THE KG PODCAST

Listen up! We have launched the brand new Killgerm podcast!​ Tune in to our new, fun and educational podcast today! Killgerm are proud to be one of the biggest leaders in the pest control industry. From launching innovative products, to having one of the best technical teams in the industry. We thrive on being the…

Scandinavian Acquisition Announced by Killgerm Group Ltd

Today, Killgerm Group Ltd is proud to announce the completion of its acquisition of Milluck AB. Founded in 2007 and based in Malmö, Sweden, Milluck is the market leading supplier to the professional pest control service market both in Sweden and elsewhere in Scandinavia.   Commenting on the acquisition, Rupert Broome, Killgerm Group Managing Director,…

Resistance to rodenticides leap-frogs to new areas

Rodenticide resistance in rats has been confirmed in several new areas by a Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide Use study. These include Durham, Northumberland, Tyneside and North Yorkshire, Greater Manchester and along the River Severn valley from Somerset to north west Shropshire, northern East Anglia and Devon. Surveillance in 2019 by University of Reading’s Vertebrate Pests…

Warfarin – A valuable tool for successful rodent control whilst minimising risk to non-target species.

  First-generation anticoagulants, such as warfarin, are less acutely toxic and are less persistent in animal tissues than the second-generation compounds. It may be assumed that they present a lower risk of both primary and secondary poisoning for non-target animals in most use situations. For CRUU Ireland Best Practice Requirements – Click HERE For these…

NPTA/Killgerm Training Day – Dudley (16th October 2019)

Village Hotel, Castlegate Dr, Dudley DY1 4TB   08:30 hrs Tea/Coffee and Registration 09:00 hrs Welcome & Introduction John Hope (NPTA) 09:15 hrs Industry Update Ian Turner (NPTA) 10:00 hrs New Products Killgerm ASM 10:30 hrs Bait Shyness Brady Hudson (Killgerm) 11:00 hrs Coffee Break 11:30 hrs Asbestos Awareness John Hope (NPTA) 12:15 hrs An…

The Industry Loses Fendona 6SC

Following on from the reclassification of Ficam D, Fendona is the next to feel the impact of re-registration. The evaluation of Fendona 6SC, submitted by BASF is complete. Although new authorisations have been granted, it has only been authorised for use in poultry houses and only against a limited range of pest species. Due to…