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29 June 2022

VIDEO: Hierarchy of insecticide usage

CPD VIDEO

Every insect treatment we undertake needs to consider the hierarchy of control.  We need to consider the most appropriate control technique to be successful while balancing this with the risks of using that option.

During this video, John will explore:

  • The hierarchy of insect control
  • Insecticide application option
  • The risk to non-targets.

Information correct at the time of filming.

This video is designed for pest management technicians.

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