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Naturally Get Rid of Ants

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Have ant hills in your yard and think about do the ant control by yourself.  Don’t leave it uncontrolled because ants could build nests in the foam roofing insulation, they could even damage your outdoor blinds Melbourne.  It would be … read more »

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Creepy myths about bugs

Myths and exaggeration surrounding animals are common, particularly when it comes to the ‘creepy crawlies’ such as spiders, insects, and snakes. Often their abilities are overstated or behaviors are simply ‘invented’ which cause people to fear or loathe them. Jordan Larson of … read more »

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Does Frigid Weather Kill Insect Pests?

Does Frigid Weather Kill Insect Pests? NO! Fridged weather Does Not Reduce Pest Population Some Insect Species hibernate. Others Thrive Indoors with Us. The bone-chilling weather around the northeast and much of the nation does not mean that insect pests … read more »

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Keep pests off your holidays food

Do you have leftover holiday food?  Are you worried the clusters in the kitchen attract bugs? Here are some tips to keep pests off your kitchen.  Prevention is always a first line of defense against pests. Immediately wipe up any … read more »

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Identify a Spider

There are nearly 1000 different species of spiders located throughout the state of Texas.  Two venomous species of spiders, the black widow (Latrodectus mactans) and the brown recluse (Loxosceles reclusa) are commonly found in Texas. Both of these species of … read more »

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Free eBook for kids – Pest Detective

A great pest book is written for kids.  Adults will love it, too.  Join Millie, an 8-year-old insect lover, as she solves real-life pest mysteries with her father, a pest professional. Download the free Pest Detective eBook from National Pest … read more »

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Scary

  Invasion of brain eating insects Scientist have discovered an insect (Tyrannos necrotizing sauros fasciitis,) in several western states. These insects works their way through the ear canal into its victims brain and starts to eat inward towards the center … read more »

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Are your Pest Control Operators licensed and certified?

Chapter 1951 of the Texas Occupations Code (known as the Structural Pest Control Act) requires that all businesses and personnel who engage in the practice of pest control be licensed by the Texas Department of Agriculture through its Structural Pest … read more »

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Unwanted visiters

Boxelder bugs, Autumn is here and Boxelder bugs will try to move into homes during fall as they search for overwintering sites, often in large numbers. Fortunately, they do not bite people and are essentially harmless to property. When abundant, … read more »

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Organic vs. Non-Organic Pesitcides

Does it matter to use organic or non-organic pesticide? For our blue planet and next generation, it seems an important matter. Check the ingrendiants of the pesticides that your pest control company use. Even they claim that their are organic … read more »

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