Rodent Training Brought to Your Laptop

PCT’s Virtual Rodent Conference is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 6.

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Pest management professionals once again reported heavy rodent pressure this summer/early fall. Whether it was the result of COVID practices (e.g., continued popularity of outdoor dining) extreme weather conditions or problems with an aging infrastructure, rodents continued to thrive, underscoring the resilience of this market segment.

With the introduction of innovative new technologies, increased regulatory activity and cutting-edge rodent research, the rodent control market is as dynamic and profitable as ever. And with rodent control and public health continuing to generate headlines, all indications are the future for this market will remain strong.

Staying on top of the latest rodent control strategies and technology introductions — including new rodenticide formulations; IoT-based rodent monitoring systems; the latest advancements in trapping, etc. — can be a challenge. It’s for these reasons PCT has gathered some of the top rodent control experts in the U.S. to speak on cutting-edge topics for the PCT Virtual Rodent Conference on Tuesday, Dec. 6, from 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (EST).

If you are thinking about expanding your rodent control service offerings or learning more about new opportunities in the marketplace, you will not want to miss this event!


Rodent Control Market: An Overview

Speaker: Brad Harbison, lead news editor, PCT Media Group

Equipment Lay Downs vs. Assessment and Execution for Quality Rodent Control Services

Speaker: Dr. Bobby Corrigan, president, RMC Pest Management Consulting

Trapping, Baiting and the Use of New Technology

Speaker: Timmy Madere, director, City of New Orleans Mosquito, Termite and Rodent Control Board

Monitoring Rodents in Complex Indoor Environments

Speaker: Dr. Shannon Sked, director, Western Fumigation

On The Frontlines: A PMP’s Experiences Managing Heavy Rodent Infestations

Speaker: Galvin Murphy Jr., partner, Yankee Pest Control

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