Sprague Pest Solutions News

Sprague Pest Solutions Named To PCT Top 100

June

18

2015

Sprague Pest Solutions moved up one spot to 28th on the 2015 Pest Control Technology magazine Top 100 List, an annual compilation of the leading pest management companies in the United States. The list was included in the magazine’s May issue (www.pctonline.com). Sprague, a fourth-generation, family-owned company, is part of a nationwide industry that generated an estimated $7.4 billion in…

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Tags: bed bugs  |  rodents  |  Sprague Pest Solutions  |  cockroaches  |  stored product pests  |  birds  |  2015  |  Insects  |  PCT Top 100  |  Pest Control Technology magazine  |  Top 100 List  |  Alfie Treleven

Don’t Fall Asleep On Rodents This Summer

June

18

2015

The Sprague Pest Experts have been delivering rodent management services to clients for decades and over the years we have learned that these crafty invaders do not take the summer off when it comes to trying to gain access to your facility. Rodents are often introduced to commercial facilities in shipments of raw food materials (i.e. sugar, grain or flour), finished product (i.e. grass seed, pet…

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Tags: rodents  |  Commercial facilities  |  Sprague Pest Experts

Bed Bugs Infestations Still on the Rise

June

18

2015

The Sprague Pest Experts recently joined their peers across the country in recognizing National Bed Bug Awareness Week (June 7-14) to shine the spotlight on a pest that can be a real headache for property managers of hospitality, healthcare, retail, and apartment and condominium facilities. In a recent study from the National Pest Management Association and University of Kentucky, nearly two out…

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Tags: bed bugs  |  Sprague Pest Experts  |  National Pest Management Association  |  University of Kentucky

White House Releases Pollinator Task Force Report

June

18

2015

Bees, flies, moths and other insects pollinate agriculture crops that help yield the nutritious fruit, nuts and vegetables we enjoy every day. Honey bee pollination alone reportedly adds more than $15 billion in value to crops annually. Stinging insects also pose a potential health threat in the form of allergic reactions to commercial clients, and their employees and customers. Finding a balance…

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Tags: White House  |  Pollinator  |  Bees  |  flies  |  moths  |  Insects  |  Crops  |  EPA  |  U.S. Department of Agriculture