February 6, 2018

Turf Fuel G™ and TS Pro™ Professional Turf Product Lines will Leverage the Latest Scotts’ Advancements in Turfgrass Management

January 22, 2018

The following interview with Target Specialty Product's President Todd Ferguson first appeared on

January 11, 2018

Time is tight for pest professionals, especially those overseeing so many different aspects of their business. At the same time the world of social media can be overwhelming.

January 10, 2018

Last month the National Pest Management Association conducted an important full day workshop in Crystal City, VA for employees of the EPA, at the Office of Pesticide Programs (OPP). The goal of the meeting was to educate attendees who are responsible for registration review as well as EPA reps from EFED, BEED, PRD and RD on pyrethroid use patterns in structural settings.

December 13, 2017

The Agreement Will Support Target Specialty Products’ Launch of New Products Powered by Scotts® PRO Technology and Developed Specifically for the Professional Turf Industry

December 8, 2017

By: Joe Barile, BCE, Technical Service Lead; PPM/Vector

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Winter is a time for holiday travel, comfort foods, dark beers……and German Cockroaches!

December 8, 2017

Annual Workshop Helps Pest Management Professionals Better Understand Human-Wildlife Conflicts for the Most Integrated Pest Management Practices

November 14, 2017

(Ambler, PA) -  Allergy Technologies, makers of ActiveGuard® Mattress Liners, announced details of their second series of Proactive Prevention Bed Bug Symposia

November 7, 2017

There are three components to ridding a rodent from your home or business that professional exterminators use to solve a problem quickly:

November 7, 2017

Life was good for the LeDune family back at the start of 2013. Mike’s pest management business, Mike’s Swat Team, was doing well and Mike was doing what he loved, helping people solve problems, pest problems. Meanwhile, Michelle’s career in property management was also going smoothly. Together Michelle and Mike’s plan was to sell the pest management business once their son had graduated from high school, which was still several years away. Everything seemed to be in place.