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Sponsored Podcast: Bayer ES’s Eric Lentz on Perimeter Pest Control

Pesticide Issues

Lentz, general insect control marketing manager at Bayer ES, discusses ways to control perimeter pests, a timely topic as these pests become more problematic during the fall.

| October 12, 2010

In a podcast sponsored Bayer Environmental Science, Eric Lentz, general insect control marketing manager at Bayer ES, discusses  ways to control perimeter pests, a timely topic as these pests become more problematic during the fall.

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One of the pests discussed in this podcast was spiders. Consultant Austin Frishman and Joe Barile, technical service lead, Bayer Environmental Science, will present a webinar hosted by PCT, this Thursday, Oct. 14, 2010 at 2 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time). The webinar will cover basic biology, behavior and management tips.CLICK HERE to register for the free webinar.

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