Image credit: Canberra nature map under licence These ground dwelling insects have a unique diet and distinctive appearance, and can be found in gardens across much of Australia. They can also deliver a very painful sting like their more notorious relatives. Could you identify a blue ‘ant’?
When dealing with ant infestations, Syngenta offers a choice between two market-leading gel baits: Advion and Optigard. Both are highly palatable and offer comprehensive control, but are different in flavour. So, which one do you choose? Should you opt for the cake or the steak?
Analysing search terms can provide interesting information on the state of the market and the behaviour of customers. We’ve looked at one of the more common search terms: ‘How to get rid of… [insert pest]’. Which pest was the subject of the highest number of searches? One way to estimate which pests are causing…
Pest managers have a new choice of rodent bait following the launch of Resolv Soft Bait by Liphatech.
The PestSmart website is an invaluable resource for pest managers looking for information on managing feral and invasive species.
Bell Labs’ range of baits and secure stations suit any rodent job pest managers may encounter.
Feral dogs continue to present an economic threat to farmers across the country but measures to control their numbers are proving successful.
Rodents have an inherent distrust of new things in their environment, so managing their reaction to bait and bait stations is essential for gaining control.
Genetic modification of pest species is a sensitive issue. Yet it could ultimately be the answer to keeping invasive species numbers in check, and our native wildlife safe from unnecessary predation.
In our latest Pest Pulse survey we asked pest managers to name their go-to products and preferred actives when it comes to rodent control.