A multipurpose guide written as a series of lessons for those enrolled in the Purdue correspondence course on pest control technology. The text also serves as a reference and as a resource for people seeking state certification as commercial pesticide applicators. Emphasizing urban and industrial pest problems, chapters cover such topics as managing insects, other arthropods, and vertebrate pests in homes, businesses, hospitals, industrial plants and municipal buildings; the ins and outs of the industry; and sanitation, fumigation, and other management methods. Several appendices detail specific techniques. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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The three authors of the fifth edition represent industry, academia, and the private sector. Dr. John M. Owens is senior associate in the Research, Development, and Engineering Division of S.C. Johnson and Son; Dr. Gary W. Bennett is a professor of entomology in the Center for Urban and Industrial Pest Management at Purdue University; and Dr. Robert M. Corrigan is owner of RMC Pest Management Consultants.
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Book Description Advanstar Communications, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11092987045X
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