Are bed bug issues becoming more prevalent? Can a tool like an electric duster help? Across the country, bed bug issues are increasing in frequency and intensity. Fortunately, the Exacticide electric duster is an outstanding solution for your clients.
Have you heard? PestWorld 2016 is right around the corner! Will you be joining us in Seattle, Washington from October 18 – 21? If so, be sure to stop by and visit us at Booth #1001.
This year, your friends at Technicide will have been proudly attending one of our industry’s most important trade shows for 30 years. The fact is, our products stand the test of time and we are proud to be entering our third decade exhibiting at this vital show.
We’re also proud to announce that we will be having a drawing at our booth for an Exacticide Applicator Kit. Stop by and put your name in! We’ll also be offering daily special offers on all of our products. You won’t want to miss these.
Every year, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) brings thousands of pest management professionals together from all across the planet. For three days we get to discover new opportunities and products, share information and discover new technologies, all arrayed across a massive 100,000 square-foot exhibit hall. This is where valuable networking gets done and critical partnerships are made.
Are you an owner or manager of a pest management company? Perhaps you are a technician, sales rep, manufacturer or distributor. However you touch our industry, if you aren’t at PestWorld 2016 meeting colleagues, researchers, educators, students and vendors, you’re missing out.
For more information, or to download the NPMA Events Mobile app, click or tap here. Not yet registered? Follow this link for online registration. Don’t forget to join your friends at Technicide, Booth #1001 and we’ll see you there!
Your customers want to be confident that when they turn their pest concerns over to you that you are going to use the best elimination and prevention technology available today. In short they want the confidence that you are going to eliminates their pest concerns, and not put them a risk.
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Summer is in full swing, which means one thing: ants. It’s likely you’ve been getting calls to deal with these pesky insects. Fortunately, researchers have come a little closer to understanding their behavior, and determining how these creatures behave and communicate.
Researchers at Arizona State University’s School of Life Sciences published a new study examining how the ant “pecking order” shakes out. Did you know that ants exhibit dueling behavior within their colonies, but that it isn’t always a single individual who wins out?
What the researchers were trying to determine was whether or not there is a way for ants to express aggression without it resulting in a winner and a loser. Through the use of a computer model, they were able to make an interesting determination regarding the social structure of the Indian jumping ants.
In these ants, when the colony’s queen dies, the female workers begin a series of ritual fights to determine who the next queen will be. While fierce, the duels rarely result in actual physical injury to the ant. By the time the ritual concludes, a group of around 10 workers will establish their dominance over the rest and essentially become a ruling council of queens over the rest of the colony. The researchers referred to these groups at “gamergates.”
Not all ant colonies operate in such a fashion. Though more research must be done, the majority of ant societies rely on a top down pecking order where a single individual holds sway over all others.
Will we find other, more fascinating methods of ant communication as we continue to study individual species? Only time, and more research, will tell.