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Reader Poll: Customer Inquiries About Pest Control and Bee Health

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The current question asks: Have you ever had anyone question/confront you about pest control and the declining bee population?

Brad Harbison | February 25, 2014

PCT keeps a pulse on the pest control industry with timely reader poll questions. The current question asks: Have you ever had anyone question/confront you about pest control and the declining bee population?

Click here to vote in the poll. Discuss this topic on PCT's Message Board or on PCT's Facebook page.

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