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    0 Pest Controls Day

    En ECONTROL importamos, distribuimos y ponemos al alcance del Controlador Profesional los productos, equipos, suministros e insumos de mayor valor agregado para la Industria del Control de Plagas.

    2 Epidemiological Bulletin National Epidemiological Surveillance System Single Information System

    The Epidemiological Bulletin of the National Epidemiological Surveillance System, the Unified Information System, is the official means of disseminating the morbidity of the National Epidemiological Surveillance System (SINAVE) and represents one of the main substantive activities of the General Directorate of Epidemiology. This document dates from 1880, and has evolved at the same pace as the epidemiological surveillance system in Mexico.

    Ants communicate by mouth-to-mouth fluid exchange
    0 Ants communicate by mouth-to-mouth fluid exchange

    The study from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland, suggests Florida carpenter ants can collectively influence their communities by shifting the cocktail of proteins, hormones and other small molecules that they pass mouth-to-mouth to one another and their young through a process called trophallaxis.

    Bee Aware: Humane Bee Removal Helps Us All
    43 Bee Aware: Humane Bee Removal Helps Us All

    We’ve all experienced that twinge of dread when we notice increased bee activity near our homes, especially when we find them inside the house! Besides the fear of a bee sting, the weight of honeybee colonies and seeping honey, wax and waste can cause serious structural damage to a home. For these reasons, we want to remove bees that come a little too close for comfort. But it’s important to ensure that honey bees are removed in a way that doesn’t harm them — and you don’t even have to be an animal or nature lover to understand why.

    Biting Insects 101: Overview of Pests That Bite
    0 Biting Insects 101: Overview of Pests That Bite

    Some biting pests such as mosquitoesfleas and ticks are most active during the warmer months. Others, like bed bugs, are active year round but become a larger concern with increased summer travel. Mosquitoes, fleas, ticks and bed bugs don’t bite out of self-defense. No, they’re biting you to get their next blood meal. And, while some biting insects merely cause itchy welts on the skin, others pose more serious health threats. Use this guide to learn everything there is to know about common biting pests.

    Better pest management doesn’t mean more chemicals
    0 Better pest management doesn’t mean more chemicals

    In the past, pest management in museums and other collection holding institutions often involved regular applications of toxic chemicals to collection areas and actual collections. Health and safety concerns have led institutions to move away from this approach in favor of preventive and protective measures that are not based on chemicals. This strategy involves numerous measures used in combination and is commonly termed “integrated pest management” or IPM.

    How is a dream born? How does an idea arise? I do not know, I think it's forming little by little ...
    1 How is a dream born? How does an idea arise? I do not know, I think it's forming little by little ...

    A few months ago I was before a moment of those that change your life, without thinking, or planning everything that gave me stability changed, I left my comfort zone abruptly and this triggered a number of emotions and very varied feelings: surprise, anger, frustration, disappointment, fear and the loss of what until then he believed was a life status.

    0 Insects resist genetic methods to control disease spread, study finds

    The research, reported in the journal Science Advances, combines advanced genetic and statistical analyses to show how certain genetic and behavioral qualities in disease-carrying insects, like mosquitoes, make these species resistant to genetic manipulation.

    See Fire Ants Create Towers From Their Own Bodies
    0 See Fire Ants Create Towers From Their Own Bodies

    To gain insights on how to program swarms of tiny robots, scientists are studying one of nature’s most cohesive species—fire ants.

    Econtrol and 6SenseAI Announce Joint Venture
    0 Econtrol and 6SenseAI Announce Joint Venture

    MEXICO CITY — Econtrol, a pest control product distributor based in Mexico City, announced a joint venture with San Francisco-based 6SenseAI, a leading AI and big data-powered marketing cloud.

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