On 9th November, the NPTA’s annual PestTech exhibition and conference returned to Milton Keynes. Being one of the largest industry events, featuring over 50 exhibitors and a full programme of presentations, this annual gathering of more than 1,000 pest controllers aims to showcase the very latest information. PestTech 2022 caters for every sector of the pest control industry, as the exhibitions cover not
Our visit at FAOPMA-Pest Summit 2022 – Kyoto, Japan
FAOPMA – the Federation of Asian and Oceania Pest Managers Associations is a non-profit organisation meant to promote and develop the industry of professional pest management. Established in 1989 by members from Asian and Oceanic countries, FAOPMA’s best way to promote the industry of professional pest management is through a gathering of the best brands involved, as a way for them
Our visit at PestWorld 2022, Boston
This year, as every year, the NPMA has gathered at PestWorld thousands of pest management professionals and industry suppliers from across the globe. Taking place in Boston, MA, the 2022 PestWorld Expo brings together participants from all over the world and offers opportunities for networking and collaboration. The National Pest Management Association through this year’s exhibit provides access to the latest
Our visit at Expocida Iberia Madrid, 2022
Expocida Iberia 2022 took place in Madrid, on the 7th and 8th April 2022, being one of the most important events in the sector. The fair previously brought together more than 2400 visitors and 450 professional participants, all involved in the sector of Pest Control.
Our visit at PestEx 2022, London
Held on 16th-17th March 2022 at the ExCeL Exhibition Centre, London, the BPCA PestEx event showcased the latest scientific development in pest control, as well as new technology and innovation, brought together at UK’s biggest conference and trade show of the industry.
Our visit at Parasitec Paris, 2021
On November 17-19, 2021, Paris is home to the Parasitec 2021 exhibition. Representatives of 30 countries are gathered at this year’s exhibition, with laboratories, formulators and specialised manufacturers presenting their latest developments in pest control technologies.
Our visit at Expocida Iberia Madrid, 2020
Expocida Iberia 2020 took place in Madrid, on 20th and 21th of February. The fair brought together more than 1800 participants, all involved in the sector of Pest Control, whether they were organizations, companies, media or administrations. The 2020 Fair took account of the high number of participants, and not only displayed their newest products in a great exhibition area,
Coronavirus – Spreading, Treatment and Prevention
Coronaviruses were discovered in 1960. The virus causes respiratory inflammation in humans. These are encapsulated viruses containing an RNA chain. The RNA chain is what causes the “infection”. By running specific tests it is difficult to demonstrate which one of the disinfectants is efficient as these viruses mutate rapidly.
Our visit at IPM Essen 2020, Germany
This year, IPM Essen is being held between 28.01. – 31.01.2020, in Essen, Germany. Gathering 1,550 exhibitors from 46 countries, and serving up to 53.ooo trade visitors, IPM Essen is one of the largest exhibitions in the horticulture industry.
Our visit at PestWorld 2019, San Diego, California
As every year, the PestWorld gathering brings together thousands of pest management professionals from all over the world. Being held this year in San Diego, California between 15th and 18th October, the National Pest Management association offers opportunities for information sharing, provides access to the latest products, services, and technologies for its thousands participants. As every year, PestWorld is attended
Tulip mosaic – Tulip breaking virus
This disease is common for all areas where tulips are grown and it decreases the quality and quantity of the tulip production. This disease either affects some organs of the tulip plant, or it affects all organs. Yellow stripes, or discolored stains emerge on the leaves of the affected plants.
Onion mosaic – Onion yellow dwarf virus
The onion mosaic is the most damaging disease for the onion crop and it is known to all areas that have a temperate climate. Within these areas, it is present in all countries where the onion is grown and it causes serious damages to seed grown plants.