As pest control in residential, commercial, lawncare and public health segments of the industry evolves, so does the need to find new effective and environmentally friendly mosquito control solutions. Innovative and sustainable mosquito control methods, such as the In2Care Mosquito Station, decrease the overapplications of liquid products to further protect the health of the end-user and the environment, and the industry from future regulatory issues. This webinar will cover the basic biology, distribution, and disease-related facts of Aedes and Culex container-breeding mosquitoes in the US, the technology behind effective biocide transfer using differential static charges, the concept and principles of biocide auto-dissemination, the methods to incorporate auto-dissemination in mosquito control to keep mosquito populations sustainably low and tactics to make a mosquito control business profitable with the In2Care Station. Click here to register for the webinar!
Ted Worster graduated from California State Polytechnic University in Pomona, California with a B.S. Agricultural Biology, Pest Management Option. Ted was a Pest Control Technician in California from June 1977 to Jan 1978. He then moved to work with Univar/Veseris from November 1983 to June 2017. He carried various titles including Sales Representative, District Manager, Marketing Manager, International Marketing Manager, and EPA Regulatory Manager. Other jobs and responsibilities include Orange County Vector Control District, California as mosquito control technician, California Department of Agriculture as a weed control specialist, Pest Control Operators License from the State of Texas in GP and Termite, Certified Pesticide Safety Trainer from 1988 to 1992, State of Hawaii.
“Target Specialty Products is excited to announce our partnership with In2Care! This webinar will showcase how PMPs and Vector Control Professionals can implement In2Care mosquito stations into residential, commercial, lawncare and public health segments of the industry,” said David Helt, Target Specialty Products’ leader.
A question and answer session will take place at the end of the webinar. Click hereto register.