Posts Tagged ‘Rodent control’

 

Monark SB contains 0.005% of the second-generation anticoagulant difenacoum. The only difenacoum soft bait in America. Monark soft bait is formulated using a blend of high-quality culinary-grade wheat flour, chopped grain and soft lard to produce a palatable bait that is attractive to both rats and mice. Because it doesn’t contain any allergens, it can be used in sensitive areas such as food processing facilities. Soft baits remain pliable even in freezing temperatures. Monark Soft Bait is available in 16-lb buckets of 480 x 15g sachets.

 

Temporary Personal Safety Items

Economy, adjustable face shield flips up. Don’t forget to remove the protective film for a crystal-clear view. Only $6.00 – No limit. (more…)

 

FiberTrap, a micro-technology company based in Holbrook, NY,  has granted an Authorized Distributorship to New-York-City-based Bug Off Pest Control Center for the sale of FiberTrap bed bug monitors. The FiberTrap monitor uses microfiber technology that mimics the architectures of a multi-direction spider web to ensnare bed bug legs. Bed bugs are drawn to the trap by its design and color, as well as by the use of proprietary lures. Each trap measures 3″ X 2 1/2″ X 3/4″. The product is made entirely from recycled materials and contains no chemicals. The product may be used for pre- and post-bed bug treatment as well as for ongoing preventative monitoring.

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As we prepare to close the year out we are given an opportunity to share once more all the moments from this past New York Pest Expo where our theme was “Honoring Our Warriors”. Thanks to the team at Pest Management Professional Magazine for this great article. Marty Whitford and Danielle Pesta captured some great photos and highlight special moments from our speakers, exhibitors, and the Young Marine Color Guard. We’re looking forward to next year!

 

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The Pest Management Career Training Course

 

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On November 9, 2018, Bug Off Pest Control Center hosted the 16th annual New York Pest Expo. This years theme, Transitions. In the article below, our friends at Pest Management Professional
Magazine help to describe the event and the meaning of the theme. 
We had over 400 people in attendance. For those of you who couldn’t join us, we hope you’ll make next years event. But in the meantime, enjoy this article and let us know if you have any questions. 

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