Fleas are blood-sucking parasites that normally feed on warm-blooded animals. The most common type of flea is the Cat flea, but don’t be mistaken by the name; they are found on dogs and cats. Similar to a moth, a flea goes through a four-stage lifecycle: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. A female flea can lay several hundred eggs in her lifetime and it only takes about 2 weeks for those eggs to become pupa.
Insect Growth Regulators are a relatively newer class of pest control agents that have less harmful effects on our environment. In this article, we will discuss ways that Insect Growth Regulators can be used to control flea infestations for the do it yourself pest controller.
As we fast approach the summer months, we have been bombarded with flea control issues, what to use, when to use it and the list goes on and on. We thought we should give you a few simple recommendations. There are some products that will work on fleas but are not labeled for flea control. […]