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Bayer-Sponsored Webinar ‘Bed Bugs: Current Situation, Solutions & Answers’ to be Held June 17

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On June 17th at 2 pm (ET) PCT will be hosting a webinar titled “Bed Bugs: Current Situation, Solutions & Answers” that features Joe Barile, technical service lead at Bayer Environmental Science and Dr. Michael Potter from the University of Kentucky.

| June 4, 2010

On June 17th at 2 pm (ET) PCT will be hosting a webinar titled “Bed Bugs: Current Situation, Solutions & Answers” that features Joe Barile, technical service lead at Bayer Environmental Science and Dr. Michael Potter from the University of Kentucky. This webinar will focus on the control and prevention of bed bugs, a growing public health threat. The panel will share key insights on the recent bed bug resurgence and their influence on the pest management industry.  An extended Q&A session with Dr. Potter, one of the industry's leading bed bug experts, will answer all of your inquiries regarding this prolific pest.

Click here to register.

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