Why should anyone listen to you, and how can you justify charging what you do? How do we therefore prove we are indeed professionals? We can show we have our qualifications, but what does this mean to the average person?
Before you roll your eyes and flip past this thinking this is another article beating Professional Pest Management over the head with a stick, then stop. Its not. What I want to ask however is this. What happens if our fears do come to pass? It is after all a constant anxiety for our industry. That fear that one day our luck will run dry and a decision will be made that stops us from being able to use rodenticides.
The latest Wade Environmental opinion piece is out now in PPC 107 discussing the potential for Pest Management Licensing, and why it is we should all give the idea some […]
This is a critical review of information presented in the paper, An assessment of animal welfare impacts in wild Norway rat (Rattus norvegicus) management. The paper will be broken into its salient points and then discussed as to how the data were collected, how they have been interpreted and how they have been presented in order to provide an objective review as to how the authors came to the conclusions that they did.
Wade Environmental launches a range of Podcast materials based on their Published Articles and Interviews.
Before you roll your eyes and flip past this thinking this is another article beating professional pest management over the head with a stick, then stop. Its not.
In this video, Wade Environmental’s Alex Wade talks about the IPM farm: what is it, what does it do and why should you be interested?
This introduction into the IPM Farm covers what we can do to manage pests in rural environments, how we can have the maximum impacts with the minimal costs.
This weeks training spotlight is Night school led by training and pest expert, Alex Wade and held by the BPCA.