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January/February 2015 – Vol57, Nr.1

Publication Date: 2015-01-15
Focus of this issue
  • International News in Brief
  • Association News
  • Special Feature: Pest Management in the Food Industry
  • Focus on Public Health
  • Focus on Agriculture
  • Focus on Animal Health
  • Books and Publications
Articles Index
  • CPA encourages farmers and industry to respond to endocrine disruption consultation
  • Pesticide control – very high level of compliance with MRLs
  • Goodbye Eurocido – Hello Pest-Protect 2016
  • FAOPMA holds 2014 AGM in Hong Kong
  • En16636 – ‘requirements and recommendations for the provision of pest management services’ receives EU wide approval
  • CEPA & CEN
  • Vector control, zoonoses and NTDs: emergent frontiers in global public health
  • Outbreak of Dengue in Tokyo
  • Softening the horror of pests in the food industry   .....   – Phil Shaw
  • Measuring up to mycotoxins in the food industry  .....  – Dr Terry Mabbett
  • Efficacy of a novel insecticide formulation in controlling German cockroaches  .....  – Partho Dhang and David Liszka
  • What makes an effective IPM programme in the food processing industry?
  • Show your pest management expertise with ACE certification
  • Are we adopting the right approach?
  • Parasitec, Paris: The place to be for European pest controllers in 2014
  • An introduction to the oxadiazine insecticide indoxacarb   .....   – Mark Hoppé
  • Pest controllers gather among the motorcycles of Birmingham  .....  – Clive Boase
  • Qualitative market research for better decisions and higher yields  .....  – Bert Spierings
  • 2014 and plant science in sustainable agriculture
  • Endure: The challenges facing IPM implementation in Europe
  • Pesticides and sustainable agriculture
  • Fire ants are no match for poison frogs
  • EU spends 7.5 million Euro on pest control
  • Single issue policies pose threat to UK agriculture
  • Partnering is key to improve bee health
  • Avian influenza is showing the strains!
  • Eradicating African Swine Fever
  • You Can’t Eat what Dosesn’t Grow – CAST Issue Paper 55
  • Heat Treatment for Insect Control – Developments and Applications  .....  – David Hammond
  • The UK Pesticide Guide 2015  .....  – Edited by Martin Lainsbury
  • Acheta’s Fumigation Handbook – Safe and Successful fumigation to minimise insect and mite attack  .....  – Mike Kelly
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International Pest Control

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International Pest Control (IPC) is an independent, bi-monthly magazine now in it’s 56th year of publication. It is the leading magazine in the world dealing with all aspects of pest prevention and eradication. 

Because pests recognize no national boundaries, these problems are approached increasingly from an international perspective. IPC provides authoritative reviews of pest control developments worldwide, with news, articles, reviews, features and comments.

It is published in the interest of everyone concerned with the control of infestation of all types – in agriculture; in food manufacturing, storage and distribution; in domestic, commercial and industrial premises. 

IPC keeps its readers informed of trends in new techniques, new chemicals, new products, and new methods of applying existing remedies – these are the practical tools of the pest control industry the world over. 

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