Developing a Pest Exclusion Program for Cockroaches and Rodents

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Presenter: Matt Frye Ph.D. -  NYS IPM Program, Cornell University Cooperative Extension

Date: September 12th 2018

To date there are no training guides on how to implement exclusion for pest management, which may prevent company owners from creating an exclusion division. However, housing staff, especially maintenance and facilities staff and pest management professionals are uniquely qualified to identify entry points and harborage for cockroaches and rodents. This session will emphasize the steps in developing an exclusion program from the basics of identifying entry points to recommendations for sealing openings of different sizes and for different pests.

You don’t want to miss this free training with pest exclusion expert, Matt Frye Ph.D. The focus of Matt’s work at the NYS IPM Program is to help people prevent issues with pests such as rodents, bed bugs, ticks, cockroaches, and indoor flies. Take advantage of the Q&A time for the opportunity to ask for recommendations for existing problems. Housing and pest management professionals who join StopPests for this webinar are guaranteed to see your buildings and homes with a new pest proofing perspective.

Contact stoppests@cornell.edu for more information.

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