This video is important for anyone who uses or is affected by these rodenticide policy updates, as it will help you to better understand the changes and their impact. Stephen will also answer any questions that you may have about these changes.
Do not miss this second part to this video which addresses new changes to the EPA’s anticoagulant rodenticide policies.
On today’s edition of the Living The Wildlife Podcast, wildlife control consultant Stephen Vantassel continues his discussion on new changes to the Environmental Protection Agency’s anticoagulant rodenticides policies concerning licensing and labeling of pesticides with the goal of reducing the number of human exposures and non target exposures. The challenge with anticoagulant rodenticides is that there are secondary poisoning issues.
These changes will impact the way wildlife control professionals administer these pesticides, and Vantassel provides an overview of the changes and how they will affect the profession.
Anticoagulant rodenticides are a crucial tool in the arsenal of wildlife control professionals. This video is a valuable resource for professionals who need to know more about these products and the changes that are happening to them.
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