PelGar examines the impact of climate change on pest species and what this means for the pest management industry.
Pest control is an essential service to public health and pest problems will continue regardless of the increasing human isolation strategies globally. PelGar anticipates many pests will flourish as a direct result of decreased human activity in and around buildings through social distancing and lockdown measures.
Read PelGar's Coronavirus Policy to see how we aim to continue business as normal through this difficult period.
With two storm fronts resulting in widespread flooding across the UK, PelGar predicts what effects this will have on British wildlife, both non-pest and pest alike.
Find out more about the Tetramethrin reclassification from 1st May 2020
What happens when human-based pressures are placed on a pest species and how do they fight back? PelGar's technical manager Alex Wade takes us through the issues using bedbugs as an example...
Alex Wade, Pelgar's Technical Manager, takes a look at reprotoxins and how the introduction of 25ppm rodenticide baits in the EU affects professional pest control.
PelGar's technical experts seek to explain what makes an animal a pest, and consider whether there is still a place for pesticides, in this constantly evolving industry.
As a surge of mouse activity is reported in Australia, PelGar outlines some of the reasons for mouse plagues and potential outcomes
Conditions under which permanent baiting with rodenticide is allowed in the UK have been updated by the Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide Use to cover a critical difference between outdoor and indoor locations, find out more here
PelGar strengthens its team with the appointment of four new members of staff at its Alton headquarters and Church Farm Training Centre
Dr Jonathan Wade receives BPMA Lifetime Achievement Award
PelGar launches new brand identity at Pest Ex 2019, bringing the full range of rodenticide and insecticide products available from PelGar under one distinct brand so that customers can find them quickly and easily.
Supporting local and national projects, under its Conservation in Partnership initiative, is part of PelGar’s strategy to provide products and expertise to campaigns in the control of nuisance pests and vectors of disease.
Following a recent interview with PelGar an article entitled “Controlling the nation’s pests,” has appeared in the September issue of Over the Counter magazine
PelGar International is delighted to welcome Sandy MacKay as the new Head of its Technical Department, taking over the prestigious technical lead from company co-founder and Director Dr Jonathan Wade.
As the impact to the environment and non-target poisoning becomes an increased industry and public concern, PelGar’s technical manager Alex Wade explains some key differences between rodent species commonly mistaken for pests.
PelGar International has appointed Anna Wilson-Barnes as Marketing Manager, taking over the marketing function from Nic Blaszkowicz who will be concentrating on UK & Eire business management.
PelGar International was winner of the ‘Best Global Pest Control Products Provider 2018’ in the UK Enterprise Awards programme run by SME News magazine.
PelGar has been active with a new Conservation in Partnership (CiP) initiative on the island of Samoa. The Manumea, is the closest relative to the Dodo and is only found in Samoa, but there are now estimated to be less than a few hundred birds left.
PelGar International has received approval in New Zealand for its natural insecticide product – PyGar.
In a recent article published in International Pest Control July/August 2016, Alex Wade, Technical Manager, PelGar International explains that there are different types of resistance.
PelGar International has announced that its new insecticide product Cimetrol Super is now available from stockists. The newly launched Cimetrol Super is the next generation of product for the control of insects and is better than ever.
PelGar International has announced the acquisition of AB Bait, the sales and marketing group for Brigand rodenticides in the USA. The North American business will operate under the PelGar USA brand.
A Company Profile about PelGar International appeared in the November / December 2015 issue of International Pest Control magazine.
In the August 2015 issue of PPC magazine Nic Blaszkowicz outlines the implications of the forthcoming insecticide product withdrawals.
In May 2015 PelGar International announced the acquisition of pesticide manufacturing company Agropharm Ltd which has manufacturing and packing facilities in Telford, Shropshire.
PelGar International announces the winners of its 2015 PhotoRatic competition. Judging was made with the help of the editor of Pest Magazine.
PelGar International supplies both rodenticide blocks and pellets into the Burkina Faso which are distributed by Prophyma, the local subsidiary of Savana based in Bobo Dioulasso.
James Heffernan from Ackill Pest Control explains how PelGar products helped with a very tricky pest control problem. The story was told in the July and August 2014 issue of Pest magazine.