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IPM for Food Plants Seminar Announced

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AIB and RK Pest Management are hosting an IPM for Food Plants Seminar, June 4-5, in Hershey, Pa.

| February 28, 2013

AIB and RK Pest Management will be hosting an IPM for Food Plants Seminar, June 4-5, in Hershey, Pa.

The Hershey Lodge
325 University Dr
Hershey, PA 17033 US
717-533-3311

Speakers include:   
Bruce Achterman - U-Trap-It
Dr. Robert Corrigan - RMC Pest Management Consulting
Richard Kammerling - RK Pest Management Services
Kim Kemp - Nestlé Purina
Dave Nardolilli, B.C.E - BASF PCS
Kurt Reichart - Western Fumigation
Larry Schaumburger - Frito-Lay North America
Al St. Cyr - AIB International

For more information visit https://secure.aibonline.org/php/ecomm-catalog.php?catalogNbr=06-8106&site or contact pestpro@rkchemical.com or call (631) 421-1120;

 

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