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Video: A Historical Look at New Orleans’ Formosan Termite Problems

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David Fincannon, A-All Pest Termite Exterminators, interviews several industry experts, including Dennis Ring (pictured) about the history of New Orleans’ Formosan termites.

| February 16, 2010

David Fincannon, A-All Pest Termite Exterminators, Dallas, Texas, provided the following excerpt, which is episode 7 of his series "Exterminators...a History of Urban Pest Management in the USA." In this excerpt, Fincannon interviews several industry experts about the history of New Orleans’ Formosan termites.

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