Urban Pest Management – An Environmental Perspective. 2nd Edition
International Pest Control Magazine
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3w ago
Urban Pest Management - An Environmental Perspective. 2nd Edition 2023 216 Pages Hardback:ISBN : 978-1-80062-292-0 ePDF:eISBN : 978-1-80062-293-7 ePub:eISBN : 978-1-80062-294-4 2nd Edition Edited by: Partho Dhang The management and control of pests in the urban environment in the 21st century faces many challenges. Pest populations adapt to changing conditions brought about by environmental changes caused by global warming, human population growth, and increased pollution. Urban pests are able to expand their ranges, densities, and habitats, sometimes causing large-scale damage and disease. Th ..read more
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International Pest Control – January/February 2024 – Vol 66, Nr.1
International Pest Control Magazine
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1M ago
COVER IMAGE: Tropical termite, Coptotermes formosanus. Picture by Partho Dhang, PhD AI to predict yields, ag tech to cut billions of tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions, a database to help the understanding of the problems of European forests, a futuristic agricultural solar park – agri-PV – and NASA spotting grape disease from space before it is spotted on the ground. There seems no end to the role of technology in pest control and tomorrow’s professional will need to be comfortable working with AI. Once again, we carry a comprehensive report from the BCPC Congress 2023, the first day of wh ..read more
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International Pest Control – November/December 2023 – Vol 65, Nr.6
International Pest Control Magazine
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3M ago
COVER IMAGE: Igeba Unipro5 ULV aerosol generator being used for application of effective microorganisms (EM). Picture by Martin Schaert “For far too long, malaria has threatened the lives of billions of people across the globe, disproportionately affecting the most vulnerable amongst us.” So says Adar Poonawalla, CEO of the Serum Institute of India heralding a milestone in the control of the disease – the introduction of the second ever WHO recommended vaccine for malaria which has achieved efficacy of about 75%. While we may not be on the road to eradication many fewer adults and children ..read more
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The paradoxical survival of African Swine Fever by free-living wild boar
International Pest Control Magazine
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4M ago
Authors: N.W.G. Barmentlo, J. Ellers, T.J. Smyser, V. Brown, M. Bosse Abstract: Due to the influences of climate change and globalization, epizootic diseases are becoming more prevalent. Climate change for instance influences host abundances while globalisation allows for increased host-hopping of pathogens. African Swine Fever (ASF) is one such epizootic disease that started to affect different continents in the previous and present century, with detrimental consequences for pig breeders and wild boar populations. It is hypothesised that this disease is so successful in new ranges in par ..read more
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Applications Open for Pest Management Foundation 2023-2024 Scholarships
International Pest Control Magazine
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5M ago
FAIRFAX, VA (October 2, 2023) – The Pest Management Foundation has opened the call for applications for its 2023-2024 scholarships. Scholarships include: All-American Pest Control Steam Trailblazer ScholarshipDonor: All-American Pest Control The All-American Pest Control STEAM Trailblazer Scholarship is a distinguished program that honors and empowers outstanding young women with a drive to excel in science, technology, engineering, arts, or mathematics (STEAM). This $1,000 scholarship is a platform to uplift young women who embody All-Americans’ core values of servant leadership, thoughtful ..read more
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Parasitec 2023
International Pest Control Magazine
by IPCadmin
5M ago
In 2021, more than 2,700 visitors came to meet us at the Paris Event Center, thus strengthening PARASITEC PARIS in its position as the leading exhibition in Europe for technologies for controlling harmful and parasitic species. This year, for its 20th edition, we are pleased to welcome you to a brand new, larger location, the Parc Floral de Paris. Laboratories, formulators and specialized manufacturers representing some 30 nationalities will be waiting for you on an exhibition area of ​​5,375 m² for this new 2023 edition. You will be able to meet and discuss with the main experts while d ..read more
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International Pest Control – September/October 2023 – Vol 65, Nr.5
International Pest Control Magazine
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5M ago
COVER IMAGE: Culex sp. — an important vector of disease. . Picture by Barrettine Ltd “In a world of plenty, it is outrageous that people continue to suffer and die from hunger. Starving food systems of investment means, quite literally, starving people.” UN Secretary General António Guterres’ words, opening the UN Food Systems Summit. In September 2015 the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) were adopted and December 2015 saw the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. 2015 was a landmark year for multilateralism; a world away from today’s international climate. The second SDG is “Zero Hunger ..read more
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XIII EVPMC 2023
International Pest Control Magazine
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6M ago
We invite you to join the 13th EVPMC 2023 meeting in Florence, Novoli Campus, on August 28th – September 1st, 2023. XIII EVPMC – European Vertebrate Pest Management Conference 2023 (evpmc2023.com) The meeting will focus on the newest and most exciting topics covering a wide range of disciplines and taxa, including symposium on Conservation; Crop Systems; Ecology, Physiology and behaviour; Fertility control; Human-animal social conflict; Invasive vertebrates; Island conservation; New tools and methods; Pathogens and parasites; Taxonomy and genetics. The international community of experts in ve ..read more
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NEW IPM 2023 – One Health – International Symposium and Networking Event
International Pest Control Magazine
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7M ago
For the second year running, Swansea University has been chosen as the host for this prestigious event which focuses on new and developing innovative programmes in Integrated Pest Management (IPM). The symposium, led by the Natural Products BioHUB and IBMA, offers a unique opportunity for researchers, technologists and end users to hear from others working in the field and to exchange ideas. As human, animal, and plant health are inextricably interlinked with each other and the environment, ‘One Health‘ is an integrated, unifying approach that aims to sustainably balance and optimise the heal ..read more
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International Pest Control – July/August 2023 – Vol 65, Nr.4
International Pest Control Magazine
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7M ago
COVER IMAGE: Ixodus ricinus. Picture by Hans Smid At a time when many parts of Europe and North America are “boiling” or burning, other parts of the world are submerged under water and the Atlantic to the west of Ireland is suffering a Marine Heatwave classified by NOAA as Category 5 (‘Beyond Extreme’) with sea surface temperatures as high as 4-5°C above average, the long predicted impacts of climate change are becoming ever more apparent and ever more damaging. Against this background we are seeing pest species spread to new parts of the world and invasive species thrive in countries which ..read more
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