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AIB, RK Announce 2014 IPM for Food Plants Seminar

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The 2014 IPM for Food Plants Seminar is scheduled for June 4-5, 2014, at The Hershey Lodge, Hershey, Pa.

| January 10, 2014


AIB and RK Pest Management are bringing together the experts in the industry to share their knowledge with those interested in improving understanding of science-based pest management strategies and advancing their programs.  The 2014 IPM for Food Plants Seminar is scheduled for June 4-5, 2014, at The Hershey Lodge, Hershey, Pa. (717-533-3311).
Speakers include:
    Pat Brown - Rite-Aid Corporation
    Dan Collins - Collins Pest Management
    Joseph Corby - Association of Food & Drug Officials
    Raj Hulsare - Temp-Air
    Richard Kammerling - RK Pest Management Services
    Dr. Steve Kells - University of Minnesota
    Kim Kemp - Nestlé Purina
    Bill Pursley - AIB International
    Larry Schaumburger - Frito-Lay North America
    Rod Wheeler - AIB International
 

For more information visit https://secure.aibonline.org/php/ecomm-catalog.php?catalogNbr=06-8106&site#!
 

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