Breadfruit—a fruit that’s plentiful in certain tropical regions and serves as a dietary staple in those areas—had for a long time been known to have strong insect-repelling qualities.
Here’s an unappetizing reality: every day, numerous food-related businesses across the country are closed down by various officials or agencies due to unsanitary conditions and other health hazards, which often include insect and rodent infestations.
If you have beautiful trees on your property (or just in your neighborhood) you would probably hate to see them damaged or injured in any way. Unfortunately, right about this time of year, many people often come to the disappointing realization that some of their beloved trees or plants have suffered damage over the summer as a result of a tiny enemy: insects.
While bed bugs are a continuing concern in many areas—especially large cities—there are some places that tend be particularly at risk of an infestation of these dreaded pests.
This is the time of year when insects start making their plans for the winter. Some species tend to be “snowbirds,” meaning they migrate to warmer areas during the winter season. But many other types of insects—such as ladybugs and stink bugs—simply seek out a warm place to hunker down for the winter. Ideally, they want someplace warm and dry
A warm stretch of weather extending later into fall than usual may be welcome by many people—but there may also be some insect-related downsides that most of us probably won’t be too happy about.
Bug control goes way beyond blasting your home with toxic chemicals that will not only kills bugs but everything else in a five mile radius as well! To help control the bugs that get into your home, you may want to utilize some useful hints to make your home unattractive to bugs. It goes without […]