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Category Archives: Industry Insight for Pest Control Professionals

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Bats in the Belfry: Home Bat Control Tips

Bats

The deBugged blog fills you in on everything you need to know about home bat infestations and provides some tips to keep in mind in case bats enter your property.

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Brown Marmorated Stink Bug 101

Stink Bug 101

Get to know the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug, why the pest is becoming a major nuisance in the U.S.. and how homeowners can remedy as well as prevent infestations.

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The Brown Rat: Quite The Intelligent Threat

The common brown rat (Rattus norvegicus- also referred to as the Norway rat or sewer rat) is a highly destructive mammalian pest found in and around rural and urban settings.

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3 Non-Native Birds That Are Not Federally Protected

Non-Native Pest Birds Not Federally Protected

The deBugged blog examines three non-native birds that are not federally protected in the United States and are considered pests.

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Two Days in Reading: Technician Training Experience

Tech Training Class Rentokil

Like most July days, the two days spent at Ehrlich in Reading were no different than any other. The three H’s (hazy, hot and humid) were present along with the 17 technicians in training,  two PhD level entomologists, and a salesman from Omaha. The later three were the course instructors entrusted to lead a class [...]

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