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The New York Entomological Society, Inc.

Incorporating the Brooklyn Entomological Society

American Museum of Natural History

Central Park West at 79th Street

New York, New York 10024

Phone: 212.769.5613   Fax: 212.769.5277

Email: nyes@amnh.org    Web: www.nyentsoc.org

Speaker:

Richard Falco, Ph.D., Regional Medical Entomologist

New York State Department of Health

Presentation:

“The Summer of 2015: Will it be a hot one?

Predicting tick and mosquito activity in the New York area”

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This years New York Pest Expo is going to be the best yet! Our line up of speakers is outstanding as is our collection of exhibitors. Here’s a sneak peek at two more of our esteemed speakers. Keep checking back for more introductions and details on our exhibitors. 

Once again we will be hearing from Dr. Bill Robinson, B&G Equipment. Dr. Robinson will be presenting Tracking Insecticide Use: Avoiding waste, the under-application and over-application of pesticides through the proper use, maintenance and calibration of modern equipment. Employing tracking technology when using sprayers, foggers, dusters and bait guns.

Dr. Bill Robinson is the Technical Director of B&G Equipment Company. He has served as a Professor and Director of the Urban Pest Control Research Center at Virginia Polytechnic Institute. He is also a Visiting Professor at Zhejiang University, China. Dr. Robinson is the author of over 200 papers in scientific and trade journals in the U.S., Europe and Asia. His most recent book Service Technician’s Field Manual, was published in 2011.

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Just in case you didn’t know, Bug Off Pest Control Center is hosting its annual New York Pest Expo on 11-11-11! The Expo is the event of the year. We have outstanding speakers and an incredible array of exhibitors sharing their knowledge and products.  Meet one of our speakers, Louis Sorkin, BCE, Entsult Associates, Inc.  He’ll be presenting Bugs, Bugs and More Bugs: A Look at True Bugs,” a study of true bugs, members of the insect order Hemiptera. Learn basic identification skills and proper handling techniques.

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