Posts Tagged ‘Gary Braness’

The following article was posted last week in the New York Times real estate section. We wanted to share it with you because it helps to shed light on our profession and how effective a well trained and educated pest control operator is. We think you’ll appreciate this article and may use it as a reference for your clients who think a home remedy will do the job.

The Pest Parade, and How to Stop It

By SAMANTHA STOREY

Published: May 17, 2012

IT has happened to everyone. You are standing in the kitchen and you see something out of the corner of an eye. Was it a mouse scurrying across the floor, or worse, a cockroach dashing along the counter?

Do you start feeling itchy every time an advertisement for a bedbug removal service comes on television?

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Thanks again to PCT Magazine for a great article. This article helps PCO’s understand how to best choose the right formulation. Of course, if you have any questions, ask us the next time you drop by the store or visit our Facebook page.

Here are some real-world tips on how to select the best insecticide formulation for the job.

Editor’s Note: This article is based on Gary Braness’ chapter “Insecticides & Pesticide Safety” from the recently published 10th Edition of the Mallis Handbook of Pest Control. For more information about the new Mallis book, visit www.mallishandbook.com.

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