Nothing ruins a day quite like a cockroach sighting. Everything's fine until you see something skittering away, out of the corner of your eye. It's a cockroach. And that means other cockroaches. And possible eggs. And nightmares. Avoid the hassle of calling an exterminator and consider these do-it-yourself cockroach elimination tips. Starve Them Out Believe […]
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Chlorpyrifos 4 E as an alternative, will run $199.00 for a 2.5 gallon unit.
It is time to start thinking about applying your pre-emergent to your lawns to stop those broadleaf and grassy weeds from being able to take over your lawn. I know that I personally want to be the envy of the neighborhood and you cannot have that if you’re yard in covered in weeds and other problems.
best way I know how to kill Bamboo is to use a glyphosate herbicide something like Roundup and add a water soluble fertilizer at the same time
Overwintering guest usually occur in the fall when the temperatures start to drop. It is possible for them to be located in your attic for 6 months during the winter, all warm and toasty, and then for you to see a huge population in the spring.
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.
If you’ve been battling a sudden insect invasion, you may not be particularly interested in getting a good look at the pest that’s bugging you. But sometimes this can be helpful in order to solve the problem effectively.
Insects aren’t just small, they can also be very quick, agile and surprisingly clever. This combination can make it very tough to find them, let alone get rid of them. In addition, they can climb, crawl and jump on virtually all kinds of surfaces. Often, we less nimble humans are astonished at the ways these small pests manage to get around, and the areas they somehow figure out a way to access.
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.