Cockroach control remains one of the industry’s most important market segments, driving service calls and sales revenues for PMPs throughout North America and around the globe. While the German cockroach remains one of the top pests in commercial kitchens and multi-family housing, peridomestic species are becoming more prevalent in many markets. To address the latest trends and treatment techniques for both commonly encountered and not-so-commonly encountered cockroaches, PCT is proud to announce a half-day virtual event dedicated to these ubiquitous pests.
In Cockroach Control: Next-Level Learnings, attendees will have an opportunity to learn from some of the leading educators in the field, as well as from PMPs who are shaping the future of cockroach control.
The all-star speaker faculty includes Dr. Dini Miller, a professor of urban pest management at Virginia Tech University; Stoy Hedges, editorial director of the Mallis Handbook of Pest Control, and author of the soon-to-be-published PCT Cockroach Field Guide; Chad Gore, entomologist and market technical director for Rentokil North America; and Wade Wilson, technical director and Associate Certified Entomologist for Turner Pest Control.
Learn more online at http://cockroach control.pctonline.com.
Sessions and Speakers Include:
10 Most Common Mistakes PMPs Make When Servicing Multi-Family Accounts
Dr. Dini Miller, Professor, Urban Pest Management, Virginia Tech University
Advanced Techniques for Peridomestic Cockroaches
Chad Gore, Entomologist and Market Technical Director, Rentokil North America
Cockroach Control in Commercial Kitchens
Wade Wilson, Technical Director and Associate Certified Entomologist, Turner Pest Control
Advanced Cockroach ID & Real-World Case Histories
Stoy Hedges, Board Certified Entomologist and Owner & President, Stoy Pest Consulting