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Participate in a Free Webinar: Spiders

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Hosted by the PCT Media Group and sponsored by Bayer, the event will take place on Thursday, October 14, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time).

PCT Magazine | November 19, 2009

Pest management professionals may be spending time reading the headlines about bed bugs, ants and cockroaches, but another pest group is a perennial complaint generator: spiders. Join PCT for an informative webinar on spider biology and integrated management. Learn how to approach spider infestations using IPM techniques from renowned industry consultant Austin Frishman and Joe Barile, technical service lead, Bayer Environmental Science. Basic biology, behavior and management tips will be presented during this webinar.

CLICK HERE to register!

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