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    Professional Pest Control Market Report Top-Companies Offerings And Market By End-User Segments Forecasted Till 2026 – Cole of Duty - May 10, 2020 by admin

    Complete study of the global Professional Pest Control market is carried out by the analysts in this report, taking into consideration key factors like drivers, challenges, recent trends, opportunities, advancements, and competitive landscape. This report offers a clear understanding of the present as well as future scenario of the global Professional Pest Control industry. Research techniques like PESTLE and Porters Five Forces analysis have been deployed by the researchers. They have also provided accurate data on Professional Pest Control production, capacity, price, cost, margin, and revenue to help the players gain a clear understanding into the overall existing and future market situation.

    Key companies operating in the global Professional Pest Control market include , Rentokil, AVON Pest Control, Hicare, Godrej, Pest O Stop, SIS Group, DOWS, Bayer, BASF, Bharat Group, Master Industries, Kalyani Industries, SC Johnson, Reckitt Benckiser

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    Segmental Analysis

    The report has classified the global Professional Pest Control industry into segments including product type and application. Every segment is evaluated based on growth rate and share. Besides, the analysts have studied the potential regions that may prove rewarding for the Professional Pest Control manufcaturers in the coming years. The regional analysis includes reliable predictions on value and volume, thereby helping market players to gain deep insights into the overall Professional Pest Control industry.

    Global Professional Pest Control Market Segment By Type:

    , termite control is estimated to account over 24% of revenue share in 2019. By the application, this report covers the following segments,Commercial,Residential,Others,Commercial application holds an important share in terms of applications with a revenue share of 65.60% in 2019. Competitive Landscape: The Professional Pest Control key manufacturers in this market include:,Rentokil,AVON Pest Control,Hicare,Godrej,Pest O Stop,SIS Group,DOWS,Bayer,BASF,Bharat Group,Master Industries,Kalyani Industries,SC Johnson,Reckitt Benckiser

    Global Professional Pest Control Market Segment By Application:

    Pest means an animal, a Termites or other organism that is injurious, noxious or troublesome on human activities. Pest control product means products that could directly or indirectly controlling, destroying, attracting or repelling a pest or for mitigating or preventing its injurious, noxious or troublesome effects. Rentokil is the largest India producer, with a market share of more than 22.6% in 2018. The second is SC Johnson, with a market share of about 4.17% in India. In 2019, the global Professional Pest Control market size was US$ xx million and it is expected to reach US$ xx million by the end of 2026, with a CAGR of xx% between 2020 and 2026. Since the COVID-19 virus outbreak in December 2019, the disease has spread to almost 100 countries around the globe with the World Health Organization declaring it a public health emergency. The global impacts of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) are already starting to be felt, and will significantly affect the Professional Pest Control market in 2020. The outbreak of COVID-19 has brought effects on many aspects, like flight cancellations; travel bans and quarantines; restaurants closed; all indoor events restricted; over forty countries state of emergency declared; massive slowing of the supply chain; stock market volatility; falling business confidence, growing panic among the population, and uncertainty about future. This report also analyzes the impact of Coronavirus COVID-19 on the Professional Pest Control industry. The research report studies the Professional Pest Control market using different methodologies and analyzes to provide accurate and in-depth information about the market. For a clearer understanding, it is divided into several parts to cover different aspects of the market. Each area is then elaborated to help the reader comprehend the growth potential of each region and its contribution to the global market. The researchers have used primary and secondary methodologies to collate the information in the report. They have also used the same data to generate the current market scenario. This report is aimed at guiding people towards an apprehensive, better, and clearer knowledge of the market. Global Professional Pest Control market: Drivers and Restraints This section covers the various factors driving the global Professional Pest Control market. To understand the growth of the market it is important to analyze the various drivers present the market. It provides data by value and volume of different regions and their respective manufacturers. This data will elaborate on the market share occupied by them, predict their revenue concerning strategies, and how they will grow in the future. After explaining the drivers, the report further evaluates the new opportunities and current trends in the market. Market restraints are factors hampering market growth. Studying these factors is equally pivotal as they help a reader need understand the weaknesses of the market. Global Professional Pest Control market: Segment Analysis The global Professional Pest Control market is split into two segments, type, and application. The product type briefs on the various types of products available in the market. The report also provides data for each product type by revenue for the forecast time period. It covers the price of each type of product. The other segment on the report, application, explains the various uses of the product and end-users. In the report, the researchers have also provided revenue according to the consumption of the product. Global Professional Pest Control market: Regional Analysis The major regions covered in the report are North America, Europe, China, Rest of Asia Pacific, Central & South America, Middle East & Africa, etc. It includes revenue analysis of each region for the year 2015 to 2026. Global Professional Pest Control market: Key Players The report lists the major players in the regions and their respective market share on the basis of global revenue. It also explains their strategic moves in the past few years, investments in product innovation, and changes in leadership to stay ahead in the competition. This will give the reader an edge over others as a well-informed decision can be made looking at the holistic picture of the market. By the type, the market is primarily split into,Rodent Control,Bed Bug Control,Termite Control,Cockroach Control,Others,By type, termite control is estimated to account over 24% of revenue share in 2019. By the application, this report covers the following segments,Commercial,Residential,Others,Commercial application holds an important share in terms of applications with a revenue share of 65.60% in 2019. Competitive Landscape: The Professional Pest Control key manufacturers in this market include:,Rentokil,AVON Pest Control,Hicare,Godrej,Pest O Stop,SIS Group,DOWS,Bayer,BASF,Bharat Group,Master Industries,Kalyani Industries,SC Johnson,Reckitt Benckiser

