When attempting to control ants with chemicals, the most basic options are direct application to the mounds or a broadcast application. It must be noted, that to reduce your ant populations, you must kill the queen. So either application of chemical control must meet that objective to be considered a success. In this article we review direct and broad cast applications for ant control.
Three main rodents invade our structures the Norway rat, Roof Rat and the House mouse. There is very large line of professional traps, glue boards, baits and bait stations for all your rat control needs. Knowing which product and their location is the harder part of rat control. The Norway rat has an average body […]
A rodenticide is a pesticide that kills rodents, mice and rats. There are typically 2 different types of groups of mice bait, anitcoagulants and non-anticoagulants. Anticoagulant rodenticides, comprise about 90% of all products available on the market. These cause death as a result of internal bleeding which causes the rodent‘s blood loses its clotting ability […]
The physical ability of the mouse is amazing as most homeowners can attest to their rapid speed when you are trying to trap them. Mice have been measured up to speeds of 12 feet per second and can jump an amazing 2 feet high. The mouse is an excellent climber and can scale any rough […]
Mouse snap traps can be highly effective tool for controlling mice. Here are some helpful tips on trapping mice with snap traps and the various kinds available. You may consider tying the bait securely t the trigger to prevent the rodent from licking or nibbling on the bait without setting the mechanism off. If for […]
HI just wondering about this item can it catch all kinds of birds and wondering what you bate this trap with thanks! For optimal trapping conditions, the area where a kage-all Pigeon Trap will be placed should be pre-baited for several days before the trap is introduced. Grain, cereal, fig bars, or dried […]