Introducing structural, stored product, and public health pest management for professional pesticide applicators, this full-color publication discusses pests such as subterranean termites, wood-destroying beetles, wood-infesting beetles requiring no treatment, and Hymenoptera (bees, ants, and wasps) and includes measures for inspection and control.
Professional pesticide applicators, though homeowners may also find it useful.
Integrated pest management (IPM); beneficial aspects of wood-destroying insects; types of wood-destroying organisms; how structures get invaded; subterranean termites (description, social behavior, and swarming), other termites, and general preventive and corrective control measures for subterranean termites; other wood-destroying insects (wood-destroying beetles, wood-infesting beetles requiring no treatment, and Hymenoptera: bees, ants, and wasps) and their control; inspection for wood-destroying organisms; building terms; biological terms
Sharon I Gripp, Gregory Hoover, Gary W. Moorman, Ph.D.
David R. Jackson