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 37: February & March 2015 Issue 37: February & March 2015
We preview the UK's international exhibition, PestEx and, judging by the number of exhibitors attending for the first time, there's going to be loads to see. We also review the changes taking place surrounding the use of aluminium phosphide for vertebrate control in the UK. Plus there's new bed bug research, a report from the global bed bug summit in Colorado and a few forthright opinions on how products come to be approved for bed bug control...
 
Issue 36: November & December 2014 Issue 36: November & December 2014
From Florida to Paris via Birmingham, we bring you a round up of the major autumn events. Rodents are the focus for our technical feature with beetles from Australian and there's news of bed bug researchers showing that bed bugs can be disease vectors - or can they? - plus the usual news and views...
 
Issue 35: September & October 2014 Issue 35: September & October 2014
Our thoughts turn to PestTech with a preview of what you can expect to see and hear at the NPTA flagship event on 5 November. We have features on rodent monitoring and dust mites, a review of the shake-up in qualifications required by the regulator, Ofqual and, of course, all the usual news and views from around the industry.
 
Issue 34: July & August 2014 Issue 34: July & August 2014
It's bed bug special time and we look at how Mitie is guaranteeing its bed bug work, we have a report on new US research on the efficacy of diatomaceuos earth and we review how bed bugs on planes are becoming an increasing problem. Also in this bumper 44-page issue, there's news of how pest control has been in the media spotlight, progress with the CEN standard, an update on the SGARs situation and much more...
 
Issue 33: May & June 2014 Issue 33: May & June 2014
Along with the usual mix of news and views, we have something of a mouse theme in this issue with features on how mice are evading control in many food manufacturing sites and a update on joint research between Salford University and Manchester City Council. The results of the 2014 'state of the industry' survey, run by ourselves and BASF Pest Control Solutions, are also published. Read on...
 
Issue 32: March & April 2014 Issue 32: March & April 2014
Second-generation anticoagulant rodenticides (SGARs) remain firmly in the spotlight. We update you on the latest developments. With such uncertainty surrounding SGARs it's not surprising to see a surge of interest in traps and trapping. We unveil some new products seen at Eurocido and look at what lessons we might learn from New Zealand. Plus the usual mix of news and views...
 
Issue 31: January & February 2014 Issue 31: January & February 2014
We update you on plans for the Rodenticide Stewardship Regime, ask whether it's time to rethink the first-generation rodenticides and report on a novel rodent control idea. There are features on cockroach control and bed bugs plus a competition to win £100 of Suterra products. Read on...
 


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