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As summer winds down and we prepare for fall and winter – are your school buildings ready? Did you know a typical house mouse only needs the size of a dime (1/4 inch) to squeeze into your building? The average roof rat or Norway rat only needs the size of a quarter to enter a structure. Crickets, outdoor cockroaches and other crawling pests can gain entrance into your structure with less than ¼-inch gap under a door.
DATE: Thursday, September 6 at 10 AM Central Time.
If you’re interested on how to keep pests out of your building, attend the Urban Integrated Pest Management eXtension web site webinar on Pest Proofing and Exclusion on Sept 6, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. CDT (11 AM EDT).