Tag Archives: Inspections

SPN: Preparing for Summer

The school year is rapidly coming to an end and that means cleaning, repairing, and reviewing your IPM records. This newsletter is to help you prepare for the summer and help your IPM program grow. Before school ends be sure to send out an email to your teachers and principals reminding them to take home classroom pets, food items (even the macaroni art), and other personal items you would like out of their classroom. At the same time, you might need to remind them to store those items… Read More →

School Pest News Volume 10, Issue 8

Contents Section 1 Crazy ants making tracks through South Central Texas. 1 Section 2 IPM and IAQ inspections can find open floor and wall penetrations. 2 Additional Information – University of Florida – Tight Spaces. 3 Section 1 Crazy ants making tracks through South Central Texas Travis County is one of the most recent areas of Texas to be invaded by crazies – in this case, Caribbean or Rasberry crazy ants, said entomologists with the Texas AgriLife Extension Service. Crazy ants get their name from their erratic movements… Read More →