Category Archives: Public Housing IPM

2017 webinar series All Bugs Good and Bad starts Feb. 3

https://learn.extension.org/events/2300 The 2017 webinar series All Bugs Good and Bad starts this Friday. Please join us for this webinar series for information you can use about good and bad insects.  We used your feedback to bring topics that you suggested. … Continue reading

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Bed Bugs in Chicago: Expert Webinar Series starts Dec. 14

Bed Bugs in Chicago: Expert Webinar Series Click here for details.

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The National Forum on Climate and Pests videos released

The Northeastern Integrated Pest Management ( IPM) Center announces new videos available on its website and YouTube channel. The National Forum on Climate and Pests On Oct. 4–6, a group of the world’s experts presented and discussed the latest research … Continue reading

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Mosquitos and Ticks and Bed bugs, Oh My! Oct. 27 9 a.m. Eastern

Three scientists will present on the topic of insects that feed on humans—and in two of the three cases, carry serious diseases. The presentations on mosquitoes, ticks, and bed bugs will be given during a special session at the annual … Continue reading

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Global Bed Bug Summit 2016 set for Indianapolis

REGISTER NOW for Global Bed Bug Summit 2016! Nov. 30 – Dec. 2, 2016 Registration. Room Rates and Group Code To reserve your room for the Summit, please call 1-866-704-6162. Rates are $162 per night Don’t forget to mention group … Continue reading

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Research reveals the hows and whys of bed bug control

From IMP in the South by Rosemary Hallberg In StopPests IPM in Multifamily Housing Blog Since the U.S. bed bug  resurgence of the 1990’s, entomologists have been researching these elusive pests to better understand their behavior and improve control techniques. Despite … Continue reading

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Topics at this year’s National Conference of Urban Entomology

Posted in IPM in the South by Rosemary Hallberg Mike Merchant of Insects in the City gives the rundown of discussion topics during the National Conference of Urban Entomology, held in Albuquerque, New Mexico last week. We have included only the bullet … Continue reading

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Beg Bug workshop planned at University of Illinois

There is no charge for the workshop, but space is limited so interested attendees should register early.  To register for the workshop visit this website. This workshop is sponsored by USDA EPA Region 5 under the leadership of Seth Dibblee and … Continue reading

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PCT announces virtual bed bug conference

PCT magazine  announces the upcoming Virtual Bed Bug Conference, scheduled for April 13, from 1 to 5 p.m. (EST). Description: Bed bugs continue to keep phones ringing off the hook for pest control operators and this segment shows no signs of slowing … Continue reading

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Strategic pest control theme runs strong at Nebraska Urban Pest Management conference

Lincoln, Neb. — Preventing pests from entering buildings and structures – rather than trying to control them once they’re in – is a key message from the 24th annual Urban Pest Management conference in Lincoln. Also at the Feb. 9-10 … Continue reading

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