Bayer launch new rodent digital pest management system

Bayer launch new rodent digital pest management system

Bayer launch new rodent digital pest management system A new rodent digital pest management system is now available to help pest managers improve efficiency when controlling rodents in retail outlets, places of food production and warehouse facilities. Tim Peeling, Bayer product manager, says rodent infestations can really damage brand reputation, making this new and innovative…

Does Your Vehicle Have Unexpected Passengers?

Does Your Vehicle Have Unexpected Passengers? You may have read the recent headlines in tabloid newspapers stating that rodents ‘big enough to put a saddle on’ are moving into a town near you, and while the size may be an exaggeration, rodent behaviour has certainly changed during lockdown. A British Pest Control Association (BPCA) poll…

Tetramethrin reclassification

Tetramethrin reclassification Insecticides containing tetramethrin at a concentration of 1% and greater will, from the 1st of May 2020, be required to feature a new hazard phrase on the label: ‘H351: Suspected of causing cancer’ due to their reclassification as category 2 carcinogens. Such labels will also feature the ‘health hazard’ warning symbol. The key…

Disinfection procedures – A timely reminder of available options

Disinfection procedures: – A timely reminder of available options News reports covering the novel Coronavirus outbreak serve as a reminder about the importance of effective disinfection procedures. Regarding available disinfection options there are a variety of disinfectant surface sprays, and ULV disinfectants, suitable for use against a wide range of viruses and bacteria. Dealing with…

Natural England release details of new licensing arrangements for herring gulls and lesser black-backed gulls

Natural England have today released details of new licensing arrangements for herring gulls and lesser black-backed gulls. Read the full press release here. Additional technical details follow below: These gulls were removed from general licenses due to a decline in nesting populations. Data shows herring gull declines of 77% since 1986 while lesser black-backed gulls…