Bed bugs in student housing in Berkeley, at the University of California, the Daily Californian reports.
Three apartment units at the Smyth-Fernwald Complex near Clark Kerr Campus could have been infested with bedbugs as early as March, according to Jeff Urdahl, campus director for housing operations, maintenance and environment.
Yadda, yadda… it happens, and is probably happening on every campus now to some degree. But wait, you know there’s more to this story:
Urdahl said a combination of manure pesticides and heat and cold treatments will be used in the infested apartment units.
Hot and cold, I get.
But manure pesticides?!?
Perhaps above I should instead have said @#it happens.
Pest Control Professionals, please tell us more.