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The 21st annual Nebraska Urban Pest Management Conference will be held Feb. 12-13, at the Cornhusker-Marriott Hotel in Lincoln, Neb.

| November 30, 2012

LINCOLN,Neb. — The 21st annual Nebraska Urban Pest Management Conference will be held Feb. 12-13, at the Cornhusker-Marriott Hotel in Lincoln, Neb. The conference is sponsored by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources and the Nebraska Pest Control Assocition in cooperation with the Nebraska Department of Agriculture.

It is intended for professionals in:
Household/Structural Pest Management
Stored Grain Pest Management
Food Processing Pest Management
Public Health Pest Management
Residential/Commercial Pest Management
Schools/City/County Pest Control
Real Estate/Termite Inspections
Pests - Health Care/Nursing Homes/Hospitals
Childcare Centers - Pest Management
 
Click here to download a brochure containing registration and hotel information

Dr. Gary Braness Cockroach and Fly Baits, Pyrethroid Label Changes
Dr. James Campbell Stored Grain and Food Product Pests
Dr. Roberto Cortinas Ticks and Public Health Related Pests
Mr. Tim Creger Nebraska Pesticide Laws and Regulations
Dr. Mustapha Debboun Insect Repellents and Army Pest Control Contracts
Dr. Joseph DeMark Vikane Fumigation Update
Dr. William Donahue Bed Bugs - Insecticide Efficacy and Resistance
Mr. Dennis Ferraro Rodents and Wood Destroying Insects
Dr. Nicola Gallagher New Termiticides and Termite Biology
Ms. Gail Getty Bed Bugs and Termites
Dr. Roger Gold Business Ethics, Obligations and Future Technology
Mr. Jerry Heath Grain Protectants and Fumigation Management Plan
Dr. Scott Hygnstrom Update on Rodenticides
Dr. Thomas Janousek Mosquito Management
Mr. James Kalisch Importance of Accurate Arthropod Identification
Dr. Stuart Mitchell Public Health Pest Control and Handling Lawsuits
Dr. Barbara Ogg Bed Bugs - What is New?
Mr. Clyde Ogg Pesticide Safety
Dr. Michael Rust Nuisance Ants, Cockroaches and Termites
Dr. Michael Scharf New Technology to Control Cockroaches and Termites
Dr. Justin Schmidt Biology of Stinging Insects and Carpenter Ants
Dr. Stephen Vantassel Human Health - Bats, Birds and Rodents
Mr. Jack Watkins Termite Baits -- What is Available?
 

 

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