Jeff Rasmussen PCA Nov 10
You know, over 20 years of being a licensed pest control advisor, you learn a couple of things over many years, and an ideal is we first and foremost manage pest, both good and bad in our fields. And so, you know, it's the last thing that we would use a a organic or a conventional pesticide to mitigate pest populations.
The mode of actions have changed over the years.
Yes, absolutely. And that's what's changed significantly over the last 20 years is we were kind of limited on our mode of actions. And now it's actually got more complicated in many aspects is we've gotten very good. I call them almost biological control, and we're going after very specific timings of the insect and their lifecycle and the mode of action in which we're killing them. And they're much safer than the broad spectrums we used to be used before.