PCT Advanced Rodent Control Virtual Conference
Thursday, March 13, 2014
Eliminating the occasional mouse or rat around a building is typically not very difficult. But managing rodent infestations in commercial facilities under a wide variety of structural and environmental situations, while also providing a cost effective service to consumers, is often much more challenging.
The goal is not to kill individual rodents but rather to efficiently manage and, where possible, eliminate local rodent populations in an environmentally responsible fashion. This can only be done with both an applied approach using situational analysis, together with a sound understanding of the science behind rodent biology and behavior.
And no one is better suited to lead this master’s class in rodent best management practices than famed urban rodentologist Dr. Bobby Corrigan, president of RMC Pest Management Consulting, Richmond, Ind.
A frequent speaker at industry educational events throughout the world, Dr. Corrigan is the author of Rodent Control: A Practical Guide for Pest Management Professionals, as well as a research scientist working on New York City’s war on rats.
For only $99 per person attendees will gain access to a half-day educational program that will surely advance their understanding of rodent biology, behavior and control.