:00 UTC

  1. INFOGRAPHIC: Top 5 Pest Control Myths Set Straight
  2. Could Bird Detritus Be Blocking Your Gutters?
  3. How To Get Rid Of Woodlice In The Garden
  4. Lumnia: LED Fly Killer Range | Rentokil
  5. What Noises Do Rats Make To Communicate?

How To Stop Foxes Digging In Your Garden
2019-02-06 22:47 UTC

The fox is known as one of the most cunning pests. Usually sighted in towns and cities, it’s our UK gardens that take the hit. It’s important to keep in mind that wild animals can be dangerous, but foxes are generally docile. That doesn’t mean we want them ruining our gardens, the same as other common garden pests. So here we...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-02-03
2019-02-03 05:00 UTC

  1. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Rat Shooting - Run Rabbit Run
  2. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Attempt on the Family Record Pt 1
  3. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting and Trapping - Last Vid of 2016
  4. home.howstuffworks.com/community-living/apartments/5-tips-keep-ants-away-pets.htm
  5. Bed bugs

Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - A Message for Subscribers.
2019-02-01 16:45 UTC

Striped bodypainting protects against horseflies
2019-01-30 22:31 UTC

A study by researchers from Sweden and Hungary has shown that white, painted stripes on the body protect skin from insect bites. Among indigenous peoples who wear body-paint, the markings thus provide a certain protection against insect-borne diseases.

Most indigenous communities who paint their bodies live in areas where there is an abundance of...

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Hyperspectral drones the main attraction
2019-01-30 22:10 UTC

Drones Synergies 2018, a global conference combined with capacity building workshops took place in November 2018 at the Zayed University in Dubai. The aim of the two-day event was to see application of latest drone technologies in different fields, particularly in precision agriculture, food security, environmental and natural resource...

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Small farmer support
2019-01-30 21:43 UTC

The project, in Rajasthan, aims to conserve water and improve productivity. Photo: Bayer

Bayer and the S M Sehgal Foundation (SMSF) – a non-profit organisation supporting smallholder farmers in India – have announced the “Sustainability of Agriculture and Smallholder Development” project. The aim of the project is to...

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Uzbekistan declared malaria free
2019-01-30 21:23 UTC

When Uzbekistan earned WHO certification as malaria free, it was a major achievement in global health that demonstrates what is possible when partners coordinate preventive efforts, the Global Fund said today.

“It’s an extraordinary outcome,” said Peter Sands, Executive Director of the Global Fund. “We applaud...

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MEPs propose blueprint to improve Eu approval procedure
2019-01-30 21:07 UTC

An insect capable of parasitising the Asian stink bug has been identified by Bioplanet. It is not an exotic antagonist but is already present in Europe and therefore it does not need to go through all the processes required before an exotic species can be introduced.

Long-term toxicity should be taken into account during authorisation...

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First international berry seminar
2019-01-30 20:33 UTC

 In October 2018 Biobest Mexico was proud to stage the first International Berry Seminar in the state of Jalisco – right at the heart of this rapidly growing sector in Mexican horticulture. In this region, berry cultivation takes place on more than 6,000ha. Major international companies – including Driscoll´s and Hortifrut...

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France says no to metam-sodium
2019-01-30 20:17 UTC

Plant protection products containing metam-sodium are used in market gardening and horticulture to disinfect the soil. Following the substance’s approval at European level, ANSES (the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety) reassessed the dossiers and notified the companies concerned of its intention to...

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The persistence of pesticides threatens European soils
2019-01-30 20:08 UTC

A study by researchers from the Diverfarming project has found pesticide residues in the soils of eleven European countries in six different cropping systems.

The use of phytosanitary projects to combat weeds and other pests that affect the crops has led to an increase in the productivity of European agricultural crops in the last 50 years. Their...

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Sustainable bananas in greenhouses: first ‘Dutch bananas’ harvested
2019-01-30 19:44 UTC

Researchers from Wageningen University & Research harvested the first ever Dutch bananas in December 2018. Boerenhart, a supplier of fresh and local products offered the bananas as ‘regional produce’ to restaurants and hospitals in the area around Wageningen. The cultivation took place on two types of synthetic soil substrate:...

