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Insects Limited Seminar Set for Early December

The company’s one-day continuing education seminar will focus on fumigation.

| November 11, 2010

WESTFIELD, IND. – Insects Limited, Inc. will be holding a Continuing Education Seminar on December 8, 2010 in Westfield, Ind. The one-day educational program is offered to those wishing to improve their fumigation knowledge. The seminar will include a discussion of Fumigation Research at Purdue University; Sulfuryl Fluoride Fumigant Review; Spiders, Fungus Feeders, Psocids, and Mites; Reducing Customer Complaints in Stored Products; Rodent Control Update; and Pest Management Advances.

Continuing education credits have been applied for in the following states: Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio.

Insects Limited has been a provider of continuing education for 30 years. Program organizer David Mueller stated, “Sharing our experiences and knowledge is how we all get better.”

Visit www.insectslimited.com for further information regarding upcoming training sessions or contact Insects Limited at 800/992-1991 to register.
 

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