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Upcoming Webinar: Field Evaluations of Vapor Effects on Bed Bugs

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Learn about recent research conducted in the Virginia Tech Urban Entomology Laboratories in a free webinar presented by CIRKIL Rag in a Bag. The webinar takes place April 15, at 12 p.m. (EST)

| April 7, 2014

As the number and variety of bed bug management options continue to increase, it becomes a challenge to wade through all of the marketing claims.

Sign up for a free webinar scheduled for April 15 at 12 p.m. (EST) to learn about the most recent research conducted in the Virginia Tech Urban Entomology Laboratories, as well as field research from bed bug infested apartments, including if or how various products like prevention products and egg killers should be included in an IPM program for bed bugs.

Presented by CIRKIL Rag in a Bag.

Rag in a Bag  is a new protocol using CIRKIL RTU to effectively kill bed bug adults, nymphs and eggs in bagged clutter.  CIRKIL is an EPA registered bio-pesticide, made to National Organic Standards which uses cold pressed neem oil as the active ingredient.

CLICK HERE to register.


 

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