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WHO pre-qualification for Fludora™ Fusion to combat malaria
2019-01-30 19:32 UTC

Malaria is a disease which still has a devastating impact on families and communities – particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa. Photo: Bayer

The recent WHO Malaria Report 2018 flagged another stalling in the progress towards elimination of the disease, in part due to development of insecticide resistance in vector mosquitoes to current...

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What To Do If You Find A False Widow Spider
2019-01-30 00:07 UTC

The lookalikes of the infamous, deadly Black Widow Spider are their cousins, the False Widow Spider. While these spiders are venomous and can pack a very painful bite, they’re no more dangerous that being stung by a wasp. These spiders are also non-aggressive. Here we are going to look at some top tips for controlling the UK False Widow...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-01-27
2019-01-27 05:00 UTC

  1. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3529726/When-wasps-ATTACK-Experts-reveal-evil-insects-target-avoid-stung-killing-one-cause-army-swarm.html
  2. www.empirepestcontrol.co.uk/common-vegetable-garden-pests
  3. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Rat Shooting - Run Rabbit Run
  4. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Attempt on...

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Would A No Deal Brexit Affect UK Pest Chemicals?
2019-01-22 00:44 UTC

A no deal scenario when the UK leaves the EU means that it will leave without agreement. Negotiations have been going on for a while. In the event of a no deal, the government has prepared us for all eventualities to know what to do when it comes to UK pest control chemicals. A lot of people have been asking about pesticides and...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-01-20
2019-01-20 05:00 UTC

  1. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Attempt on the Family Record Pt 1
  2. Assessing the Optimum Droplet Size for Controlling Dubas Bug on Date Palm in the Sultanate of Oman When Applying an Insecticide Spray from an Aircraft
  3. rsc.li/2aJw7Pv
  4. Insecticide Treated Bednets for Malaria Control
  5. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rat...

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Is Pest Control Necessary In Winter?
2019-01-14 00:21 UTC

Many people assume that the answer to is pest control necessary in winter is no. It’s a common misconception that in the winter, pests all die off or hibernate so we no longer need pest control. This is absolutely not the case. The truth is, the answer to the confusion over winter pest control – is yes, it is needed.

In the cold months...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-01-13
2019-01-13 05:00 UTC

  1. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Rat Shooting - Run Rabbit Run
  2. Bed Bug Life Cycle Explained
  3. www.cabi.org/bookshop/book/9781845938178
  4. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3529726/When-wasps-ATTACK-Experts-reveal-evil-insects-target-avoid-stung-killing-one-cause-army-swarm.html
  5. Hassle-Free rodent control for professional pest...

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Mice Infestation Health Risks UK
2019-01-06 23:51 UTC

As if staying healthy during the winter months isn’t hard enough, especially with the common cold and flu doing the rounds, you don’t need something bothersome to add to the list. Unfortunately, one thing many people don’t think about at this time of the year are mice infestation health risks. These mice infestation health...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2019-01-06
2019-01-06 05:00 UTC

  1. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - First Visit to Squirrel Hill
  2. how-to-get-rid-of-mice.com/facts-about-mice
  3. 10 Facts About Rats That Will Surprise You
  4. Ways Technology Helps Combat Pests
  5. LED - UV-Fliegenfallen

5 Easy New Year’s Pest Control Solutions 2019
2018-12-31 22:29 UTC

It’s very easy to get cynical about New Year’s resolutions. Just about everybody makes a goal, but they normally fizzle out by February. There’s a reason people still make resolutions every year though, especially when it comes to pest control solutions. That’s because they are a good idea. It’s proven that...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2018-12-30
2018-12-30 05:00 UTC

  1. The future evolution of pest control
  2. international-pest-control.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/IPC-JanFeb17_Cover_001.jpg
  3. Winter Pest Control Tips You Can Start Now
  4. Pest Control Ilford IG1
  5. Bed bugs

Weekly Top Posts: 2018-12-23
2018-12-23 05:00 UTC

  1. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Rat Shooting - Run Rabbit Run
  2. international-pest-control.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/IPC-JanFeb17_Cover_001.jpg
  3. INFOGRAPHIC: Commercial Pest Control Contracts
  4. The Manual of Biocontrol Agents (5th Edition)
  5. What Do Foxes Not Like That Repels Them?

