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Zoëcon is asking PMPs to take a brief survey about their experiences with the Residential Training Module at IPMtraining.com.

| January 10, 2014

Zoëcon Professional Products recently launched the Residential Training Module at www.IPMtraining.com, a digital pest management resource developed for pest management professionals and product distributors. The website offers visitors facts about pests commonly found in a residential setting and suggests best practices to help PMPs address specific infestations and develop a customized Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program.

Zoëcon is asking PMPs to take a brief survey about their experiences with the Residential Training Module at IPMtraining.com. User feedback is critical to the continued development of this website.

Click here to take our survey at SurveyMonkey.com 



 

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