Dr Thomas Chouvenc, Associate Professor at the Ft Lauderdale Research and Education Center of the University of Florida, explores the life cycle of a termite colony, which in some cases can span many decades.
In termite management work, documentation will often refer to ‘best practice’ methods. James Wallace, Manager at Wymark Insurance Brokers explains what this really means.
Successful termite management means being skilled in non-invasive control methods, such as dusting and baiting, as well as more traditional methods.
Achieving maximum success with termite baits comes down to accurate placement and professional installation.
Dr Theodore Evans, Associate Professor at the University of Western Australia in Perth, explores termite nest structure, location, development, mobility and foraging behaviour and how this impacts the choice of termite treatment.
Termseal has a long-standing reputation for delivering termite solutions designed for Australian termites and conditions.