The future evolution of pest control
2018-12-21 14:05 UTC

IoP® sensor

Organized pest control has a long history that dates to 4000 BC when the first ever pest control solution – sulphur – was used in ancient Sumer to keep insects away from crops. Since then, pest control has seen steady progress, from botanical products used as fungicides for seed treatments in China, to professional...

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The 12 Winter Pests Of Christmas
2018-12-20 22:27 UTC

How is your to-do list for Christmas coming along? We know ours is getting longer and longer. With travel plans to make, gifts to buy and meals to plan, winter pests are the last thing you want to worry about. Here are the 12 signs you may to watch out for as we head into Christmas. Remember that pest solutions are still available from Empire even...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2018-12-16
2018-12-16 05:00 UTC

  1. www.attic-rat.com/repellent.html
  2. Insecticide Treated Bednets for Malaria Control
  3. www.empirepestcontrol.co.uk/tips-on-cleaning-the-kitchen
  4. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel and Rat Shooting - ATN Thermal Sessions
  5. Urban Pest Control

Do Wasps Hibernate Inside Houses?
2018-12-10 22:22 UTC

When winter hits us, we often assume that insects either die off or stay in their nests to hibernate. This is certainly not the case and knowing: do wasps hibernate inside our homes? is important to keep your property safe from infestations.

 

Where And When Do Wasps Hibernate?

So now you know that wasps do hibernate, it’s time to...

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Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Assault on Squirrel Hill Pt 8
2018-12-09 22:12 UTC

Weekly Top Posts: 2018-12-09
2018-12-09 05:00 UTC

  1. www.crru.ie
  2. INFOGRAPHIC: Guide To Safe Bed Bug Mattress Disposal
  3. www.empirepestcontrol.co.uk/tips-on-cleaning-the-kitchen
  4. Lumnia: LED Fly Killer Range | Rentokil
  5. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3529726/When-wasps-ATTACK-Experts-reveal-evil-insects-target-avoid-stung-killing-one-cause-army-swarm.html
...

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International Pest Control – November/December 2018 – Vol 60, Nr.6
2018-12-08 15:42 UTC

Cover Image: A bumblebee hard at work protecting a strawberry from grey mould (p330).
Picture by Flying Doctors, Biobest.

Crystal ball gazing is the theme for this issue, the last of our 60th year. We haven’t asked our writers to look 60 years into the future – 2078 is just too far ahead although I’m pretty certain I...

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International news in brief – November/December 2018
2018-12-07 15:23 UTC

  • Europe’s largest flow-through mesocosm launches in Yorkshire

E-Flows mesocosm officially launches

Europe’s first fully flow-through, edge of field waterbody safety assessment facility has been opened by Kevin Hollinrake, UK Member of Parliament for Thirsk and Malton at an event in York, England. The E-Flows mesocosm is...

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Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Squirrel Hill Pt 7
2018-12-03 11:28 UTC

Weekly Top Posts: 2018-12-02
2018-12-02 05:00 UTC

  1. www.cabi.org/bookshop/book/9781845938178
  2. Banggood Kit - WF-717 Professional 1.8m Fancier Video Camera Camcorder Tripod Fluid Pan Head
  3. Types Of Rats In The UK
  4. Ant Species UK Guide
  5. Kit Video - ATN Thermal Spotter Overview

Where Do Insects Go In Winter?
2018-11-30 18:52 UTC

Now that the temperature is dropping, have you been wondering: where do insects go in winter? You may notice that certain pests tend to disappear in the colder months. It’s like magic. Suddenly you don’t have to worry about wasp nest control or cockroach infestations.

But maybe you are curious about where do insects go in winter....

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Weekly Top Posts: 2018-11-25
2018-11-25 05:00 UTC

  1. Opleiding Bedwantsenpreventie | Rentokil BE
  2. www.empirepestcontrol.co.uk/moth-control-london
  3. Lumnia: LED Fly Killer Range | Rentokil
  4. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - First Visit to Squirrel Hill
  5. ...

