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Dr Volker Gutsmann – Bayer Environmental Scientist knows a good product when he sees one. Discover the science behind Suspend Flexx and why it really does make for a better life for both you and your customers.
Find out why Suspend Flexx is so effective on complex surfaces such as mulch and why it can save you money while still achieving great results.
Leave no stone unturned! Are you missing some of these key gel baiting spots?
This quick video chats about the advantages of using a baiting system over the traditional termite methods.
This quick 30-second video explains how and why Agenda Termite Bait from Bayer works so well
Watch this quick video to ensure you are preparing the Agenda bait correctly. Agenda bait is so easy to use, that we could explain it in 40 seconds.
The Agenda above-ground termite baiting system is an innovative way to stop termites in their tracks. Learn how to set this up properly.
Above-ground termite baiting systems are a fantastic and innovative system to eliminate termite colonies. Learn how to set-up and correctly install above-ground stations and up your termite game.
No digging, no drilling, flexible and effective bait stations. Discover the other fantastic benefits of using on-ground stations for termite baiting.
When and how to install and use an on-ground termite baiting station. Let's take a closer look at Bayers Agenda in this quick video.
Avoid making the mistake other pest controllers have made in the past.
Learn what to expect from the termite baiting maintenance procedure.
Treating different surfaces requires knowing and understanding the surface, as well as knowing what your chemicals can do ...
Getting the correct application is not as easy as you may think. Services like smooth wood can cause run off and stains customers will not be happy about ...
Retaining walls are great spaces for pests such as ants, spiders and cockroaches to harbour. Our experts at bayer talk you through how to treat these areas.
You may find difficulties in garden beds with ants, spiders and other pests living amongst the mulch or other difficult to treat areas ...
Often times you will need to get down on all fours and inspect in the cracks and crevices that are sometimes in those hard to reach spots ...
Identifying areas that pose a high risk to food build up is essential to maintaining a successful Integrated Pest Management Plan ...
Cockroaches are thigmotactic pests, which means they prefer to hide in tight places where they have something touching either side of their body. When treating kitchens, pest controllers can overlook critical hiding spots ...
When using a dust during treatment you should be thinking about the area that surrounds you before you apply the dust. Dust can easily contaminate a food ...
We have done the inspection and know where the main problem pest areas are. Now we need to formulate a plan for where and how to treat for pests, and which types of product to use. And where not to treat.
A treatment plan will include outdoor areas, where cockroaches can hide during the day.
Splashbacks and commercial equipment can create large cavities, suitable for dust treatments. Be mindful about where cockroaches might relocate after a dust treatment.
Apply a small amount of dust into cracks and crevices, usually from below rather than from above, being careful not to allow any dust to drift out of an application entrance.
After applying the liquid treatment and the dust, we look at applying cockroach baits. We do this to avoid placing baits – a food source – away from the other cockroach treatments.
The treatment plan starts at the initial thorough inspection. We then know where to apply the liquid treatment and the cockroach dust, and then place the cockroach baits in appropriate locations.