Fumigants & Pheromones Digital Newsletter - Issue 136


Fumigants & Pheromones Newsletter












In this video, entomologist Patrick Kelley gives a quick identification guide to help you determine which clothes moth species you have. This guide breaks down the differences between Webbing clothes moths and Casemaking clothes moths. Clothes moths of both species feed on wool, fur, feathers, mohair, animal hair and other animal fibers.



Multi-species Attractants for Webbing & Casemaking Clothes Moths

What do you do when you find insect damage on expensive fabric? After calming down, the first thing on your list should be to create a plan to eliminate the pest. The first thing on that list should be to identify the insect.....READ MORE



IPM in Museums and Historic Homes

Up to 54% of museums and historic homes have reported damage from pests. Textiles, animal hides, taxidermy, wood works, natural fibers (like wool and feather), books, and paintings contain material that pests can exploit and do irreversible damage to. Having a good Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program is...READ MORE



Do-It-Yourself Low Oxygen (Anoxic) Treatments Now Available Through Insects Limited

Insects Limited is proud to announce that we have just recently partnered with Hanwell Solutions out of the United Kingdom to supply affordable and effective solutions to pest issues using...READ MORE





Stay Up-to-Date on Insects Limited's Latest Innovation

SightTrap powered by ForesightIPM gives you a high-tech tool for preventing problems before they happen. LEARN MORE