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Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Squirrel Hill Pt 6
2018-11-25 04:40 UTC

International Pest Control – September/October 2018 – Vol 60, Nr.5
2018-11-23 13:02 UTC

Cover Image: More on termites in this issue with the first part of a history of termite control and a look at the development of trapping techniques.
Picture by David Mora.

The theme of this issue is integrated pest management (IPM), a term that seems to have been around for many years but which, in practice, seemed to struggle to escape...

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Winter Pest Control Tips You Can Start Now
2018-11-22 18:41 UTC

Have you ever woken up to the sound of scurrying feet across your ceiling? Or maybe spotted some electrical wiring that’s been chewed through? If the answer is yes then you are definitely not alone. It’s happened to most homeowners at some point. Although summer is the time for pests, you should never let down your guard when the...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2018-11-18
2018-11-18 05:00 UTC

  1. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3529726/When-wasps-ATTACK-Experts-reveal-evil-insects-target-avoid-stung-killing-one-cause-army-swarm.html
  2. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Rat Shooting - Run Rabbit Run
  3. Simple innovation for killing mosquito eggs
  4. Elopak is enthousiast over myRentokil van Rentokil Pest Control.
  5. Insecticide...

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Are Silverfish Harmful To You Or Your Home?
2018-11-15 15:30 UTC

Have you ever moved something in your bathroom, only to have a few silverfish run out? These silver coloured creepy crawlies would make many people feel uneasy if you encounter them in your house. But are silverfish harmful to us or our homes? Learn more about silverfish here and what you can do about them. Silverfish can be very difficult to...

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Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Squirrel Hill Pt 5
2018-11-11 08:17 UTC

Weekly Top Posts: 2018-11-11
2018-11-11 05:00 UTC

  1. Keeping Your London Home And Business Cockroach Free
  2. Clothes Moth Prevention For Your Wardrobe
  3. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3529726/When-wasps-ATTACK-Experts-reveal-evil-insects-target-avoid-stung-killing-one-cause-army-swarm.html
  4. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Rat Shooting - Run Rabbit Run
  5. Assessing the Optimum...

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Harlequin Ladybird UK Invasion: The Facts
2018-11-07 01:03 UTC

The recent harlequin ladybird UK invasion that has swept the nation has caused concern. Particularly in relation to the STD they carry. Let’s look at this infamous little insect in more details.

Ladybirds aren’t usually considered to be a common pest. They are the subject of beloved children’s nursery rhymes, and are often a...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2018-11-04
2018-11-04 04:00 UTC

  1. Lumnia: LED Fly Killer Range | Rentokil
  2. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - After 8
  3. Preliminary tests to validate the effectiveness of the Inpest pheromone dispenser patch
  4. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rat Shooting - More Thermal Ratting
  5. World Mosquito Day 2018

International news in brief: Company News
2018-11-01 17:33 UTC

  • APC joins Staphyt group

Agchem Project Consulting (APC) has joined the Staphyt group to grow the group’s regulatory capabilities for companies dealing with agrochemicals, biocides and general chemicals.

Founded in 2001 by Steve Shires, APC has 23 employees and collaborates with a large network of consultants around the world....

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International news in brief: People in Pest Control
2018-11-01 17:27 UTC

  • New independent director at Crop Enhancement

Crop Enhancement Inc., a venture-backed agriculture technology corporation based in San Jose, California, has appointed Marcus Meadows-Smith to its board of directors. Mr. Meadows-Smith will assist the management team with the development of business models and go-to-market strategies that...

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International news in brief – September/October 2018
2018-11-01 16:33 UTC

  • Registration of three new products

BASF has started the global registration initiatives for two new herbicide active ingredients. The company submitted the regulatory dossier for Luximo™ herbicide in the European Union (EU) and in Australia and for Tirexor™ herbicide in Australia as well. These steps are important milestones in expanding...

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Pest Control Ilford IG1
2018-11-01 10:59 UTC

24 hour Pest Control Whitechapel E1

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East London 24 hour Pest Control in Ilford

At Empire Pest Control Ilford IG1, our team of time honoured pest control officers have an unparalleled level of knowledge and experience, making us the foremost providers of 24 hour pest control in the East London area and throughout London. There is no type of pest...

