Is the Future of Pest Control Tied to Conservation?

June 10, 2010

I’m getting tired of killing bees. Yes, I have recognized many situations where bees are extremely dangerous and something needs to be done quickly. In our own company experience several years ago, we had a worker who came within a minute of death due to anaphylactic shock. It is so difficult to find an economically feasible way to save them. I don’t trust any of the current companies out there that claim to save them. But I do believe it can be done, with extensive training, if you could create a network of bee hive takers. It’s no easy job. But who said work was easy.
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Go to Jail, Do Not Collect $200

June 28, 2009

Pest control is like a fun game of Monopoly. To win, I formed alliances to gain strategic leverage. We rarely finished the Monopoly game, but we had lots of fun and profit working together. Green pest control is analogous. It’s all about alliances: with employees, customers and environmental groups. The winners are always good partners and partners are always good winners.
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2009 IPM Symposium in Portland, Oregon

March 30, 2009

If you didn’t go to the 2009 IPM Symposium, you missed out on a great opportunity to meet many intellects in the field, as well as product companies that are at the forefront on new, inventive and less toxic methods.
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