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Adrian Culpepper speaks on the 2nd Annual Termite Workshop. PHOTO: DOUG FOSTER

Pest administration professionals (PMPs) from Indiana, Michigan and Ohio met for the 2nd Annual Termite Workshop on the Hilton Backyard Inn in Edinburgh, Ind.

A three way partnership between the Indiana Pest Management Association (IPMA) and BASF introduced contributors collectively for a classroom and “fingers on” within the area studying expertise. Vesaris was additionally a co-sponsor of the half day occasion.

Adrian Culpepper and Dr. Jason Meyers, each of BASF, introduced on matters of apparatus calibration, bait station placement, constructing measurement, greatest practices and product stewardship.

IPMA is a non-profit group that gives coaching and schooling alternatives for its membership all through the Hoosier state.


Dr. Jason Meyers presents on the 2nd Annual Termite Workshop. PHOTO: DOUG FOSTER

Culpepper has served in numerous capacities with BASF since 2014 and at the moment is a pest management area consultant for Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and West Virginia.

Dr. Meyers has been with BASF since 2008 and at the moment serves as a market improvement specialist. He has levels from Missouri State College and the College of Arkansas, and his doctorate from Texas A&M.

In different IPMA information, the affiliation is gearing up for its 2023 scholarship software season. The IPMAprovides the next scholarships to people attending an institute of upper studying: The Steve Durnil Indiana Pest Administration Affiliation Household Scholarship, The Indiana Pest Administration Affiliation Memorial Scholarship, and the Duane Edwards/Arab Pest Management Scholarship. Extra data will be discovered on-line at

About Indiana Pest Administration Affiliation

The Indiana Pest Administration Affiliation has over 200 members. The non-for-profit group gives coaching and schooling of the pest management trade all through the Hoosier state.


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