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14th Fumigants & Pheromones conference to be hosted in Zimbabwe

11 November 20192 min reading

Insects Limited, Inc. and Fumigation Service & Supply, Inc. will be hosting the 14th Fumigants & Pheromones Conference at Elephant Hills Resort in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, May 12-14, 2020. The Fumigants & Pheromones Conference was started in 1993 in Lubeck, Germany. Its purpose was to gather like-minded companies together under a common cause: Sharing Through Education. Since the first conference in Germany, there have been biennial meetings in Bologna, Valencia, Copenhagen, Thessaloniki, Adelaide, Indianapolis, York, Monterrey, and Bremen. This is the first conference in Africa. This educational conference will offer new information and technologies regarding ways to protect stored products. The speakers are some of the premier specialists in the world. They will be presenting information from their experiences to help you and your company perform your jobs better and hopefully safer; safer to you, your products, and to the environment. Victoria Falls offers a backdrop of one of the “7 Natural Wonders of the World” to this exciting and informative 3-day conference. Dave Mueller, Conference Organizer, stated: “Much like our 12th Fumigants & Pheromones Conference in Adelaide, Australia, this stored product protection conference in Victoria Falls will reach an all new group of delegates. In Adelaide over 60% of the attendees were from Australia and most had never attended a Fumigants & Pheromones Conference before. That is why we decided to have this conference in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, to reach a new group of people. After 27 years, this is our first time to offer this educational program in the giant continent of Africa.” For more information and conference registration visit www.insectslimited.com.

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