PelGar brings its R&D inhouse

After 5 years of operation, PelGar is to cease its operations at Church Farm Training Centre, near Basingstoke. During this time, in addition to being a unique training venue for PCO’s, the facility has been the centre for our insecticide efficacy testing and provided...

The brewing storm…

Climate change is happening and the question therefore is this; as our climate becomes progressively more uncharacteristic and extreme, what does this mean for us and more specifically what does this mean for the Pest Management industry? To start with a tangent....

Pests set to flourish during the Coronavirus outbreak

Pest control is already on the front line of public health around the world; given the situation we now find ourselves in it could prove even more essential. The closure of schools, pubs, restaurants, hotels, tourist attractions and other public places to enforce...

PelGar’s Coronavirus Policy

Pest control is an essential service to public health and pest problems will continue regardless of the increasing human isolation strategies globally. We anticipate that many pests will flourish as a direct result of decreased human activity in and around buildings....

Storms will drive displaced pests into human areas

With the back-to-back battering of two storm fronts resulting in widespread flooding across the UK it is appropriate to speculate what effects this will have on British wildlife, both non-pest and pest alike. Commenting on the likely impact of these recent storms,...

Tetramethrin reclassification

From 1st May 2020 all products containing ≥1.0% tetramethrin will be classed as category 2 carcinogens and must carry the H351 statement ‘Suspected of causing cancer’. For PelGar this includes its leading insecticides Cimetrol Super EW and Alphaban Super. However,...

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