    Competitive Landscape

    It is important for every market participant to be familiar with the competitive scenario in the global Professional Pest Control industry. In order to fulfil the requirements, the industry analysts have evaluated the strategic activities of the competitors to help the key players strengthen their foothold in the market and increase their competitiveness.

    Key companies operating in the global Professional Pest Control market include , Rentokil, AVON Pest Control, Hicare, Godrej, Pest O Stop, SIS Group, DOWS, Bayer, BASF, Bharat Group, Master Industries, Kalyani Industries, SC Johnson, Reckitt Benckiser

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    1 Market Overview of Professional Pest Control1.1 Professional Pest Control Market Overview1.1.1 Professional Pest Control Product Scope1.1.2 Market Status and Outlook1.2 Global Professional Pest Control Market Size Overview by Region 2015 VS 2020 VS 20261.3 Global Professional Pest Control Market Size by Region (2015-2026)1.4 Global Professional Pest Control Historic Market Size by Region (2015-2020)1.5 Global Professional Pest Control Market Size Forecast by Region (2021-2026)1.6 Key Regions Professional Pest Control Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)1.6.1 North America Professional Pest Control Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)1.6.2 Europe Professional Pest Control Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)1.6.3 China Professional Pest Control Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)1.6.4 Rest of Asia Pacific Professional Pest Control Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)1.6.5 Latin America Professional Pest Control Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)1.6.6 Middle East & Africa Professional Pest Control Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)1.7 Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19): Professional Pest Control Industry Impact1.7.1 How the Covid-19 is Affecting the Professional Pest Control Industry

    1.7.1.1 Professional Pest Control Business Impact Assessment Covid-19

    1.7.1.2 Supply Chain Challenges

    1.7.1.3 COVID-19s Impact On Crude Oil and Refined Products1.7.2 Market Trends and Professional Pest Control Potential Opportunities in the COVID-19 Landscape1.7.3 Measures / Proposal against Covid-19

