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Insects Limited Announces Upcoming Fumigation Training

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Insects Limited will be holding a series of continuing education training fumigation training courses in August 2010.

| July 21, 2010

Insects Limited will be holding a series of continuing education training fumigation training courses in August 2010.
Aug. 4 – Bloomington, Ill.
Aug. 5 DeKalb, Ill.
Aug. 10 – Findlay, Ohio

The agenda includes:

  • Insect identification/calculations
  • New phosphine label changes
  • Grain and popcorn bin fumigation
  • New technology for seed warehouses
  • Fumigant monitoring, application, respiratory safety, and more
     

If you would like to register or obtain additional information, please contact Kalah at k.schmitz@insectslimited.com or 800-992-1991.
 

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