Archive for 'Alabama Pest & Termite Control'
So How do Insects Really See the World?
Is it true that some insects, such as flies, see the world like we humans see the world when we look through a kaleidoscope? It turns out that this is a myth. Insect vision is often depicted as “kaleidoscope vision” in movies. In reality insects see only one single object if there is only one…Read More
Bug Busters USA Blog
Check out some of our older posts on the blog below! Scorpion On A Plane: ‘Oh My God,’ Said Man Who Was Stung Bug Busters USA ~ Green Company Philosophy Beyond Bedbugs: 8 Insects Businesses Should Really Worry About Killer Bees discovered in Bainbridge Bug Busters USA Green PhilosophyRead More
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Nature’s Most Perfect Killers: Eight Formidable Insects
Everything in Budget- Nature’s Most Perfect Killers: Eight Formidable Insects Robber fly We are all familiar with the house fly, which feeds on decaying organic matter and is pretty much harmless to other insects. However, there are around 120,000 species of flies in the world (many are yet to be discovered) and some of them…Read More
Mosquitoes bite but Hollywood is biting back this April
Mosquitoes bite but Hollywood is biting back this April From now until March 18th, you can get 15% off your ticket purchase with promotional code “MNM15“! Some of today’s hottest stars will take the stage at the Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE on April 16th at 7:30pm for Hollywood Bites Back!, a night of celebrities and…Read More
Bug Busters response to article in Smart Money magazine
The August 2007 article published in Smart Money magazine negatively portrays the positive impact the professional pest management industry has on the health and safety of American families and homes. See what Bug Busters USA has to say about this article below! Article: “Bed bugs are back – and I have no idea how to…Read More
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Extension Report: Redbay wilt; Invasive pests moving toward Alabama
The redbay ambrosia beetle (Xyleborus glabratus) is a relatively new imported pest that is impacting trees in the Lauraceae family in the Southeastern United States. This beetle feeds on the woody tissues of host trees and introduces a fungus that it carries, causing redbay wilt. Common trees likely to be impacted in Alabama and the…Read More
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Fievel Goes West Wing? Rodent Joins Obama at White House
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