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[Annual Ant Control Issue] Fatal Attraction
COVER FEATURE: ANT CONTROL ISSUE
The use of an attractant pheromone can maximize the impact of pesticide sprays targeting nuisance ants.
ANTS: Argentine ants are tiny pests that are a big nuisance
Hot, dry weather has ants invading homes, businesses and even the Entomology Building at UC Riverside.
The date for Urban Pest Management Conference 2015 is set as March 25th, 2015 (Wednesday). Please check our website again later this year or early next year to find out details regarding the educational event.
For the information, follow the link below:
Date: March 25, 2015
Time: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Sponsor: UCR Urban Entomology Program
How can termites, bed bugs and Argentine ants be effectively controlled? What are some of the new invasive pests in California? And what are some ways to address the rodent problem in suburban structures and landscapes? How to minimize the environmental impact while maximizing the effectiveness of pest control?
This one-day conference has been UCR urban entomology program's one of the most important outreach event for professionals in the pest control management industry and the public interested in these questions.
We have been providing continuing education credits from the California Structural Pest Control Board and the California Department of Pesticide Regulation. We expect to receive units for the following areas:
- Rules & Regulations
- Technical and/or General
- Laws and Regulations
More details will be available soon./span>
Here we are launching a second version of our laboratory website. We will soon update the website with most up-to-date information. I hope you will all enjoy the new look of the Choe laboratory website./span>