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Video: Richard Kramer Discusses PCT Technician’s Handbook

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Kramer, president of Innovative Pest Management and a PCT technical editor, discusses some of the important changes to the newly revised PCT Technician's Handbook.

| November 19, 2012

Richard Kramer, president of Innovative Pest Management and a PCT technical editor, discusses some of the important changes to the PCT Technician's Handbook, 4th Edition in the following video.

Earlier this year, PCT published the PCT Technician's Handbook, 4th Edition. The handy field guide was designed to provide pest management professionals with immediate access to the most important identification & management information for 100 commonly encountered pests. In the following video, Kramer discusses some of the important changes to the book, which can be ordered online here, or by phone at 800/456-0707.

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