In 1998, Nibor-D® Insecticide hit the market. Over the last 25 years, the borate dust has established itself as an industry favorite known for its efficacy, reliability and versatility.
Liquid termiticide is one of the most common and effective methods for termite control. This treatment is continuously chosen by professionals, and for good reason. When applied by a trained expert, the treatment is not harmful to plants or landscaping.
Formulation type has a significant impact on product performance, use patterns, and end-user experience. Therefore, pesticide manufacturers consider several factors when choosing a formulation type for a new product.
Termites can wreak havoc on any household or business, leaving behind unsightly and costly damage. Our customers know that treating infestations in a timely manner is key to preventing further damage. That's why professionals should know when, where, and how to use effective termite management treatments. To get started, let's talk about termite bait systems, a popular solution in the pest control industry.
Behind every great pest control professional (PMP) is a vehicle outfitted for any situation. The tools may differ based on the type of client, but this list can help ensure you are always prepared, anytime and anywhere. (note: the list doesn’t include application equipment/products - which is a given!).
With the fall season underway and colder months on the horizon, rodents start searching for warmer nesting areas and plentiful food sources – inside houses and buildings.
Rodent Awareness Week (October 16-22) is a reminder for pest control professionals across the U.S. to make their customers aware of the potential for increased rodent activity. It also provides an excellent opportunity for you to demonstrate your expertise and insight when it comes to addressing rodent control issues.
You may have heard that MGK’s Sumari® Insecticide will soon debut with F.A.T. – but what does that mean and why is it valuable for your business? The short answer is that Sumari can now be used on food and feed commodities in food handling establishments.
There are two primary issues with callbacks: 1) the specific pest problem and 2) the reaction of the customer to the PMP’s response. Resolving the pest problem can be straight forward; making the customer happy can be more challenging. Here are five steps to consider when working with a customer who has a complaint or concern.
Mosquito control has firmly shifted from addressing a nuisance to providing a critical public health service. MGK’s newest product Sumilarv offers an effective and convenient solution to one of the key challenges facing government municipalities tasked with mosquito control: a seasonal labor shortage.