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NPMA PestWorld 2011 Offers Bed Bug Forum

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The optional Bed Bug Forum is free with PestWorld registration.

| July 1, 2011

Fairfax, Va. — On Wednesday, Oct. 19, NPMA will offer a Bed Bug Forum in conjunction with PestWorld 2011. PestWorld's Bed Bug Forum will provide the latest research, control techniques, and information on the legal implications to your business, NPMA reports.

Topics include:

  • History of Bed Bug Management Techniques by Dr. Michael Potter, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky.
  • Bed Bug Product Efficacy by Steve Dwinnel, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Tallahassee, Fla.; Kevin Sweeney, U.S. EPA (Invited), Washington, D.C.; Robin Todd, ICR, Baltimore, Md.
  • Bed Bug Legal Update: Protecting Your Business and Your Customers by Christian Hardigree, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV
  • Bed Bug Research Update by Dr. Stephen Kells, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minn.


The optional Bed Bug Forum is free with PestWorld registration. To register, click here. To view the complete program, click here.

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