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  • Mon Sep 23 2013

    Formulations Make a Difference

    What does rain do to bifenthrin after it has been applied and has dried?
    Submitted by Granvel, AZ

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  • Fri Sep 20 2013

    Dust Can Beat Water

    Upon inspecting a school cafeteria, I located a major infestation of American roaches down one floor drain, but they were using adjoining lines to other floor drains as a highway. There was plenty of food build up in the drains and we cleaned out what we had access to. I felt they needed some type of chemical treatment besides drain cleaner. Due to the location and that the floor is washed o...
    Submitted by stan, AL

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  • Thu Sep 19 2013

    LEED Away from Lights

    Spiders have attached themselves to the exterior of a newly constructed 18 story office building. The building is on a lakefront with a nearby river. The building is LEED Silver. The exterior facade is granite, steel, and glass with lots of edges, corners, gaps and voids. The spiders are feeding on the insects that are attracted to the lights that are on the exterior and the lights that are...
    Submitted by John, OH

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  • Wed Sep 18 2013

    In the Trenches

    I am having a debate with a coworker regarding the language on the Termidor label. Although we do fill our trenches after applying the product for termite work, I made the argument that the label suggests this "should" be done, rather than making it a required practice where they "must" be filled in. What are your thoughts?
    Submitted by Stephanie, FL

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  • Tue Sep 17 2013

    Forked Tails

    I have a 157-foot yacht with 12 staterooms, each of which has its own air handling system in the headliner. I have collected two different bugs that appear to be coming from the AC. One is a fungus beetle and the other, I believe, is the order Protura. Have you ever known these insects to live in a moist area (each unit has a drip pan which hasn't been cleaned in years) or will they only liv...
    Submitted by Michele, RI

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  • Mon Sep 16 2013

    Not a Beatles Fan

    What is the best way to control Japanese beetle larva in a residential lawn?
    Submitted by Jerome, CA

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  • Fri Sep 13 2013

    A Peacock of a Problem

    I have a customer that has peacocks all around his property and also a fire ant problem. His birds don't have cages or an enclosure to place them in while we do a treatment. Is there a bait I can use that would not be harmful to these birds?
    Submitted by Rico, FL

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  • Thu Sep 12 2013

    Ants Aren't Agoraphobic

    What is the best product for ants inside the home?
    Submitted by Louis, FL

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  • Wed Sep 11 2013

    Throwing Shade

    What would be the best outdoor treatment for cat fleas at an apartment complex? Not having control of human or pet traffic is my biggest issue.
    Submitted by Joshua, IN

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  • Tue Sep 10 2013

    It's Not in Their Nature

    Does Avert cuase American roaches to flush out of hiding places?
    Submitted by David, CA

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  • Mon Sep 9 2013

    There’s a List for That

    Is there a list of materials that can be used in an organic plant? I have searched the OMRI site and it is very limited. I am hoping there are more materials that can be used on the sites.
    Submitted by Debbie, CA

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  • Fri Sep 6 2013

    What Whiteflies Don't Eat

    Do you know of any trees in South Flordia that seem to be more resistant to whitefly infestations than the gumbo limbo or ficus?
    Submitted by Tara, FL

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  • Thu Sep 5 2013

    What's in a Name?

    What is the mode of action for Invader from FMC?
    Submitted by David, WI

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  • Wed Sep 4 2013

    Yum! Leftovers from Months Ago!

    What is the lifespan of a cockroach bait gel when it is placed in an area? Is it active as long as it is moist?
    Submitted by Jodi

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  • Tue Sep 3 2013

    Worker’s Comp for Roach Bite?

    We have an employee at an office building claiming that she has a bite from an American cockroach. This person put in for workers comp! Is it possible for an American roach to bite a human? And if they can bite, what problems could come from that? Is there any information I can reference for the customer?
    Submitted by David, CA

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  • Fri Aug 30 2013

    A Rat Eat Rat World

    Do rodents eat each other?
    Submitted by Jodi

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  • Thu Aug 29 2013

    Take Your Time

    We have a fruit packing plant that has a terrible fruit fly issue. They had grapes brought in from the fields that had fruit flies all in them. There are fans constantly blowing in the facility and we have asked them to lower the temp down to 37 degrees. What else can we do to eliminate the fruit fly issue inside this facility?
    Submitted by Kevin, GA

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  • Wed Aug 28 2013

    Bag ‘em Up!

    What do you recommend for servicing libraries for bed bugs? Bed bugs are being brought in on returned books, movies and patrons.
    Submitted by Bob, IN

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  • Tue Aug 27 2013

    Sure! Why not?

    Can tracking powder be used in schools for Norway rat control?
    Submitted by tim, ME

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  • Mon Aug 26 2013

    How Inaccessible Should Inaccessible Be?

    Under Maine law, rodenticide stations in schools need to be placed in areas inaccessible to students. Are locked and anchored rodent stations placed in halls considered to be inaccessible in your opinion? In mine, they are not. Such areas would be inaccessible voids, wall voids, areas behind locked doors, etc.
    Submitted by tim, ME

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