Managing Bed Bugs
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Barbara P. Ogg, Extension Educator
Fred P. Baxendale, Extension Entomologist
Clyde L. Ogg, Extension Educator, Pesticide Education
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ging Bed Bugs
Human bed bugs are found worldwide and spread
through human travel. Over the past decade bed
bug infestations have signiﬁcantly increased in the
U.S. and other parts of the world. Experts speculate
that increased travel, changes in insecticide
use patterns, and insecticide resistance may be
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Managing bed bugs Sanitation is one of the keys
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Working with a pest control professional Success
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