If you are a pest management professional who has practiced his/her craft for any length of time, you have surely been tested by one or more species of tramp ants. Argentine ants, fire ants, odorous house ants, tawny crazy ants, and pharaoh ants are persistent, difficult-to-control pests. But why? What makes a species a “tramp ant” and what characteristics do they have in common that make them among the most challenging of all structural pests? Find out in this informative Business Boosters Webinar, sponsored by MGK, and featuring renowned entomologist Stoy Hedges, author of the PCT Field Guide for the Management of Structure-Infesting Ants.