    1.7.3.1 Government Measures to Combat Covid-19 Impact

    1.7.3.2 Proposal for Professional Pest Control Players to Combat Covid-19 Impact 2 Professional Pest Control Market Overview by Type2.1 Global Professional Pest Control Market Size by Type: 2015 VS 2020 VS 20262.2 Global Professional Pest Control Historic Market Size by Type (2015-2020)2.3 Global Professional Pest Control Forecasted Market Size by Type (2021-2026)2.4 Rodent Control2.5 Bed Bug Control2.6 Termite Control2.7 Cockroach Control2.8 Others 3 Professional Pest Control Market Overview by Type3.1 Global Professional Pest Control Market Size by Application: 2015 VS 2020 VS 20263.2 Global Professional Pest Control Historic Market Size by Application (2015-2020)3.3 Global Professional Pest Control Forecasted Market Size by Application (2021-2026)3.4 Commercial3.5 Residential3.6 Others 4 Global Professional Pest Control Competition Analysis by Players4.1 Global Professional Pest Control Market Size (Million US$) by Players (2015-2020)4.2 Global Top Manufacturers by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3) (based on the Revenue in Professional Pest Control as of 2019)4.3 Date of Key Manufacturers Enter into Professional Pest Control Market4.4 Global Top Players Professional Pest Control Headquarters and Area Served4.5 Key Players Professional Pest Control Product Solution and Service4.6 Competitive Status4.6.1 Professional Pest Control Market Concentration Rate4.6.2 Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion Plans 5 Company (Top Players) Profiles and Key Data5.1 Rentokil5.1.1 Rentokil Profile5.1.2 Rentokil Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.1.3 Rentokil Products, Services and Solutions5.1.4 Rentokil Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.1.5 Rentokil Recent Developments5.2 AVON Pest Control5.2.1 AVON Pest Control Profile5.2.2 AVON Pest Control Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.2.3 AVON Pest Control Products, Services and Solutions5.2.4 AVON Pest Control Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.2.5 AVON Pest Control Recent Developments5.3 Hicare5.5.1 Hicare Profile5.3.2 Hicare Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.3.3 Hicare Products, Services and Solutions5.3.4 Hicare Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.3.5 Godrej Recent Developments5.4 Godrej5.4.1 Godrej Profile5.4.2 Godrej Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.4.3 Godrej Products, Services and Solutions5.4.4 Godrej Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.4.5 Godrej Recent Developments5.5 Pest O Stop5.5.1 Pest O Stop Profile5.5.2 Pest O Stop Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.5.3 Pest O Stop Products, Services and Solutions5.5.4 Pest O Stop Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.5.5 Pest O Stop Recent Developments5.6 SIS Group5.6.1 SIS Group Profile5.6.2 SIS Group Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.6.3 SIS Group Products, Services and Solutions5.6.4 SIS Group Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.6.5 SIS Group Recent Developments5.7 DOWS5.7.1 DOWS Profile5.7.2 DOWS Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.7.3 DOWS Products, Services and Solutions5.7.4 DOWS Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.7.5 DOWS Recent Developments5.8 Bayer5.8.1 Bayer Profile5.8.2 Bayer Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.8.3 Bayer Products, Services and Solutions5.8.4 Bayer Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.8.5 Bayer Recent Developments5.9 BASF5.9.1 BASF Profile5.9.2 BASF Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.9.3 BASF Products, Services and Solutions5.9.4 BASF Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.9.5 BASF Recent Developments5.10 Bharat Group5.10.1 Bharat Group Profile5.10.2 Bharat Group Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.10.3 Bharat Group Products, Services and Solutions5.10.4 Bharat Group Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.10.5 Bharat Group Recent Developments5.11 Master Industries5.11.1 Master Industries Profile5.11.2 Master Industries Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.11.3 Master Industries Products, Services and Solutions5.11.4 Master Industries Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.11.5 Master Industries Recent Developments5.12 Kalyani Industries5.12.1 Kalyani Industries Profile5.12.2 Kalyani Industries Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.12.3 Kalyani Industries Products, Services and Solutions5.12.4 Kalyani Industries Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.12.5 Kalyani Industries Recent Developments5.13 SC Johnson5.13.1 SC Johnson Profile5.13.2 SC Johnson Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.13.3 SC Johnson Products, Services and Solutions5.13.4 SC Johnson Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.13.5 SC Johnson Recent Developments5.14 Reckitt Benckiser5.14.1 Reckitt Benckiser Profile5.14.2 Reckitt Benckiser Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.14.3 Reckitt Benckiser Products, Services and Solutions5.14.4 Reckitt Benckiser Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.14.5 Reckitt Benckiser Recent Developments 6 North America Professional Pest Control by Players and by Application6.1 North America Professional Pest Control Market Size and Market Share by Players (2015-2020)6.2 North America Professional Pest Control Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 7 Europe Professional Pest Control by Players and by Application7.1 Europe Professional Pest Control Market Size and Market Share by Players (2015-2020)7.2 Europe Professional Pest Control Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 8 China Professional Pest Control by Players and by Application8.1 China Professional Pest Control Market Size and Market Share by Players (2015-2020)8.2 China Professional Pest Control Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 9 Rest of Asia Pacific Professional Pest Control by Players and by Application9.1 Rest of Asia Pacific Professional Pest Control Market Size and Market Share by Players (2015-2020)9.2 Rest of Asia Pacific Professional Pest Control Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 10 Latin America Professional Pest Control by Players and by Application10.1 Latin America Professional Pest Control Market Size and Market Share by Players (2015-2020)10.2 Latin America Professional Pest Control Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 11 Middle East & Africa Professional Pest Control by Players and by Application11.1 Middle East & Africa Professional Pest Control Market Size and Market Share by Players (2015-2020)11.2 Middle East & Africa Professional Pest Control Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 12 Professional Pest Control Market Dynamics12.1 Industry Trends12.2 Market Drivers12.3 Market Challenges12.4 Porters Five Forces Analysis 13 Research Finding /Conclusion 14 Methodology and Data Source14.1 Methodology/Research Approach14.1.1 Research Programs/Design14.1.2 Market Size Estimation14.1.3 Market Breakdown and Data Triangulation14.2 Data Source14.2.1 Secondary Sources14.2.2 Primary Sources14.3 Disclaimer14.4 Author List