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Climate Change And Pests: Effects Of Global Warming
2018-10-31 18:45 UTC

Climate change has been shown to be a factor that is accelerating damage caused by pests. The problem with climate change and pests is that the results can be widespread diseases, crop destruction, electrical damage and food safety issues.

Most pests are more prevalent in warmer climates. Climate change and pests is impacted by the increasing...

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Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - HELP
2018-10-28 05:30 UTC

Weekly Top Posts: 2018-10-28
2018-10-28 04:00 UTC

  1. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Rat Shooting - Run Rabbit Run
  2. Opleiding Bedwantsenpreventie | Rentokil BE
  3. Lumnia: LED Fly Killer Range | Rentokil
  4. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - First Visit to Squirrel Hill
  5. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Squirrel Hill Pt 3
...

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Pest Control Safety Precautions To Seriously Consider
2018-10-24 17:17 UTC

Pests like cockroaches, flies, rats and other insects can be a real problem in our home. Besides being really dirty, pests also carry diseases. Hiring a professional pest control firm should be your go to option if you are suffering from a residential pest control problem. Before and after treatment, there are some pest control safety...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2018-10-21
2018-10-21 04:00 UTC

  1. 10 Facts About Rats That Will Surprise You
  2. Why Do Summer Insects Come Indoors?
  3. River Blindness – A Neglected Disease Transmitted by Blackflies (Simulium spp.)
  4. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - 2016 Archive
  5. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Pigeon Shooting - A Collection of Outings.
...

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International Pest Control – July/August 2018 – Vol 60, Nr.4
2018-10-20 16:02 UTC

Cover Image: Dr Peter McEwen, CEO, i2LResearch, prepares himself for the ‘arm in the age’ mosquito repellent testing the company offers.
Photo taken by Lowis Llewelyn.

With the FAOPMA Pest Summit in September and NPMA PestWorld in October it was inevitable that this issue is focused on pest control. On a recent holiday to the...

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Autumn Home Improvements For Pest Proofing
2018-10-17 16:32 UTC

Although we’re experiencing a milder autumn than normal, the temperature has definitely dropped. This is why you need to maintain your home for pest proofing – to prevent common autumn pests from infesting.

Doing some pest proofing around your home will not only prevent pests from infesting, it also may save you some money in the long...

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Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Squirrel Hill Pt 4
2018-10-14 07:00 UTC

Weekly Top Posts: 2018-10-14
2018-10-14 04:00 UTC

  1. international-pest-control.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/IPC-JanFeb17_Cover_001.jpg
  2. 10 Facts About Rats That Will Surprise You
  3. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Squirrel Hill Pt 3
  4. ...

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False Widow Spider UK Alert Closes London Schools!
2018-10-10 23:09 UTC

At least ten London schools have so far been forced to temporarily close their doors to students and staff. The reason for these closures? A rampant false widow spider infestation. The false widow spider UK is one of the most venomous spiders we can have here. It is around a similar size to a 50p coin.

The false widow spider UK gets its name...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2018-10-07
2018-10-07 04:00 UTC

  1. home.howstuffworks.com/community-living/apartments/5-tips-keep-ants-away-pets.htm
  2. www.attic-rat.com/repellent.html
  3. bit.ly/2qPMW3s
  4. www.cabi.org/bookshop/book/9781845938178
  5. Squirrel Hunting - 4 Squirrels Again Slo Mo

INFOGRAPHIC: Commercial Pest Control Contracts
2018-10-03 21:20 UTC

We get so many questions from clients and visitors about the ins and outs of commercial pest control contracts. We wanted to put those down in print so as many people as possible can access the information. Following the popularity of our business contract protocols post, we decided to make an infographic on the subject for ease of viewing and...

