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Termite Academy to be Held in New Orleans Nov. 2-4

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The 3rd annual City of New Orleans and the Greater New Orleans Pest Control Association Termite Academy will be held Nov. 2-4, at the USDA-ARS Building.

| September 23, 2010

The 3rd annual City of New Orleans and the Greater New Orleans Pest Control Association Termite Academy will be held Nov. 2-4, at:

USDA-ARS Building
1100 Robert E. Lee Blvd.
New Orleans, LA 70124

Highlights include:

  • Comprehensive and in-depth information regarding Formosan subterranean termite identification and management.
  • Place emphasis on field training and insect identification.
  • In order to provide hands-on training, the class size is limited.
  • Includes presentations by industry leaders and university experts.

For more information or to register:

The City of New Orleans
Phone: 504-658-2400
Fax: 504-658-2405
Email:
mosquitocontrol@cityofno.com

 

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