Perfect Pest Solutions Ltd
Perfect Pest Solutions is a professional pest control company established in 2019 to provide residential, commercial, and industrial pest control and extermination services for customers in the province of British Columbia (Vancouver, North and West Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam,Port Coquitlam,Port Moody, and New Westminster).
Dr. Gholamreza Abbaszadeh, the founder of PPS, holds a Ph.D. degree in “Entomology” with outstanding awards, recognitions, and more than 20 years of experience in the pest control industry.
Having academic knowledge about pest ecology and behavior helps to prepare an effective pest control plan which not only makes customers satisfied but also decreases costs and saves money and time. So this is important because customers need a company that can solve their problems fast and at a reasonable cost.
Knowledge-based decision-making process anticipates, limits, and eliminates or prevents pest problems, ideally before they have become established. In short, we listen carefully to our customers and inspect the location thoroughly then combine several strategies to achieve long-term pest solution.
Why choose Perfect Pest Solutions?
Perfect Pest Solutions follows integrated pest management (IPM) strategies to achieve long-term and environmentally sound pest suppression through the use of a wide variety of technological and management practices, considering pesticides as the last resort. So that, we can really claim that our services are Perfect.
Relying on pesticides without considering safer means of control has resulted in many adverse consequences. There is growing public concern over the environmental effects of pest control products. Companies are developing more eco-friendly products to appeal to changing customers’ concerns. This company’s goal is to help customers to get rid of pests by appropriate control methods and products, based on IPM.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations defines IPM as “the careful consideration of all available pest control techniques and subsequent integration of appropriate measures that discourage the development of pest populations and keep pesticides and other interventions to levels that are economically justified and reduce or minimize risks to human health and the environment.” (frontiers)
More about the founder
Dr. Gholamreza Abbaszadeh has also presented various pest-related workshops and participated in the workshops held by other organizers like the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Research on pest management, writing pest control guides, teaching pest-related courses in the universities, training pest biology and control, developing pest management plans and supervising the control practices, are some of other works done by him during these years.
He has received outstanding academic awards including the Gurprasad Pradhan Medal for the best Ph.D. student, the IARI Merit Medal for outstanding academic performance in the doctor of philosophy degree program, The best student award for outstanding academic performance in Master`s degree, and several recognition letters in the past years.
He has published many pest control guides and research articles in various scientific journals like Journal of Insect Science, National Academy Science Letters, Biopesticides International, International symposium on “new processes and applications for plant and microbial products”, Pesticide Research Journal, Communications in Agricultural and Applied Biological Sciences, etc.
United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) defines IPM as an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest management that relies on a combination of common-sense practices. IPM programs use current, comprehensive information on the life cycles of pests and their interaction with the environment. This information, in combination with available pest control methods, is used to manage pest damage by the most economical means, and with the least possible hazard to people, property, and the environment.
- Abbaszadeh, G. 2014. Efficacy of different insecticides against Dubas bug, Ommatissus lybicus (Deberg) Aschae and Wilson. Ann. Pl. Protec. Sci. 22 (2): 240-243.
- Abbaszadeh G, Srivastava C, Walia S. 2014. Insecticidal and antifeedant activities of clerodane diterpenoids isolated from the Indian bhant tree, Clerodendron infortunatum, against the cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera. J. of Insect Sci. 14:29.
- Abbaszadeh, G., Srivastava, C. and Walia, S. (2012) Comparative insect growth inhibitory activity of Clerodendron infortunatum L. (Verbenaceae) and azadirachtin against cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner). Biopestic. Int. 8(2): 147-155.
- Abbaszadeh, G., Srivastava, C. and Walia, S. (2012) Insect growth inhibitory activity of clerodane diterpenoids isolated from Clerodendron infortunatum L. against cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner). Natl. Acad. Sci. Lett. DOI 10.1007/s40009-012-0077-z.
- Abbaszadeh, G., Srivastava, C. and Walia, S. (2012) Bioactivities of clerodane diterpenoids isolated from Indin bhant tree (Clerodendron infortunatum L.) against cotton bollworm (Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner)). International symposium on “new processes and applications for plant and microbial products”. 14-15 February, New Delhi, India.
- Abbaszadeh, G., Samih, M.A., Hooshiar, H. and Bagheri, A. (2011) Study of host range of Hishimonus phycitis (Dist.) and effect of lime growth conditions on its reproduction and WBDL intensity. Ann. Pl. Protec. Sci. 19(2): 360-363.
- Abbaszadeh, G., Srivastava, C., Walia, S. and Gautam, R.D. (2011) Insecticidal and antifeedant activity of aqueous fraction of Indian bhant tree, Clerodendron infortunatum L. (Verbenaceae) on cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner). Ann. Pl. Protec. Sci. 19(2): 380-382.
- Abbaszadeh, G., Srivastava, C., Walia, S. and Gautam, R.D. (2011) Insect growth inhibitory activity of aqueous fraction of Indian bhant tree, Clerodendron infortunatum L. (Verbenaceae) on cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner). Pestic. Res. J. 23(2): 181-184.
- Abbaszadeh, G., Sayedoleslami, H., Samih, M. A. and Hatami, B. (2011) Ecological, cultural and pheromonal studies on pistachio wood borer, Kermania pistaciella Amsel (Lepidoptera: Oinophilidae). Ann. Pl. Protec. Sci. 19(1): 25-28.
- Abbaszadeh, G., Ameri, A. and Torabizadeh, M. (2011) Evaluation of different groups of insecticides on Asian citrus psylla, Diaphorina citri K. (Homoptera: Psyllidae). Pestic. Res. J. 23(1): 52-54.
- Abbaszadeh, G., Dhillon, M.K., Srivastava, C. and Gautam, R.D. (2011) Effect of climatic factors on bioefficacy of biopesticides in insect pest management. Biopestic. Int. 7(1): 1-14.
- Abbaszadeh, G., Samih, M. A. and Torabizadeh, M. (2010) Behavioural responses of Sodom`s apple fruit fly, Dacus Longistylus Wiedeman to yellow sticky trap and attractant. Ann. Pl. Protec. Sci. 18(2): 400-402.
- Abbaszadeh, G., Samih, M. A. and Izady, H. (2007) Behavioral responses of Sodom`s apple fruit fly, Dacus Longistylus Wiedeman to attractant and shape, hight and distance of yellow sticky traps from the host plant, 59th International Symposium of Crop Protection, Belgium. p. 150.
- Abbaszadeh, G., Sayedoleslami, H., Samih, M. A. and Hatami, B. (2006) Bio-ecology of pistachio twig borer, Kermania pistaciella Amsel ( Lepidoptera: Oinophilidae ) in Rafsanjan and Isfahan, Iran. Comm. Appl. Biol. Sci. 71(2): 563-569.