2021 The Basics:General Pests for Pest Management Professional
This course is specifically meant for those individuals who wish to obtain credits for their pesticide applicator's license. It is geared toward the Pest Management Professional-General endorsement. Detailed information and images show pest management professionals how to identify, prevent, and manage a variety of general pests found in homes. Pests are categorized into four groups: Food, Fabric, Medical, and Nuisance. They include beetles, cockroaches, flies, ants, moths, lice, spiders, wasps, and more. Strategies for prevention and management are covered throughout the course. Published 2013
1 Credit: Alaska, Arizona (PMD), Delaware (7A), Idaho, Montana (10, 39, 40,45), Nevada (general), New Mexico (00, PRAP, PRRO), North Carolina (P01), Oklahoma(7A, 10) Pennsylvania (11, 18, 23), Tennessee( C07,C08,C10,C12), Utah, Washington.
1.5 Credits: South Carolina, Wyoming.
2 Credits: Maryland (7A, 10) and West Virginia (8A, 8E).