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Video: A Historical Look at the Harrison Experimental Forest in Gulfport, Miss.

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In this video segment from David Fincannon A-All Pest Termite Exterminators, the history of the Harrison Experimental Forest Termiticide Research Station in Gulfport, Miss., is reviewed.

| April 2, 2010

In this video segment from David Fincannon A-All Pest Termite Exterminators, the history of the Harrison Experimental Forest Termiticide Research Station in Gulfport, Miss., is reviewed. Fincannon interviews Craig Bell of the U.S. Forest Service and Raymond Beal, longtime researcher at the station. Topics include: Military influence; Researchers since 1930; Various approaches used to test termiticides; Funding for the project; Reasons for the research and research protocol; The termite unit today.

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