Recognizing and Managing Bed Bugs

The saying “Sleep tight; don’t let the bed bugs bite,” is not just a quaint bedtime rhyme, but a reminder of a problem that is on the rise in today’s highly mobile society. Bed bugs are household pest ...
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Introduction to Insect and Disease Management

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