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Dates, Speakers Announced for Nebraska Urban Pest Management Conference

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The 20th annual Nebraska Urban Pest Management Conference will be held Feb. 14-15, at the Cornhusker-Marriott Hotel in Lincoln, Neb.

| December 9, 2011

LINCOLN — The 20th annual Nebraska Urban Pest Management Conference will be held Feb. 14-15, at the Cornhusker-Marriott Hotel in Lincoln, Neb. The conference is sponsored by the Nebraska Cooperative Extension Division University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the Nebraska State Pest Control Association and is for professionals In:
Household/Structural Pest Management
Stored Grain Pest Management
Food Processing Pest Management
Public Health Pest Management
Residential/Commercial Pest Management
Schools/City/County Pest Control
Real Estate/Termite Inspections
Pests - Health Care/Nursing Homes/Hospitals
Childcare Centers - Pest Management
Click here to download a brochure containing registration and hotel information

Speakers and topics include:
Dr. Gary Bennett — Cockroaches, Ants and Bed Bugs
Dr. James Campbell — Stored Grain and Food Product Pests
Mr. Mark Christenson — Pesticide Certification
Dr. Robert (Bobby) Corrigan — Rodent Management
Dr. Roberto Cortinas — Ticks and Public Health Related Pests
Dr. Tim Creger — Nebraska Pesticide Laws and Regulations
Dr. Bob Davis — Hiring/Training Technicians and General Pest Control
Dr. Joseph DeMark — Updates - Vikane Fumigation and Termite Baits
Mr. Dennis Ferraro — Vertebrate Pests and Wood Destroying Insects
Dr. Nicola Gallagher — Pitfalls in Termite Biology
Mr. Gene Harrington — Government Regulations and the Pest Control Industry
Mr. Jerry Heath — Grain Protectants and Fumigation Management Plan
Dr. Scott Hygnstrom — Update on Rodenticides
Dr. Thomas Janousek — Mosquito Management
Dr. Shripat Kamble — Persistence of Termiticides in Soil
Dr. Michael Merchant — Ants, Spiders and Bed Bugs
Dr. Dini Miller — Insecticide Resistance - Bed Bugs and Cockroaches
Dr. Barbara Ogg — Be Ready for Emerging Pest Problems
Mr. Clyde Ogg — Pesticide Safety
Mr. Bill Pursley — Pest Control in Food Processing Operations
Dr. Stephen Vantassel — Human Health - Birds and Rodents
Mr. Gene White — Managing Pest Control in Sensitive Facilities

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