As pest professionals you have to be the expert for your customers on all pests and all product options. But where do pest professionals go to get their education?
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With the simplicity of one product but the versatility of two active ingredients and two modes of action, Tandem® insecticide from Syngenta offers a variety of unique features and benefits to maximize your pest control services. Its ZC formulation combines a capsule suspension of lambda-cyhalothrin with a suspension concentrate of thiamethoxam, which provides flexible, long-lasting control.
Pest Management Professionals (PMPs) are highly trained technicians, designed to problem solve at any account and in every type of environment. Often, PMPs must use a variety of solutions to knock down rodent populations, and the same approach isn’t always effective. This is why it is crucial to have as many tools in the toolbox as possible and to service accounts with a tailored approach.
The PelGar 6 Step Rodent Control Plan outlines a complete rodent control program, which involves understanding the different types of rodent bait and selecting the correct bait, how baits work, and where they should be placed to get the maximum effectiveness.
Pest management professionals (PMPs) across the country trust Demand® CS insecticide from Syngenta to deliver effective, long-lasting pest control that keeps customers satisfied. Dial Environmental in East Hanover, New Jersey, exclusively uses Demand CS for its mosquito and tick services and has seen continuous success.
Insects such as cluster flies, boxelder bugs, elm leaf beetles and Multicolored Asian Lady Beetles (MALB) are common overwintering pests. As temperatures cool in the fall, these insects are attracted to warm temperatures found on exterior walls exposed to the sun. They often occur suddenly in large numbers.