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Guide To Pest Control In Food Businesses
2018-09-30 22:27 UTC

Food businesses are expected to actively control pests under UK laws. Pest control in food businesses is so important because of the food safety law and the health and safety law. There is also a duty of care to provide a safe employment for people in your business. This could be your employees, your customers, your contractors and other...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2018-09-30
2018-09-30 04:00 UTC

  1. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Rat Shooting - Run Rabbit Run
  2. Signs That You Have Mice
  3. international-pest-control.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/SepOct16_Cover_001.jpg
  4. international-pest-control.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/IPC-JanFeb17_Cover_001.jpg
  5. Channel Intro Vid

Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Squirrel Hill Pt 3
2018-09-30 03:41 UTC

Squirrel Damage To Homes: What Can Happen?
2018-09-23 20:53 UTC

You may not think about squirrels as a major pest, but squirrel damage to homes can have serious consequences. Repairing the damage they do can cost you a lot of money. Squirrels are quite strong and are a lot more destructive than they appear.

Squirrel damage to homes consists of the squirrel chewing on household materials. This could be...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2018-09-23
2018-09-23 04:00 UTC

  1. Lumnia fluefanger
  2. Bed Bug Life Cycle Explained
  3. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Lethal Sessions
  4. 10 Facts About Rats That Will Surprise You
  5. Why Do Summer Insects Come Indoors?

Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rat Shooting - In the Trees.
2018-09-16 06:55 UTC

Weekly Top Posts: 2018-09-16
2018-09-16 04:00 UTC

  1. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rat Shooting - Archive Bro Ratting
  2. Landmine Rats: A Heroic Side To A Common Pest
  3. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3529726/When-wasps-ATTACK-Experts-reveal-evil-insects-target-avoid-stung-killing-one-cause-army-swarm.html
  4. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Rat Shooting - Run Rabbit Run
  5. Pest...

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What Do Foxes Not Like That Repels Them?
2018-09-15 22:15 UTC

Do you have a problem with foxes visiting your garden on a regular basis? Knowing what do foxes not like may help you to repel them. Foxes love to chew, dig and poop all over our lawns. They also cause damage to our bins, hoses, flowers and lawns.

Foxes are fiercely territorial. So getting rid of one doesn’t mean another won’t move in...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2018-09-09
2018-09-09 04:00 UTC

  1. Elopak is enthousiast over myRentokil van Rentokil Pest Control.
  2. Could Bird Detritus Be Blocking Your Gutters?
  3. www.attic-rat.com/repellent.html
  4. INFOGRAPHIC: Pest Control Health And Safety
  5. Bed Bug Life Cycle Explained

10 Facts About Rats That Will Surprise You
2018-09-08 22:04 UTC

Rats may not be your favourite animal, unless you have one as a pet. In fact, many people are scared of rats. This particular pest makes them shudder and cringe. Just the thought of a rat being anywhere near your home or office may make you scared. In spite of rats bad reputations, they are actually quite interesting creatures. Not convinced?...

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Company Profile…i2LResearch – Contract Research Group
2018-09-03 16:52 UTC

Company background

i2LResearch is one of the leading product testing and development centres for the agrochemicals and household pesticides industry. Founded in 1989, the company has expanded and diversified from its roots to become a successful multi-site and multi-national player in the Contract Research sector. Since spin-out from Cardiff...

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Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Squirrel Hill Pt 2
2018-09-02 04:11 UTC

Weekly Top Posts: 2018-09-02
2018-09-02 04:00 UTC

  1. international-pest-control.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/IPC-JanFeb17_Cover_001.jpg
  2. Business Pest Control Protocols
  3. www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3529726/When-wasps-ATTACK-Experts-reveal-evil-insects-target-avoid-stung-killing-one-cause-army-swarm.html
  4. Pest Control with Air Rifles - Rabbit and Rat Shooting - Run...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2018-08-26
2018-08-26 04:00 UTC

  1. Insecticide Treated Bednets for Malaria Control
  2. INFOGRAPHIC: Top 5 Pest Control Myths Set Straight
  3. Keeping Your London Home And Business Cockroach Free
  4. Urban pest management: an environmental perspective
  5. Types Of Rats In The UK

Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - First Visit to Squirrel Hill
2018-08-19 10:52 UTC

Pest Control with Air Rifles - Squirrel Shooting - Big Blue feeder
2018-08-05 03:43 UTC

Pest Control - 0203-826-8694
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