Archive for 'Bed bug control'
Bed Bug Signs!
Some common signs of bed bugs include: Pepper-like stains on fabric-covered items Molted bed bug skins The bugs themselves in various life stages White eggs and empty egg casings All travelers should thoroughly inspect the room for the presence of these bed bug indicators upon arriving at their intended destination. This includes pulling back the…Read More
Bed Bug Awareness Week!
Bug Busters USA shares top signs of a bed bug infestation
Bug Busters USA shares top signs of a bed bug infestation Whether at home or traveling for summer vacation, bed bugs could be a key concern. Although named for their habit of feeding on human hosts in bed, they can be found in all types of locations and items. To promote public awareness and…Read More
Don’t Room With Bed Bugs This Fall
Bug Busters USA Back to School Bed Bug Advice for College Students As college students prepare to return to campuses nationwide, many plan to bring secondhand furniture including mattresses, futons, dressers, couches and more. As bags are being packed, and students begin to move in, Bug Busters USA is urging students in the Southeast United…Read More
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Bed Bugs Getting Thick Skinned
Researchers have been working to try and discover why the life-ruining bed bugs have made a resurgence in this country. In the 1940s and 50s the launch of DTT and other strong insecticides mostly wiped out the country’s bed bug problem. But, in the last ten years there has been a global resurgence, and we’ve…Read More
Ever think your herbs you use for cooking can get rid of your bugs?
Ever think your herbs you use for cooking can get rid of your bugs? Thinking about gardening this summer, but do not want the variety of bugs attacking your plants? Well there is a solution and it’s not using pesticides it is using kitchen ingredients. Plants have been around for millions of years and have…Read More
Bed Bug Control
Man Gives Himself A Tattoo By Letting 1,000 Bed Bugs Feed On Him A colony of 1000(ish) bed bugs needed to be fed so I offered up my arm for the cause. The colony is being used to help train a bed bug sniffing beagle named Bob. The video shows the initial feeding and then…Read More
Great Shots from PCT’s Photo Contest
Slideshow: Noteworthy 2013 Photo Contest Entries Included in the February issue is the winning photo and finalist photos from PCT’s annual photo contest. PCT’s additional online coverage includes other noteworthy photos from the 2013 contest. Click HERE to viewRead More
Winner Named in 3rd Annual Photo Contest
Winner Named in 3rd Annual Photo Contest. Due to the caliber of submissions, the NPMA decided to also name a runner-up this year. Daniel D. Dye has been awarded a $500 prize for his photo of the spitting spider, which was taken March 4, 2012 in Bristol, FL at a friend’s home. The spider, which…Read More