So What's hiding in your stored food ?
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Chapters 28
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"The Best Control"
by Stephen Tvedten
 

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"The Best Control" is a book written by Stephen Tveden.   With more than 30 years in the pest control business, Steve has researched and applied the methods of safe pest management successfully in over 350 schools.  The Best Control  is easily searched and contains a compilation of information, direction and advice currently being utilized by pest control  experts, schools and individuals all over the country.  It gives step-by-step directions for using common household items and other safe methods of  pest
problem solving that can be used to discourage and rid yourself of many of your worst pests.  This do-it-yourself approach can assist you to keep your family, school, business and neighborhood pesticide free.  The methods and materials recommended in this book are referred to as "Pestisafes" as opposed to "pesticides".  Pestisafe is a registered trademark of Stephen Tvedten.

Table of Contents

Chapters 1-10 OVERVIEW 

Chapter 11 - Things Grandma Probably Used for Pests

Chapter 12-13 - Synthetic Pesticide Poisons

Chapter 14 - Nothing but Ants

Chapter 15-17 - Lice, bed bugs and more

Chapter 18 - Fleas

Chapter 19 - Ticks and Mites?

Chapter 20-21 - Bees, Wasps, Hornets and more

Chapter 22 - MOSQUITOES

Chapter 23 - Spiders

Chapter 24-25 - SCORPIONS

Chapter 26 - Help!  Roaches

Chapter 27 - Help!  Something is eating my clothes!

Chapter 28 - So What's hiding in your stored food ?

Chapter 29 - Crickets

Chapter 30 - Flies

Chapter 31 - Beetles, Mites and more

Chapter 32 - Rodents and other Vertebrate Pests 

Chapter 33 - Bats

Chapter 34 -  Birds

Chapter 35 - Termites

Chapter 36- Safe Lawn and Garden Maintenance
 
 

 

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CHAPTER 28 
              STORED PRODUCT PESTS Page 523 
              PEST OVERVIEW Page 525 
              DETROIT FREE PRESS ARTICLE Page 526 
              CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW Page 527 
              GENERAL CONTROL OVERVIEW Page 527 
              CONFUSED FLOUR BEETLE & RED FLOUR BEETLE Page 529 
              SAW-TOOTHED GRAIN BEETLE AND MERCHANT GRAIN BEETLE Page 530 
              GRANARY WEEVIL AND RICE WEEVIL Page 531 
              CABINET OR WAREHOUSE BEETLES Page 532 
              LESSER GRAIN BORER Page 533 
              BEAN WEEVIL Page 533 
              BLACK CARPET BEETLE Page 534 
              DRUG STORE BEETLE Page 534 
              SEED BEETLE OR PEA AND BEAN WEEVIL Page 535 
              GRAIN MOTH OVERVIEW Page 535 
              ANGOUMOIS GRAIN MOTH Page 535 
              INDIAN MEAL MOTH Page 536 
              MEDITERRANEAN FLOUR MOTH Page 537 
              ALMOND MOTH Page 538 
              KHAPRA BEETLE Page 539 
              CADELLE BEETLE Page 540 
              SPIDER BEETLES Page 540 
              GOLDEN SPIDER BEETLE Page 541 
              CIGARETTE OR TOBACCO BEETLE Page 541 
              HIDE AND LARDER BEETLES Page 542 
              PESTS OF MOLDY, DAMP OR OUT-OF-CONDITION GRAIN AND GRAIN PRODUCTS 
              PSOCIDS Page 544 
              TRYOGLYPHID, CHEESE, FLOUR OR GRAIN MITES Page 544 
              OVERVIEW OF IPM GUIDELINES FOR STORED-PRODUCT INSECTS Page 545 
              INSPECTION, MONITORING AND DETECTION Page 546 
              EXCLUSION Page 547 
              SANITATION Page 547 
              MODIFYING THE ENVIRONMENT Page 547 
              HEAT OR COLD CONTROLS Page 548 
              TOXIC NOTE Page 548 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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