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ASPCRO and NPMA Release PMP Rodent Control Use Survey

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The Association of Structural Pest Control Regulatory Officials and National Pest Management Association collaborated on a comprehensive rodent control use survey.

| January 17, 2013

In an effort to better understand how PMPs typically perform rodent control, what products they use, where they use them, and related questions, the Association of Structural Pest Control Regulatory Officials (ASPCRO) and National Pest Management Association (NPMA) again partnered on an industry survey.  Close to 300 PMPs responded to the survey which was conducted last Fall.  To see a copy of the results click here.  For more information, contact Bonnie Rabe at BRabe@nmda.nmsu.edu or Bob Rosenberg at rosenberg@pestworld.org



 

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