The University of Reading has launched a new survey, where it is looking to collect information about where pest professionals get their information about rodenticide resistance, how often this knowledge is applied at work, its effect on business, and its importance.
The university said that input from pest controllers will be gratefully received as it will allow it to demonstrate the impact and benefit that comes from its research on anticoagulant rodenticide resistance.
This survey is anonymous and only for those working in pest management organisations in the UK. The results will be shared with the University of Reading and the British Pest Control Association.
To take part in the survey click HERE.
Published: 12 May 2020
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