Number 9 – Lawn Caterpillars: Free moving, but they cut too low

Number 10 – What do your Customers Really Want?

Number 11 – Bringing Nature into the Living Room – The Holiday Season is Almost Upon Us

Number 12 – Weed Management Resources for Lawn and Ornamentals

2017

Number 1 – Termites

Number 2 – Preemergence Herbicides

Number 2a – Valentines Training Opportunities

Number 3 – Termite Awareness

Number 4 – Consent Vs. Notification Forms

Number 5 – Postemergence Herbicide Applications

Number 6 – BedBugWeek

Number 7 – Southern Chinch Bug IPM

Number 8 – Preparing for Rodent Season

Number 9 – Weed Control Services

Number 10 – Tawny Crazy Ant Management

Number 11 – Pest Control Industry

Number 12 – Winterizing Your Home from Pests

2016

Number 1 – Preparing for Swarm Season

Number 2 – Preemergence Herbicide Timing for the Lawn and Landscape

Number 3 – Zika

Number 4 – Formosan Subterranean Termites

Number 5 – Herbicide Rotation

Number 6 – Avoiding Heribicide Damage

Number 7 – Resistance

Number 8 – New Landscape Weeds

Number 9 – Mosquitoes, Zika, and Schools

Number 10 – Fall Weed Control

Number 11 – Training!

Number 12 – Bed Bugs

2015

Number 2 – Ants

Number 3 – Ants and Non Chemical Control

Number 4 – Ants and Chemical Control

Number 5 – Invasive Species Coptermes Hybrid

Number 6 – Invasive Species Tawny Crazy Ant

Number 7 – Bed bugs and Summer Travel

Number 8 – Weed Control in the Landscape

Number 9 – Stinging Insects

Number 10 – Fall Weed Control

Number 11 – Termites

Number 12 – Brown Dog Ticks

2014

Number 1 – Swarm Season

Number 2 – Termite Inspection

Number 3 – Termite Damage ID

Number 4 – Termite ID

Number 5 – Intro to Fire Ants & Biological Control

Number 6 – Types of Biocontrol Pesticide Management

Number 7 – Biocontrol Today

Number 8 – Summer Stinging Pests – Bees

Number 9 – Summer Stinging Pests Part II – Other Bees

Number 10 – Summer Stinging Pests Part III

Number 11 – Training Issues

Number 12 – Preparing for Termite Swarm Season

2013

Number 1 – PMU – Deltak Partnership

Number 2 – Ants

Number 3 – Training

Number 4 – Fungus gnats

Number 4a – Certified Operator exams through PMU

Number 5 – Fire ants

Number 6 – Crazy ants

Number 7 – Ghost ants

Number 7a – Mid-year training update

Number 8 – Insecticide basics

Number 9 – Mode of Action Nervous System

Number 10 – Understanding Nerves

Number 11 – Product Combination

Number 12 – Holiday Preparation

Number 13 – Product Rotation

2012

Number 1 – Introducing Ms. Nazario

Number 2 – Pyrethroid label language

Number 3 – Ticks

Number 4 – PMPs role school IPM

Number 5 – Fee changes

Number 6 – FPMA-PMU hybrid class

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