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    Biological Pest Control Market Structure, Industry Inspection, and Forecast 2025 – Cole of Duty - May 10, 2020 by admin

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    COVID-19 impact on Urban Pest Management Market Share and Product Segment, Key Players and Demand Analysis by 2025 | Terminix, LP Pest Solutions,… - May 10, 2020 by admin

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    The Internet of Things Myth part 3: Enterprises must adapt themselves to embrace change – IoT Business News - May 10, 2020 by admin

    By Matt Hatton, Founding Partner, Transforma Insights.

    In April 2020 Matt Hatton and William Webb published a book entitled The Internet of Things Myth, exploring why the last decade has not been as successful for IoT as might have been hoped or expected. Previous articles on IoT Business News examined the challenges represented by poor product development and the lack of dominant standards for wireless communications. Other missteps by suppliers, as discussed in depth in the book, included focusing too much on valuation, being too eager to move along the value chain, and failing to realise their own organisational limitations. However, not all of the blame for poor IoT adoption can be levelled at the vendors. Adopters also struggled with the complexity of implemented IoT. That is the focus of this article.

    Early IoT implementations were generally appended to existing practices, simply offering a more efficient way of doing things. For instance, monitoring refrigerated shipping containers as a way to ensure the cargo had been cared for within acceptable parameters. Very valuable, but not likely to necessitate a fundamental change in how the shipping company operates. As the complexity of the application increases so too does the requirement to change business processes. Take for instance Anticimex, a pest control company, which introduced remote monitoring of its traps, an upgrade on the previous requirement to send a person to check them regularly. This relatively simple switch to a remote monitoring solution necessitates a new approach to customer care, workforce scheduling and more.

    As further complexity is layered on, the implications for commercial and organisational change grow even further. One of the more extreme examples is any IoT solution predicated on providing an x-as-a-service (xaaS) business model, such as paying for jet engines or agricultural equipment based on the number of miles flown, or amount of grain gathered. These types of approaches necessitate a substantial overhaul of the way in which the organisation operates. For instance, the shift from a capex-based model (where the client pays up-front for the hardware) to an opex-based model (based on ongoing payments) will transform the Finance department, with a recurring revenue model and a much greater loading of cost onto the balance sheet. Thats in addition to adapting to a completely different sales model, ongoing customer care requirements, demand for field service technicians and so forth.

