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Researchers Identify Natural Plant Compounds That Work Against Insects


An international team of scientists, including Alexander Raikhel at the University of California, Riverside, has investigated in detail how juvenile hormone acts and has devised a method to prevent its working. More

UF/IFAS Mosquito-Feeding Study May Help Stem Viruses


Mosquitoes bite male birds nearly twice as often as they bite females, a finding that may help scientists understand how to stem some viruses from spreading to humans, new University of Florida research shows. More

Researchers Study Why Some Mosquitoes Carry Malaria Better Than Others


A new genetic assessment has revealed why certain species of mosquitoes are better at transmitting malaria than even their close relatives. More

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Environmental Pest Service Expands to Orlando

The company, formerly Arrow Environmental Holdings, closed seven merger deals in December.

McCloud Aquatics Has New Owner; Relocates HQ

Phil McCloud purchased the company from his brother, Chris. The company also relocated its headquarters to Elburn, Ill.

Mosquito Joe Holds its Largest Training Event to Date

Forty new franchisees attended training at the Mosquito Joe headquarters in Virginia Beach, Va.

Ants Being Studied for Ability to Handle Traffic

In an NPR interview, physicist Apoorva Nagar discussed how he thinks studying ants reveal clues to reducing highway traffic jams.

Technicide Introduces Techni-Baiter System

The Techni-Baiter baiting system is a product that service professionals can use to save on bending and kneeling.