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PCT Podcast: Bobby Corrigan Discusses Biomonitoring for Rodents

Rodents & Mice

Corrigan, president of RMC Pest Management Consulting, Richmond, Ind., authored the August PCT feature Biomonitoring for Rodents, which examined how non-toxic rodent monitoring bait blocks can help bolster IPM programs, reduce callbacks and provide another dimension of service. Corrigan provides additional insights on this topic and also discusses some of his recent rodent work in New York City in the following podcast.

Brad Harbison | August 27, 2010

Bobby Corrigan, president of RMC Pest Management Consulting, Richmond, Ind., authored the August PCT feature Biomonitoring for Rodents, which examined how non-toxic rodent monitoring bait blocks can help bolster IPM programs, reduce callbacks and provide another dimension of service. Corrigan provides additional insights on this topic and also discusses some of his recent rodent work in New York City in the following podcast.

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