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Experts on Bed Bug and Stink Bugs to Speak at Thursday's NJPMA Fall Conference

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Rick Cooper of Cooper Pest Solutions, Lawrenceville, N.J., will discuss the challenge of bed bug control and Dr. George Hamilton, chairman of the Rutgers University Department of Entomology will discuss the outbreak of stink bugs throughout the northeast.

| September 27, 2010

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -Among the experts addressing members of the New Jersey Pest Management Association at its annual fall conference on Thursday, Sept. 30, will be two nationally recognized authorities on bed bugs and stink bugs..

Rick Cooper of Cooper Pest Solutions, Lawrenceville, N.J., will discuss the challenge of bed bug control and Dr. George Hamilton, chairman of the Rutgers University Department of Entomology will discuss the outbreak of stink bugs throughout the northeast.
The full day’s conference will address topics that include rodent, wildlife, and bird control as well.
Questions regarding the conference should be addressed to Leonard Douglen at (800) 524-9942 or NJPCAssoc@aol.com.

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