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  • Ultimate Guide To Termite Extermination

    By writer | 5 months ago

    If you have termites in your home, it’s extremely important that you take care of them right away through pest control. Not only are termites horrible to have to march around your home, they can also be extremely dangerous. That’s because your entire house is at risk. Even if it isn’t made entirely of wood,…

  • Pest Control Methods Not Working? When To Hire A Professional

    By writer | 5 months ago

    Are you trying to get rid of pests like ants or bed bugs from your home, but your efforts don’t seem to be working? Is time to call in the professionals to sort out the pest problem or is there anything else you can do to get rid of these unwanted visitors?

  • When And How To Use Liquid Fertilizers And Natural Bug Repellents

    By writer | 5 months ago

    For a lot of families, it can be important to use healthy and safe products for their family. Liquid fertilizers and natural products like mosquito repellent and essential oils can be extremely important to keep insects at bay because they help your children and the adult members of the family too to stay away from…

  • Get Rid Of Springtail Bugs In Your Home & Garden

    By writer | 6 months ago

    If you have a springtail infestation in your home or garden you want to make sure that you get rid of them before they can become a nuisance for you and your family. While they don’t cause any serious damage to your home, they can actually bite and that is definitely something you’ll want to…

  • Everything You Need To Know About Gypsy Moth Caterpillars

    By writer | 7 months ago

    When summer comes, most people worry about all sorts of different pest problems that the good sunny weather brings with it. For the most part, it is always about mosquitoes, Lone star ticks, and seed ticks among many other pests. These critters not only destroy crops as they feed on the stems and leaves, but…

  • How To Get Rid Of Spider Mites

    By writer | 7 months ago

    Most growers around the world know about spider mites. As part of the mite family and closely related to ticks and spiders, these little insects are some of the most destructive pests known to farmers. Sometimes referred to as the two-spotted spider mites, red spider mites, or spruce spider mites, these little creatures are rather…

  • Do Sawflies Sting?

    By writer | 7 months ago

    Sawflies are probably the most confusing lot of the insect world. They do not have any particular specific look because they keep changing as they grow. Sawfly larvae look like little slugs then they slowly start looking like caterpillars and then eventually end up looking like a cross between a fly and a wasp. Considering…

  • Fall Season Is Here – How To Get Rid Of Squash Bugs

    By writer | 7 months ago

    Commonly found in North America, Squash Bugs are damage causing pests that typically attack plants within the cucurbit family. They are particularly fond of the squash plant, hence the name. The adults are also commonly referred to as Stink Bugs or Leaf-Footed Beetles. The damage these little buggers—or rather the nymphs—can cause is immense and,…

  • Does Growing Vegetables Indoors Attract Insects?

    By writer | 7 months ago

    Does growing vegetables indoors attract insects? The answer is: not entirely. Although sometimes it seems like they do. The distinction, however, is that indoor plants or vegetables don’t typically send out signals that attract bugs that are just passing by like flowers that attract butterflies and bees for pollination purposes. The bugs you see or…

  • Are Ticks To Blame For Meat Allergies?

    By aginginplace | 8 months ago

    In cultures around the world, sitting down for dinner—sometimes en masse—is a staple for dietary practice, playing a significant role in the community and interpersonal relationships. Often, these meals include some form of meat, specifically beef and pork. In fact, we as Americans average consume about 270 pounds of meat per person, every year—more than…

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