If you are unfortunate enough to find yourself plagued by not just one but several different types of insects, you probably don’t want to deal with the hassle of juggling a bunch of different bug control products. It is much more convenient—not to mention cost effective—to use a single product that can wipe out many different kinds of pests.
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.
Dear epestsolutions, Do you have any recommendations for springtails? Presenting at my bathtub drain and inside the tub. At their worst, sometimes on the bathroom floor and adjoining bedroom. There is a pipe chase to access the back of the tub. I saw nothing, but sprayed everywhere (behind, under and on the unexposed side of […]
Remember the days of flea control when you bought 1 product, then bought another product at your local hardware store. The cash just seemed to keep flowing out of your wallet, also back in the days when we carried cash not plastic. But in the end we spend a fortune and still have to pay […]
We received a question about our flea kit so I thought it deserved a blog: “Thanks for the quick delivery. I have two workshops, about 1000 square feet each, and also a yard with a flea infestation. Can you tell me how best to utilize this kit? Thanks” Flea Kit for Heavy Pressure […]
I have American Cockroaches outside my house all the time. I saw the first one inside of my house. I was looking for a spray that could be used outside and inside to treat the perimeters. I saw your ad for Suspend SC. I was wondering if that would be my best bet or do […]