Bedbugger in pestworld magazine(5 posts)
In the latest issue of Pestworld magazine, a trade journal for pest management professionals, bedbugger.com is mentioned along with a screen shot as a place for pmp's to go for information and to get a feel for what people are going through.
Seriously? Wow, wow, wow! I just love that they mentioned this site. I have the feeling that the Pestcontrol people who read the magazine are probably more knowledgable than many of the techs hired by large corps who may not see the magazine. I do hope they drop by and visit and see the sheer agony that sufferers go through. It is wonderful that a forum such as bedbugger exists, thanks Nobugs!
Thanks, djames1921! I did not know about that.
I wish the PCO's treating my building would come hear and read this board. They told my landlord that all he has to do for bedbugs is put down sticky pads, and if bedbugs are not detected on the pads, then the tenant doesn't have bedbugs and such a tenant is "nervous" or they "think" they have bedbugs. My PCO won't treat unless they find bedbugs on the sticky pads. Where did that pseudo-PCO factoid come from? I read this board. I know that not finding bedbugs on the sticky pads doesn't mean you don't have them. Don't the PCO's know that? Where did they get their training? Where are their industry standards? I seriously worry when I know more than a PCO just from reading this board.
If any of the entos/PCOS here (or others) get Pestworld and could scan and email me a copy of this, I'd be most grateful.
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