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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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  • Fri Aug 23 2013

    You Smell a Rat?

    I am in need of some advice on a serious pest control issue. Since the end of June, I have had a Norway rat in an elementary school that got in during ongoing construction. Doors were left open, etc. I prebaited for four nights and set traps for two weeks with no luck. There’s no infestation, no droppings found and no sightings. Only two stuffed animals torn apart for the pea filling and o...
    Submitted by tim, ME

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  • Thu Aug 22 2013

    Fleas or Flies?

    I have a customer that is complaining about getting bitten in the back yard. They have a dog and, about 2-3 months ago, I treated the back yard for fleas. All of the people complain about getting bitten, not just one person. I ask the customer if they have seen anything and they say no, but they get welts on their legs that really itch. Could this be midges or thrips?
    Submitted by Travis, AL

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  • Wed Aug 21 2013

    Unidentical Twins

    Can Asian cockroaches live inside for long periods of time? Do they stay inside all the time when they get inside a home and infest it or do they travel back and forth from the outside?
    Submitted by Robert, GA

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  • Tue Aug 20 2013

    Down and In

    The Verify bed bug monitor uses smooth walls to keep bed bugs in the pit. However, I also saw that bed bugs can climb glass. Which is correct? Can bed bugs climb very smooth surfaces like glass?
    Submitted by Harold, NY

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  • Mon Aug 19 2013

    Put Out the Pasture Fire

    What type of insecticide can be used in pasture grazing land for control of fire ants?
    Submitted by Todd, FL

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  • Fri Aug 16 2013

    Air Dry or Blow Dry, but Not Drip Dry

    On the label for Precor 2000 Plus, It says to "Vacate room after treatment, and ventilate until surfaces are dry before reoccupying." Should we be doing some sort of forced ventilation, or is just keeping people out until it is dry adequate?
    Submitted by Dennis, CA

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  • Thu Aug 15 2013

    Doctors Don't Know Everything

    Can a doctor/dermatologist determine that a bite on a person was caused by a bed bug?
    Submitted by Richard, NY

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  • Wed Aug 14 2013

    They Know Where the Dead Bodies Are

    I'm having some issues with flies in a restaurant and I'm looking for products and solutions. They are not drain flies...more like bottle flies.
    Submitted by Tony, FL

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  • Tue Aug 13 2013

    Always Know The Maximum

    Do you have any tips for measuring granular use? What do you think of the idea of not applying granular in shakers, but 1) estimating square footage to be covered, 2) scooping some granular into a cup and weighing it on a digital scale and 3) trying to stretch that amount properly to cover the treatment area? Do you know of any less time-consuming ways to get proper rate? Do labels literally ...
    Submitted by Christopher, FL

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  • Mon Aug 12 2013

    Now Is Not a Good Time

    Are my observations correct? When treating an ant trail that is moving eggs and larva, are the ants so regimented that they will not stop to take the bait?
    Submitted by Scott, KY

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