    The change implicit in embracing IoT, and particularly the most sophisticated models, within an organisation ranges from disruptive to transformational. Adopters of IoT must give ample consideration to the commercial and operational implications of deployment, and make the appropriate changes within their organisations. This is often much more challenging and time-consuming than the technical changes. What are the big barriers? The fundamental issue is that it is harder to change organisational working practices and business models than it is to adopt new technologies. In the book we examine eight major areas that are likely to be disrupted within an organisation if it is truly embracing the opportunities presented by IoT. These include the adoption of new processes, the acquisition of new skills, the switch to new business models, the need for new partners and the over-riding requirement for a well thought-out change management strategy.

    It is notable the extent to which adopters of IoT have ignored the more challenging transformational forms of IoT that require them to make the changes noted above. IoT deployments have focused almost exclusively on low-hanging fruit of simple efficiency saving based on streamlining internal processes. Done correctly IoT is transformational to many aspects of an organisations operations. Its not possible to harness IoT without also being able to make the necessary changes to people and process.

    In the book we offer a series of recommendations for enterprise adopters on how best to position themselves to make those people and process changes. These include:

    With approaches such as these, enterprises can make the necessary changes to embrace the transformational possibilities presented by IoT.

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    A small pest causing big problems in flocks of all sizes – Agriland - May 10, 2020 by admin

    Poultry red mites (Dermanyssus gallinae) are the most significant mite threat throughout Europe and affect the smallest of backyard flocks to the largest commercial production units.

    This tiny mite also has a significant impact. Recent surveys estimate the total annual cost of infestations in the European egg laying industry to be 232 million, affecting more than 390 million hens in all production types: breeders; pullets; and layer hens.

    Red mites live and rapidly breed within the hen house and the surrounding areas but only emerge at night to crawl onto and suck blood from the birds, before retreating to cracks and crevices during the day.

    They are able to survive and reproduce at a wide range of temperatures, but it is during periods of warmer weather that populations increase rapidly. One female mite, and her descendants, can produce 2,000 more mites in a month.

    We have had a warmer than average April in Ireland this year, explained Maureen Prendergast, poultry technical manager at MSD Animal Health. And, as a result, were already hearing reports of increased levels of poultry red mite in some commercial units.

    Small numbers of mites may be tolerated by laying hens but, when a critical threshold is exceeded, mite infestation results in reduced productivity due to anaemia, decreased egg production and quality, reduced growth of birds and increased mortality from stress and the presence of other diseases.

    Mites are known to carry a multitude of viral and bacterial pathogens and the presence of these in birds that are compromised from mite infection results in higher levels of mortality.

    Even at low levels, mites may cause pecking among birds resulting in injury, warned Maureen.

    This adds to the welfare significance of infestation with red mites. Of course, mites can also affect the humans looking after the hens, causing irritation and scratching and even an allergic dermatitis in some susceptible individuals.

    Biosecurity alone is often insufficient to control their spread as they are carried by wild birds, rats and other mammals, the boots of farmers or in feed. They can also make their way at great speed through very small cracks and gaps and for long distances.

    Poultry keepers should be on the lookout for signs of mite infestation early this season. In very heavy infestations, mites will be seen in greyish clumps with their eggs under the perches or in dark corners of the shed.

    The most useful way to check the levels of mites in a commercial laying unit is to set traps in strategic routes for the mites as they climb to the perches. Smallholders, or those with backyard flocks, may notice their hens are reluctant to return to the hen house at night or seem noisy and unsettled, advised Maureen.

    Current management methods lack sufficient effectiveness to keep mite infestations under control at many poultry farms, and often pose safety threats for both birds and humans.

    The issue of residues in eggs and poultry meat has become more significant due to the enforcement of the EU directive on Biocidal Product Regulation 528/2012 which controls poultry disinfectants and mite powders.

    A novel licensed product, containing fluralaner, has been available for the destruction of poultry red mites since 2017, with over 7 million hens treated in the island of Ireland.

    Treatment consists of two applications (via the drinking water), seven days apart in order to target all stages of the life cycle. Previously only available to professional poultry farmers, it is now available for smaller flocks. The egg withdrawal period is zero days.

