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Order the PCT Technician’s Handbook, 4th Edition, today for a special pre-publication price of $14.95. Written by Richard Kramer, this handy resource provides pest management professionals with immediate access to the most important identification and management information for 100 commonly encountered pests.

| September 10, 2012

Order the PCT Technician’s Handbook, 4th Edition, today for a special pre-publication price of $14.95. Written by Richard Kramer, this handy resource provides pest management professionals with immediate access to the most important identification and management information for 100 commonly encountered pests.

Use this essential guide to pest identification and managment as a training manual and as a field resource. The 340-page handbook includes:

·         Chapters on IPM, Inspection & Monitoring, Identification & Control, Equipment, and Safety

·         Two-page Pest Profiles for 100 major pests

·         Pest Management Case Studies

·         Taxonomic Key

·         Full-color Pest Identification Guide

 **For orders of ten or more copies, the price will be adjusted to $12.95 per copy when the order is processed at the PCT Bookstore.

Click here for more information and to order.

 

 

 

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