Pest magazine

The printed magazine, Pest, is published every two months. The print format allows us to get behind the news and provide analysis and interpretation, as well as in-depth technical and business features.

 
Issue 47: October & November 2016 Issue 47: October & November 2016
We preview the 2016 PestTech event, find out how drain flies can be a threat to public health and report on how some of our readers got into this business in the first place, among other things. Read on...
 
Issue 46: August & September 2016 Issue 46: August & September 2016
It's bed bug special time and this year we have 14 pages of bed bug news including a feature on new research from Australia into bed bug resistance and new findings from the USA on bed bugs and colour and bed bug scents. But, don't worry if bed bugs are not your thing, there are plenty of other topics and our usual mix of news and views. Read on...
 
Issue 45: June & July 2016 Issue 45: June & July 2016
We have an in-depth feature on clothes moths, some surprising results from research into non-target species visiting rodent bait stations and a very practical look at mouse control and the importance of checking the roof. Plus there's a detailed review of CPD and BASIS PROMPT and, on a lighter note, we find out how a group of UK pest controllers got on tackling the deadliest pests in Australia...
 
Issue 44: April & May 2016 Issue 44: April & May 2016
We have something of an international issue this time with reports from events in Adelaide, Australia and Stuttgart, Germany. There's an update on UK rodenticide stewardship and a report on what's happening on stewardship in The Netherlands. Developments in the Chinese market are analysed and there's research news including the ground-breaking research into rodent scent signals at the University of Liverpool. Read on...
 
Issue 43: February & March 2016 Issue 43: February & March 2016
In the first edition of 2016 we review the Zika situation, detail the findings from new research on mice and bait boxes and preview the PPC Live event in Peterborough. We also launch the 2016 BASF/Pest National UK Pest Management Survey and start the search for the 2016 best product - plus the usual news and views. Read on...
 
Issue 42: December 2015 & January 2016 Issue 42: December 2015 & January 2016
Among other things we look at how rodents gain access to buildings through bolted, but to them, wide open doors. Black rats are also to the fore with a port case study and there's a report on the UK Rodenticide Stewardship question time at PestTech 2015. Plus news of a training shake-up, the opening of a a new 'super cool' training venue and, of course, all the usual industry news and views...
 
Issue 41: October & November 2015 Issue 41: October & November 2015
As the weather begins to turn in the UK, we ask pest professionals, wherever they work, to take the time to question their rodent control strategies. We also preview the 2015 PestTech event, look at some of the challenges of pest management in the food and drink industries, and feature the use of drones in pest control, among other things. Read on...
 


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