    For information and advice on the threat of poultry red mite and the best control strategy for your farm, contact your veterinary practitioner or MSD Animal Health, Red Oak North, South County Business Park, Leopardstown, Dublin 18, Ireland.

    MSD Animal Health can be contacted at: 01-2970220; or emailed at: [emailprotected].

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    Global Pest Control Products Market is estimated to register a CAGR of XX% during the projected period, 2019-2025: IBM , Microsoft , Oracle , SAP -… - March 12, 2020 by admin

    The research report creates a full-fledged draft of overview of the global Pest Control Products market considering base year as 2018 and forecast period as 2019 to 2025. The Pest Control Products market report delivers an in-depth study of market size, country-level market size, region, segmentation market growth, market share, sales analysis, value chain optimization, market players, the competitive landscape, recent developments, strategic market growth analysis, trade regulations, opportunities analysis, technological innovations, and area marketplace expanding. The Pest Control Products market landscape and leading manufacturers offers competitive landscape and market development status including the overview of every individual market players.

    This study covers following key players: EcolabRollinsRentokil InitialMassey ServicesArrow ExterminatorsSanix IncorporatedAsanteDodsonPelsisKillgermWinField SolutionsUniver

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    Global Pest Control Market 2025 Report: Industry Growth, Opportunities, Vendors, Shares, Competitive Strategies And Forecasts – Packaging News 24 - March 12, 2020 by admin

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    The game-changing technology helping with pest detections – FreshPlaza.com - March 12, 2020 by admin

    An Australian company is taking the guess-work out of pest management, through real-time information of insect detection in orchards and farms.

    RapidAIM is the digital pest surveillance and management system for agriculture, using novel patented, low-power sensors that detect the presence of insects in a growing environment.

    "They are based on the capacitance-type sensor, and as insects enter the trap, they get detected and discriminated," CEO and Founder, Dr Nancy Schellhorn said. "So, we run algorithms in combination with our sensors, and the information is sent to the cloud, in real-time, and a customer can see on their mobile app whats happening in their orchards and across the farm. Producers can have confidence about not having pests and confidence when pest appear and where. But better than that, producers can then take management action, and see if their management is working. We want to be able to save producers costs, reduce crop loss and give confidence that pest management is working."

    Photo: Dr Nancy Schellhorn at the evokeAG. 2020 conference

    A key benefit, according to Dr Schellhorn is that the sensors are low-power, which means that the system is price-point competitive with insurance sprays and manual monitoring, but it provides a high-resolution of pest populations and a "high-confidence" of the control effectiveness. Another advantage of the system is early detection.

    "Deploying a grid and putting a lot of these devices out there, for example, an orchardist may want one per two hectares, that gives producers confidence with a high-probability that pests are not in the orchard," she said. "But if you make a detection, then you know what is going on. That's why getting a high-resolution of what's going on is important for management."

    The RapidAIM system has only recently commenced commercial sales in September 2019, and have just improved their communication systems by switching to the narrowband Internet of Things (IoT), from communications that previously required gateways. There are already plans to upgrade to global radio, for international coverage.

    Dr Schellhorn says the company has two main types of surveillance.

    "First, we roll out wide-scale surveillance grids across regions," she said. "So, we focus on those global pests that don't recognise the borders of farms or regions. Then second, we upscale to growers for their orchards. We just started that, and we are providing surveillance for fruit fly across a couple of regions every 200 square kilometres. Now we have several growers who subscribe to Orchard Protect on their properties where theyre using RapidAIM on their borders. With deciduous crops, this is where we first see detections early."

    Photo: Adam Upton, from Upton Agronomy, deploying RapidAIM IoT devices.

    Dr Schellhorn adds that most importantly the system reduces the need for insurance sprays. Those sprays that are applied because managing pests is a guessing game and producers cant take the risk of damage. So far RapidAIM has found that there are not only productivity benefits for governments, by reducing costs by 30 per cent, but to individual growers.

