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Video: How Recent Bee Deaths Impact the Structural Pest Control Industry

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Gene Harrington, NPMA Director of Government Affairs, discusses how the recent bee deaths in Oregon have impacted the structural pest control industry, including recent label changes. PCT explored this subject in our October cover story "Pollinator Primer: Why Bee Health Matters."

Brad Harbison | November 11, 2013

Gene Harrington, NPMA Director of Government Affairs, discusses how the recent bee deaths in Oregon have impacted the structural pest control industry, including recent label changes. PCT explored this subject in our October cover story "Pollinator Primer: Why Bee Health Matters."

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