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NPMA, University of Kentucky Release Results of New Bed Bug Survey

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The "2011 Bugs Without Borders Survey" found that 99 percent of respondents encountered bed bug infestations in the past year. More than eight of out ten noted that bed bug infestations are increasing across the country.

| August 18, 2011

FAIRFAX, Va. —  This summer, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) and the University of Kentucky surveyed a nationwide sample of pest management professionals. This summary features the latest findings about the growing bed bug resurgence and references data from the 2010 Bugs Without Borders survey for year-over-year comparisons.

Click here to access the summary.

NPMA would like to thank the University of Kentucky, the Professional Pest Management Alliance, and the Pest Management Foundation for their support of this project.



 

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