    "We are just now working with growers to understand what it saves them," Dr Schellhorn said. "What they are telling us is that they are not having to spray weekly and worry about whether the pest is still there; they know whether it is there and then take action - or they have confidence in knowing that they dont have to spray. Another benefit is they really like knowing if their management is working. It also gives great transparency to any of the wholesaler and trading partners that they have their pest problems well and truly managed."

    While reducing the sprays is not only a good thing for efficiencies and reducing the risk of insecticide resistance, RapidAIM says it also opens the door for biological and microbial products that are coming onto the market.

    "Traditionally, growers have found the use of biocides to be challenging and not as stable, so there's not a lot of confidence that they are working," Dr Schellhorn said. "What this does is it allows them to start using those products and discover where it is working in their orchard, if it is working and where they may need to re-target. We're really about sustainable, best practice pest management, and RapidAIM makes that happen."

    For more informationDr Nancy SchellhornRapidAIMnancy@rapidaim.io http://www.rapidaim.io

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    Parasitic wasps invited to a BMSB buffet – Good Fruit Grower - March 12, 2020 by admin

    The tiny samurai wasp (Trissolcus japonicus) seems to be making itself at home in the United States, wherever its host, the brown marmorated stink bug, has settled. Many states hope to boost the parasitoid wasps presence as a biocontrol by augmenting those wild populations with planned releases.

    BMSB, an invasive species from Asia, has done a lot of damage to U.S. fruit crops in the last decade. The stink bugs natural enemy, the samurai wasp, followed it here and was first detected in the wild in Maryland in 2014. The wasp has been spreading ever since, said Marianna Szucs, an assistant professor and entomologist with Michigan State University.

    In 2018, Szucs lab first discovered a wild population of the parasitoid in Michigan. Once found in the wild in a state, regulators typically allow for population redistribution, and her lab at MSU started releasing samurai wasps at strategic fruit locations the following year. They want to increase the wasps population densities and distribute them more evenly around commercial fruit regions. Her team is concentrating on releases near apple orchards, where BMSB poses the biggest threat. In 2019, they released 4,000 adult wasps throughout the state, Szucs said.

    Its too early to know if the released wasps are targeting BMSB yet or if theyre even establishing a stable population. They will do another release next year, Szucs said.

    Szucs and her team rear their population of samurai wasps in a laboratory, using BMSB egg masses from a facility in New Jersey. Adult wasps lay their eggs on BMSB egg masses, and young wasps eventually hatch, she said.

    The mid-Atlantic region, where BMSB and the samurai wasp first showed up in the United States, has seen reductions in BMSB populations in some areas where samurai wasps are known to be established, said Tracy Leskey, director of the U.S. Department of Agricultures Appalachian Fruit Research Laboratory. She said researchers in West Virginia, Virginia, New Jersey and Pennsylvania are distributing wasps within their states and hope to see decreases in BMSB populations over time.

    Weve seen a fair amount of emergence, which is exciting, Leskey said. All of us are hopeful this will have an impact.

    Nik Wiman, an orchard specialist for Oregon State University, started a statewide redistribution program in 2016, the year the wasp was found in the wild in his state. His team confirmed that the wasp can successfully overwinter at a number of release sites in orchard production areas around the state. But its too soon to tell if the established wasps are affecting BMSB populations.

    Were trying to learn about environmental adaptations that might lead to success in different regions, he said. Were hoping we can confirm establishment and overwintering in southern Oregon this year. As of last year, we werent able to do that.

    Several years after its arrival in Oregon, growers now report BMSB causing significant damage to the states specialty crops, and attempts to control it wreak havoc with integrated pest management systems that took years to develop. It would be a shame if growers had to start relying on the widespread use of broad-spectrum insecticides to protect their orchards, Wiman said. Hes hoping the samurai wasp will be effective enough to help growers avoid that, he added.

    Even for established wasp populations, it will take time to catch up to the stink bug numbers. Wimans team releases wasps every year, but rearing them in the lab depends on a steady production of eggs from BMSB colonies, he said.

    In Washington state, Joshua Milnes, the pest board program coordinator for Yakima County, releases samurai wasps in downtown Yakima where homeowners reports indicate a BMSB hotspot in hopes that they will intercept the pests before they move into surrounding agricultural areas. Once BMSB gets into orchards, its difficult to combat, he said.

