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Video: Stoy Hedges Reviews Some of the New Features in the 10th Edition Mallis Handbook

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Hedges, who served as editorial director of the newly released Mallis Handbook of Pest Control, 10th Edition, reviews some of the important changes and enhancements to this essential pest control industry resource.

| December 9, 2011

Terminix’s Stoy Hedges, who served as editorial director of the newly released Mallis Handbook of Pest Control, 10th Edition, reviews some of the important changes and enhancements to this essential pest control industry resource.

Written in easy-to-understand language, the Mallis Handbook of Pest Control features more than 1,000 photographs and insect illustrations, including comprehensive insect keys and a special 70 page, color photo identification series.

The publication includes 24 chapters written by 27 of today's leading entomologists, consultants, pest management professionals and researchers. The Mallis Handbook of Pest Control, 10th Edition, can be purchased from the PCT Bookstore or by calling 800/456-0707. 

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