Archive for 'Pest Control'
Insects Dwell Within Your Home Food Products More Often Than You May Think
Insects Dwell Within Your Home Food Products More Often Than You May Think You may be surprised to learn that insects infest the food items that we store in our pantries often. In fact, experts agree that these particular insect contaminations are one of the most common at-home insect pest problems. Insects can gain access […]Read More
Pest & Termite Control Blog Round Up!
Ants Invading Homes | B&B Pest Control Swarming Termite Season | The Termite Boys 10 Bed Bug Facts | Johnny B’s Pest Control Fifty New Spider Species Are Discovered Largest Dose Of Antivenom Ever Becomes Necessary After A Boy Sustains A Bite From A Venomous Spider Can Spiders Be Mailed in An Envelope? Do Spiders […]Read More
How Hemlock Wooly Adelgids Spread is Finally Discovered!
The hemlock wooly adelgid is one destructive little pest. They kill hundreds of thousands of trees in the U.S. every year, and are a major issue that experts having been trying to control for years now. The biggest question circulating is how these little critters are able to get around, spreading vast distances to destroy […]Read More
The Insect Food Trend Could Save Our Bodies, the Planet, and Decrease Poverty
While Americans clearly need to be wooed into jumping on the insect food bandwagon…or shall say bugwagon…many people in the U.S. are welcoming the trend as the benefits it has for the entire planet keep increasing in number and this food is looking more and more like it could be the answers to many of […]Read More
Torture Via Insects
The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have proven to be controversial for the military’s use of various torture techniques, mainly waterboarding. However, in documents declassified by Barack Obama, the Bush Administration either used or toyed with the idea of using insects as a method of interrogation. This method of torture by insects was meant to […]Read More
The Amazing and Aptly Named Hercules Beetle
The Hercules Beetle is among the most recognizable beetles. This beetle is made into children’s toys and many science fiction creatures are modeled after its’ unique jaws. Needless to say, this is a terrifying beetle. This beetle is largely unbeatable in the insect world. The Hercules beetle is designed to wrestle just about any predator […]Read More
Tips for preventing pests at spring picnics, barbecues and other outdoor events
Bug Busters USA offers the following tips for preventing pests at spring picnics, barbecues and other outdoor events: Before the party, check all window screens and screen doors and repair any holes. As guests come in and out of your house, make sure the doors close behind them. Remove or drain any sources of standing […]Read More
Keep Pests OUT in Atlanta
Winter is all about survival for many common household pests and nuisance wildlife. They search for food and shelter from the cold temperatures, and without the proper prevention tactics, that food and shelter could be found in homes. Once inside, these pests can infest properties in short order, can contaminate food and even spread disease.Read More
Six Steps to an Ant Free Home
Six Steps to an Ant Free Home Simple prevention tips you can do today If you have never encountered ants in your house, office or school, count yourself among the lucky few. But if you’re like most people, you’ve fought your fair share of battles against this annoying pest – whether it’s a nest […]Read More
Tick-Borne Illnesses Soar in TN
Tennessean.com: Tick-Borne Illnesses Soar in TN Seven-year-old Kaitlyn Stetzer of Hendersonville was released from the hospital Saturday after a week there. Doctors suspect she contracted Rocky Mountain spotted fever after being bitten by a tick. / Submitted Her parents never saw a tick or any indication of a bite, but 7-year-old Kaitlyn Stetzer spent almost […]Read More