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7:27 min. Video on Integrated Pest Management from Rutgers University School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
40 min. Video ~ Rutgers University A comprehensive bed bug educational video discusses history of bed bugs, bed bug biology, monitoring and inspecting methods, how to prepare and conduct bed bug treatments.
Bed Bug TV, hosted by Jeff White, is an online video series that discusses different topics and answers questions in regards to bed bugs.
4:15 min. Video on research by Rutgers University Jeff White discusses how research recently conducted at Rutgers University has shed light on the impact interception devices have on low level bed bug infestations (less than 10 bed bugs). This research demonstrated that 50% of low level bed bug infestations can be eliminated solely through the installation of interception devices around the bed and along the baseboards throughout homes.
5:52 min. Video Encasements can be used as a way to protect bedding from bed bugs, help identify infestations as early as possible and assist in the control of a known bed bug infestation. Encasements used in conjunction with traps and making the bed an island can prevent people from being bitten while they sleep. The most important aspect of the installation is to remember to do anything possible to reduce tearing of the box spring encasement so that bugs cannot get in or get out.
6 Minute video on proper inspection of beds.
8:44 min. Video Jeff White demonstrates the proper way to use a steam machine to treat for bed bugs. It has been well documented that the heat created by most steamers is enough to kill both bed bugs and their eggs on contact. This is a great treatment method for different types of upholstered furniture as well as other areas of the home. Protocol states that on most surfaces one-inch per second is the recommended rate to move the steam attachment.
In these videos Entomologist, Jeff White, explains how SenSci Activ bed bug lure and Sensci Volcano work.
1 min. video From: PestWorld.org One of the more widespread pests, one out of five people have had a bed bug infestation or knows someone who has encountered them. Here's everything you need to know about them, including surprising places they can be found and why they're attracted to humans.
1 min. video From: PestWorld.org Although small in size, bed bugs can quickly reproduce and survive for months without feeding, allowing undetected infestations to rapidly grow. Learn more about the life cycle of these pests.
New App Helps Users Identify, Prevent and Control Bed Bugs