Monitor your home and property or any other area where pests are a concern. Be prepared to take appropriate action when pests cause damage or health issues. Learn about using less harmful pesticides and integrated pest management techniques to help protect natural environments.
The key to effective pest management is to prevent pests from becoming a problem in the first place. If you do have a pest problem, it’s important to know how to identify, monitor and control pests using safe treatment methods.
On July 1st, 2016, amendments to the IPM Regulation came into force that affect vendors and dispensers, as well as residential and commercial users of pesticides in landscaped areas. Find out how these amendments directly affect how you use or sell pesticides.
If you’re a pest management professional or a business that sells or uses pesticides, find out when authorizations are required and access information or tools designed specifically for the work that you do.
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