Why a pest control company says it doesn’t work in shrimp ponds

The pest control firm behind a pest-control system designed to keep shrimp alive in a shrimp pond said in an email to CBC News that its “effective and reliable pest control system” is not a pest management tool.

The pest management firm said the pest control unit in question has been tested on shrimp ponds in Florida, but it has never been used on shrimp.

“Pest management systems have been around for a long time, and have been successfully used for various purposes, including control of diseases,” the pest management company said.

“In fact, it has been proven to have negative results in shrimp populations.” “

In an email, the pest company wrote that the company was unable to “get the information we need from a pest company” and that it was “not responsible for any damage to our shrimp ponds.” “

In fact, it has been proven to have negative results in shrimp populations.”

In an email, the pest company wrote that the company was unable to “get the information we need from a pest company” and that it was “not responsible for any damage to our shrimp ponds.”

The pest-management company said it did not know why its system was not approved by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

The Florida Department says the pest-treatment system does not apply to shrimp ponds, and does not have a license.

“The pest management unit is not certified by the state, and we do not have any licensing requirements for pest management,” a spokeswoman said.

In a statement to CBC, the Florida DEAS said: “The state has no regulatory authority to approve or regulate pest control systems and we will not comment on the pest monitoring program. “

This is why this system is no longer approved by Florida’s Department of Health.”

In a statement to CBC, the Florida DEAS said: “The state has no regulatory authority to approve or regulate pest control systems and we will not comment on the pest monitoring program.

We have received complaints from residents about the application of this system and have taken steps to ensure that all residents are notified of this and the risks associated with using this system.”

The Florida DEIS said it does not license pest management units or inspect them.

“There are numerous pest control products out there that are designed to control certain pests, such as yellow fever and other diseases, and it is not clear to us that this is a pest mitigation product,” the DEIS spokesperson said.

The DEIS spokeswoman said it had not received any complaints from any residents about this pest-monitoring program, and said it was not working with the pest system to ensure the safety of residents or any other individuals in the shrimp ponds or on their property.