POINTE RESIDENTIAL
PEST MANAGEMENT
T R E AT M E NT TE C H N I Q U E S
Treatment techniques are the actions
taken to solve pest problems.They are
options that focus on how the
prescriptions wil...
 Definition: The application of small
amounts of insecticide into cracks
and crevices in which insects hide or
through wh...
Concept: Deliver the insecticide to a specific location where it is likely to impact
the pest with little or no impact on ...
 Definition: Application to
enclosed spaces where insects
may live, hide or travel.
 Concept: Make the void uninhabitable or
impassible (exclusion); or kill insects present
within the void space.
Product f...
Definition: Surface
application to limited areas
where insects are likely to be
present not exceeding two
square feet in ...
 Concept: Expose insects to insecticide as
they come in contact with, congregate on or
crawl across treated surfaces.
Pro...
 Definition: Treatment to a volume of
space with relatively small amounts of
non-residual insecticide with droplets
havin...
 Concept: Kill or control
flying insects or crawling
insects by exposing them to
small droplets of insecticide
delivered ...
Definition: Application of a
wet spray to exposed insects
within a localized area for
immediate kill.
 Concept: Quickly
kill exposed
insects to
prevent stings,
bites or prevent
insect movement
to other areas.
Product formul...
Definition: Broadcast
application to exterior
areas of structures.
 Concept:
Reduce pest
pressures by
impacting
reservoir sites
and interception
zones around
the home.
Product formulations...
 Definition: Protecting an area
against pest access either by
mechanical alteration or by
rendering access points and
har...
 Concept:
Alter the
environment
so pests
cannot pass
through.
Product formulations commonly used: Repellent dust, repelle...
Definition: The use of an
attractive food matrix
combined with an effective
toxicant designed to kill the
target pest.

 Concept: Place bait in locations where targeted pests
will feed.As the bait is consumed, the toxicant kills
the pest. Ch...
Definition: Technique of
capturing pests as a means to
identify, quantify or control
adult stages of an infestation.
 Concept: A
variety of
traps are
used to aid
the
inspection
process and
symptom
suppression.
Product formulations commonl...
Treatments placed in
areas not readily
accessible to residents,
employees or children
Done in a manner that
minimizes expo...
 Inside cabinets
 Inside wall voids
 Inside attics or
basement areas
 Inside tamper-proof
bait stations
 Above drop c...
Questions?
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PestControl.basf.us
BASF Corporation. All rights reserved.
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Pest treatment training

  1. 1. POINTE RESIDENTIAL PEST MANAGEMENT T R E AT M E NT TE C H N I Q U E S
  2. 2. Treatment techniques are the actions taken to solve pest problems.They are options that focus on how the prescriptions will be implemented.
  3. 3.  Definition: The application of small amounts of insecticide into cracks and crevices in which insects hide or through which they may enter a building. 
  4. 4. Concept: Deliver the insecticide to a specific location where it is likely to impact the pest with little or no impact on the area surrounding the treatment site. It is often used in sensitive areas where pesticide exposure is an important consideration. Product formulations commonly used: Residual insecticide, contact insecticide, bait
  5. 5.  Definition: Application to enclosed spaces where insects may live, hide or travel.
  6. 6.  Concept: Make the void uninhabitable or impassible (exclusion); or kill insects present within the void space. Product formulations commonly used: Residual dust, contact insecticide
  7. 7. Definition: Surface application to limited areas where insects are likely to be present not exceeding two square feet in area.
  8. 8.  Concept: Expose insects to insecticide as they come in contact with, congregate on or crawl across treated surfaces. Product formulations commonly used: Residual insecticide, microencapsulated, suspended concentrate, or WSG
  9. 9.  Definition: Treatment to a volume of space with relatively small amounts of non-residual insecticide with droplets having a mass median diameter of 20 microns or less to control the exposed stages of flying and crawling insects.
  10. 10.  Concept: Kill or control flying insects or crawling insects by exposing them to small droplets of insecticide delivered and dispersed into the air.The insecticide contacts the insect as the small droplets travel through the air or fall from suspension in the air. Contact insecticide Product formulations commonly used: Contact insecticide
  11. 11. Definition: Application of a wet spray to exposed insects within a localized area for immediate kill.
  12. 12.  Concept: Quickly kill exposed insects to prevent stings, bites or prevent insect movement to other areas. Product formulations commonly used: Contact, pressurized, fast acting contact products
  13. 13. Definition: Broadcast application to exterior areas of structures.
  14. 14.  Concept: Reduce pest pressures by impacting reservoir sites and interception zones around the home. Product formulations commonly used: Microencapsulated insecticide, granular insecticide, granular bait
  15. 15.  Definition: Protecting an area against pest access either by mechanical alteration or by rendering access points and harborage impassable via chemical repellency.
  16. 16.  Concept: Alter the environment so pests cannot pass through. Product formulations commonly used: Repellent dust, repellent residual spray, caulk, screening or other sealing material
  17. 17. Definition: The use of an attractive food matrix combined with an effective toxicant designed to kill the target pest. 
  18. 18.  Concept: Place bait in locations where targeted pests will feed.As the bait is consumed, the toxicant kills the pest. Choose best bait formulation based on target insect and treatment site. Product formulations commonly used: All bait formulations
  19. 19. Definition: Technique of capturing pests as a means to identify, quantify or control adult stages of an infestation.
  20. 20.  Concept: A variety of traps are used to aid the inspection process and symptom suppression. Product formulations commonly used: Pheromone trap, insect light trap, termite monitor, crawling insect monitor, glue board, mechanical rodent trap
  21. 21. Treatments placed in areas not readily accessible to residents, employees or children Done in a manner that minimizes exposure to vapors, aerosolized materials, or baits
  22. 22.  Inside cabinets  Inside wall voids  Inside attics or basement areas  Inside tamper-proof bait stations  Above drop ceilings  Out of reach of people
  23. 23. Questions?
  24. 24. Created by Pointe Pest Control using information from: PestControl.basf.us BASF Corporation. All rights reserved. P r e s c r i p t i o nT r e a t m e n t ® P e s t M a n a g e m e n t  2009 Regulation Update for Pest Management Professionals, Gary Fish, Board of Pesticides Control

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