Pest+ e-news

The digital e-news, Pest+, is published at least every two months – in the alternate months to Pest magazine. Special issues are also circulated to cover specific events or to announce significant breaking news. Pest+, delivered direct to your phone/email in-box, provides a quick round-up of the latest news with links to each story in detail.

 
Pest+ International Pest-Protect 2016 Pest+ International Pest-Protect 2016
We report from the first big European pest management event of 2016, Pest-Protect, which was held in Stuttgart, Germany from 2 to 3 March 2016. There were some interesting new products, bed bug advice in the seminars and news of another company acquisition. Read on...
 
Pest+ Issue 43 - January 2016 Pest+ Issue 43 - January 2016
Find out which web stories were most popular in 2015, get up to speed with supply chain controls that will underpin the success of the UK Rodenticide Stewardship Regime, check out forthcoming events and more...
 
Pest+ PestTech Review - November 2015 Pest+ PestTech Review - November 2015
We bring you all the best bits from PestTech 2015 - exhibition, workshops, outdoor demonstrations, awards and more...
 
Pest+ Issue 42 - PestTech Preview October 2015 Pest+ Issue 42 - PestTech Preview October 2015
We preview PestTech 2015 with a rundown of the first time exhibitors and a review of the technical workshops and outdoor demonstrations. This issue also includes news of a new campaign against the use of glue boards, clarification of the DE situation and more...
 
Pest+ Issue 41 - September 2015 Pest+ Issue 41 - September 2015
We bring you news of further regulatory madness, rodenticide stewardship timelines, details of how long you have to use-up withdrawn insecticides and links to vote in the 2015 Best Product Award. Plus amazing video footage of how rats access the toilet bowl!
 
Pest+ Issue 40 - July 2015 Pest+ Issue 40 - July 2015
Recent reports of killer seagulls have highlighted the urban gull problem which, with more councils cutting back on pest control, isn't going to be solved any day soon. We also report on the SOFHT food standards event, pigeons at Wimbledon, the BASF/Pest survey and more...
 
Pest+ Issue 39 - May 2015 Pest+ Issue 39 - May 2015
There's news of how SGARs stewardship is becoming clearer and of SX Environmental taking the Edialux name. Rentokil and PelGar have both been on the acquisition trail, whilst Russell IPM has reached its £100,000 charity target. Read on...
 


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