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DIY Pest Control and ContraPest

DIY Pest Control and ContraPest

What does DIY stand for? It stands for do it yourself. There are a lot of tasks in which people like to do themselves. For instance, mowing the lawn and landscaping, home improvement projects, and yes even do it yourself pest control. With ContraPest being available direct to consumers within 47 states* we allow individuals… Read More »

New Year, New Home

New Year, New Home - 2021 Rat Free Home

2021 is underway, and it is time to ensure your New Year’s Ratsolutions are in full swing. Most people look at a healthy year with new workout routines and eating better, to saving money and getting the home organized after the holiday season.  As you think about the different changes you want to make after… Read More »

ContraPest Subscription: The Gift that Keeps on Giving

Who doesn’t love their crockpot this time of year? When it comes to that “set it and forget it” convenience, you can’t go wrong with a ContraPest subscription. A liquid contraceptive control tool that works in both male and female rats, ContraPest reduces both the size and number of pups per litter for noticeably decreased… Read More »

Celebrate the Season of Giving with ContraPest

Giving with ContraPest

While we might not all gather this season the way we have for holidays of yesteryear, there is still plenty to celebrate. ‘Tis the season for sweet treats, savory snacks, and festive food, first and foremost. Of course, there is also the quest for the perfect present… and that’s where SenesTech suits up as Santa… Read More »

Control Your Holiday Guest List with IPM at Home

IPM at home

Your guest list might be shorter than usual this year as COVID-19 continues to require social distancing measures. Fortunately, practicing Integrated Pest Management or IPM at home will help keep uninvited guests like rats off your list and out of your home. IPM at Home for the Holidays As we’ve witnessed during this pandemic, rats… Read More »

Understanding California Law AB 1788

Bill AB 1788 Passed

Last month, California officially passed into law Bill AB 1788, aimed at eliminating the use of most lethal rodenticides. Governor Gavin Newsom signed AB 1788, “The California Ecosystems Protection Act” on September 29, banning the use of second-generation anticoagulant rodenticides (SGARs) statewide, with a few key exceptions. What will this mean for pest control and… Read More »

Countdown to PestWorld 2020!

PestWorld 2020 event

Our team at SenesTech is eager to attend PestWorld 2020 where industry leaders come together to discuss the evolution of pest management and our roles as change-makers within it. This year, marking the 87th annual event, PestWorld will be hosted as a virtual conference, in keeping with the remote trends necessitated by COVID-19. In a… Read More »

SenesTech Understands the Unique Challenges of Animal Markets

In honor of our attendance at this year’s 95th annual Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA) Conference, we are taking a moment between virtual events to reflect on the pest control challenges facing animal markets like these. Part of taking care of your animals requires safeguarding them from exposure to pests. As we all know,… Read More »

2020 AZA Annual Conference Celebrates Connection from a Safe Distance

2020 AZA Annual Conference

Despite the continued need for social distancing, the SenesTech team is excited to connect with fellow attendees at this year’s Association of Zoos & Aquariums’ virtual-only conference. Always eager for a chance to meet new faces and collaborate with industry thought leaders, the SenesTech team is looking forward to attending the 2020 AZA Annual Conference.… Read More »

DC Health Project Primes SenesTech for Commercial Success

DC Health

It’s one thing to realize success in a lab. It’s another entirely to translate that success into the real world, especially on a larger scale. Never one to shy from a challenge, the SenesTech team put ContraPest to the test by partnering with DC Health to combat the city’s notorious rat problem. The goal was… Read More »