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NPMA, ASPCRO Collecting Rodenticide Data From PMPs

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The Association of Structural Pest Control Regulatory Officials (ASPCRO) and the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) are collaborating on a survey to collect data about PMP uses of rodenticides.

| October 26, 2012

The Association of Structural Pest Control Regulatory Officials (ASPCRO) and the National Pest Management Association (NPMA)  are collaborating on a survey to collect data about PMP uses of rodenticides. Bonnie Rabe, the Director of the New Mexico Department of Agriculture's Division of Agricultural and Environmental Services and Chair of APCROs rodenticide committee urges PMPs to complete the survey because it "may be beneficial to decisions made about rodenticide products and their use."  The survey takes less than 5 minutes.  Click here to complete the survey.

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