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Printable Bug Coloring Book Pages for Kids

May 27th, 2021

Looking for fun activities for kids that don’t involve screen time? Check out Bug Busters’ printable bug character coloring book pages. Be sure to post the finished products on Facebook or Instagram and tag us–we’d love to feature your child’s original art on our social channels!

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Prevent Bed Bugs From Ruining Your Vacation

May 25th, 2021

It’s finally warming up here in the Southeast, meaning millions of Americans are eagerly gearing up for vacation. However, before hitting the road to enjoy some rest and relaxation, we encourage travelers to learn and practice bed bug prevention tips to help avoid bringing home these unwanted souvenirs.

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Spring Cleaning & Spring Pest-Proofing Go Hand-in-Hand

March 24th, 2021

While spring cleaning is a great time for homeowners to de-clutter and spruce up the home, this seasonal tradition is a doubly beneficial time to tidy up in order to prevent undesirable, springtime pests such as ants, termites, mice, and fruit flies. To help the public maintain pest-free homes this spring, the National Pest Management…

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Oriental Cockroaches Can Spread Disease

October 21st, 2020

Cockroaches may be the oldest of all living insects as their evolutionary history started around three hundred million years ago. Today there are more than thirty five hundred different cockroach species that have been documented. Out of these thousands of roach species, only fifty five different species dwell within the United States. Since roaches have…

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Two Summer Pests Who Are Looking To Take Up Residence in Your Home This Fall

September 11th, 2020

Leaves are falling, temps are cooler, and pumpkin spice everything is on the shelves. Yep, it’s fall!  It signals  the beginning of winter and, you think, the end of bug season. That would be nice, but there are a few that hang around which could stifle your cool autumn buzz. One is the Asian Lady…

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The Beneficial True Bugs That Prey On Insect Pests Have Some Pest Relatives That Do Very Nasty Things To Sleeping Humans

August 14th, 2020

The Beneficial True Bugs That Prey On Insect Pests Have Some Pest Relatives That Do Very Nasty Things To Sleeping Humans Within Homes It has been estimated that somewhere between 50,000 and 80,000 arthropod species belong to the order Hemiptera. Some of the most well known Hemiptera species include cicadas, leafhoppers, waterbugs, and a variety…

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25% Of Atlanta Homes Are Infested With Cockroaches, And Termites Are Becoming Particularly Problematic Pests In Savannah

April 26th, 2020

Insect pests like cockroaches and flies are abundant in big cities where they can easily locate discarded foods and shelter where rotting organic matter provides them with ideal living conditions. For example, the sizable American cockroach thrives in urban sewer systems, and house flies, blow flies gravitate toward landfills and dumpsters behind restaurants where they…

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Take Precautions Against a Variety of Pests This Winter

December 6th, 2019

Bug Busters USA shares information on common pests that invade homes during the colder months When Old Man Winter arrives, some pests go into hibernation while others move indoors in search of food and warmth away from the impending snowy weather. We encourage homeowners to brush up on some tips to protect their home from…

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Why Are Asian Ladybugs Infesting Georgia Homes Georgia And Hurting Dogs?

September 3rd, 2019

Georgia is home to an abundance of arthropod pests, including scorpions, yellow jackets, kissing bugs, black widows, cockroaches, stink bugs and an abundance of bacteria-spreading fly species. Residents of the state are well aware of this, but many residents may not be aware that their state is also home to an unusually high population of…

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Millipedes Can Be A Nuisance Within And Around Homes, And They Can Also Burn Human Skin

July 25th, 2019

Millipedes in North America are understudied arthropods. Several species inhabiting the eastern US have been described, but many more undocumented species exist in all regions of the US. It is somewhat surprising that millipedes are understudied in the US considering that many species are well documented as infesting homes in large numbers. Perhaps even more…

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