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Continuing Education Pest Control
Continuing Education Pest Control
Why are bedbugs hard to kill?
  1. They can live for over one year without feeding
  2. They are hard to find
  3. There are few low-toxicity products that you can apply to a mattress or bedding
  4. All of the above
  5. None of the above
Continuing Education Pest Control
When in the heart, heartworms congregate in the:
  1. Right ventricle
  2. Right atrium
  3. Left ventricle
  4. Left atrium
Continuing Education Pest Control
As a PMP, which of these basic guidelines should you not follow when applying pesticides in a home or other structure?
  1. Use great care every time you apply pesticides.
  2. Talk to your clients and involve them in the pest management plan.
  3. Rely on a rigid spray schedule.
  4. Be well informed about the target pest, the site, and the specifics of the operation.
Continuing Education Pest Control
Which tick species is known to transmit Lyme disease?
  1. The lone star tick
  2. The deer tick
  3. The blacklegged tick
  4. All of the above
Continuing Education Pest Control
Which of the following suggestions are ideas that would help control ticks?
  1. Keep grass cut to 3 inches or less in height
  2. Water your lawn only once a week
  3. Install a chimney screen
  4. Fence off yard to block access of free-roaming wild animals
  5. a, c, and d
  6. a and b
Continuing Education Pest Control
Why are Pharaoh ants especially hard to control?
  1. They are immune to most modern pesticides.
  2. You can't see them.
  3. Each colony has several queens.
  4. They move from house to house before the treatment is complete.
Continuing Education Pest Control
Which of the following nest sites are not common for yellowjackets?
  1. Under mulch near bushes
  2. Underground near the root system of trees
  3. Inside wall voids and attics
  4. Under a porch railing
Continuing Education Pest Control
Choose the following information that is necessary for effective pest management.
  1. Proper identification of the pest
  2. A list of the factors that attracted the pest to the site
  3. Good information about control methods, both chemical and non-chemical
  4. All of the above
Continuing Education Pest Control
Which of the following statements are false?
  1. Mice eat only grains.
  2. Mice feed as many as 15-20 times each day.
  3. A mouse can fit through an opening the size of a nickel.
  4. The house mouse is nocturnal.
Continuing Education Pest Control
What areas would you not check when looking for rodent entrance points around a building?
  1. The openings around water and sewer pipes, other utility lines, and exhaust fan vents
  2. Exterior walls and soffits
  3. The roof
  4. Windows and doors
  5. Foundations (both above and below ground)
Continuing Education Pest Control
Continuing Education Pest Control
Which of the following environments are not preferred by the German cockroach?
  1. Bathroom
  2. Basement with poor sanitation
  3. Kitchen
  4. Attic
Continuing Education Pest Control
Continuing Education Pest Control
What is the most important thing you can do to ensure personal and public safety when applying pesticides?
  1. Check the expiration date of the product
  2. Let your company office know when you are exposed to pesticides
  3. Wear protective clothing
  4. Read the label
  5. Ask permission to treat common areas
Continuing Education Pest Control
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