    Milnes released more than 233 wasps in Yakima last year, and he wants to release more this year. He said the wasp can play a major role in controlling BMSB populations, but its not a golden solution. Its unrealistic to expect the wasp to eradicate BMSB entirely, but he said the parasitoid could bring the stink bugs population down to a low-equilibrium density to the point where BMSB is just another bug.

    Its going to take a long time for that to happen, Milnes said. Biological control is a process.

    Milnes was the first person to detect a wild population of samurai wasps in Washington in 2015, when he stumbled across a parasitized BMSB egg mass near Vancouver, on the southwest side of the state. Hes been releasing wasps ever since.

    Milnes was excited to find more wild wasps two years later, about 200 miles east of Vancouver in the semiarid habitats around Walla Walla. That find revealed that the wasp could survive in the states varied ecological regions. Vancouvers wasp populations seem pretty well established five years later, and the populations in Washingtons more arid eastern regions show promise, too, he said.

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    Protect your investment with Vulcan Termite and Pest Control – Trussvilletribune - February 5, 2020 by admin

    By Terry Schrimscher, Sponsored Content

    For many families, the changing seasons can spark an interest in household tasks. The arrival of spring, in particular, can be a signal to plant a garden or do landscaping. It may also inspire homeowners to freshen up with new paint or a good spring cleaning.

    If you are working on some routine maintenance around the home or preparing to list your home on the real estate market, it might be wise to add pest control to your task list. A termite infestation can damage your home and reduce the value of your property. In fact, a termite inspection is a routine part of the closing process in most real estate sales.

    We know that termite swarm season will be coming up in another month or two said Fred Smith, General Manager of Vulcan Termite and Pest Control. Customers are going to see termites around their windows, around their doors, and we feel its our obligation to the public to jump on those calls just as quickly as they come in, said Smith.

    Vulcan Termite and Pest Control began as a small family business, in 1965, and quickly expanded from termite control into a full pest control service. Today, the Pelham-based business works primarily in five counties surrounding Birmingham.

    According to Smith, Vulcan services a lot of homes in the Trussville area and has reached into Anniston, Gadsden and Huntsville, among other.

    We do a lot of work up on Smith Lake, said Smith. A lot of our customers in the Trussville and Pinson areas have lake houses. Weve been blessed with the opportunity to go to those customers houses and take care of their lake house and their home here in town, he said.

    It gives you a good feeling when your customers believe in you so much that take you with them to work on their vacation home, said Smith.

    Trust is one of the main reasons Smith believes the company has continued to grow throughout its nearly 55 years in business. Vulcan currently employs 32 people and has expanded into commercial work servicing local restaurants and office building.

    One of the things weve been blessed with is the people who have been here for a long time, said Smith. Ive got several employees that are working on their 20th year with the company. Ive been here for 20 years. One of the things, I believe, we do well is training, he said.

    Vulcan retains a board-certified Entomologista scientist who specializes in the study of insectswho regularly reviews the latest pest control techniques and updates the training for the termite and pest specialists who interact with their customers.

    Vulcan recently added wild animal control as a new service for customers. Specialists have removed everything from armadillos and racoons from property to squirrels from attics.

    Hows your wildlife is one of our advertising sayings, said Smith. Were taking care of those things that get up in your attic and cause problemsthose things that go bump in the night. We do a lot of exclusion work with wild animals. We dont like to kill them if it is not necessary, he said.

    Smith offered a word of caution on the process in dealing with wild animals. Many regular pest control companies are not equipped with the correct tools and training to remove the animals safely. Some customers will by a trap for the animals and find out the hard way that trapping the animal is only part of the process.

    Vulcan can remove the animals safely and also inspects the home to seal any holes or entrances the animals might use to return. The company offers a warranty period for an added sense of security for customers who might have a recurring unwanted animal guest.

    People looking for termite, pest control, or wildlife removal can find Vulcan Termite and Pest Control online at vulcantermite.com. For more information, visitors can use the contact form on the website or call the office at (205) 624-0100.

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