May 2018

Stored Product Pests

Often found in pantry storage areas. Early signs of intrusion are often overlooked as cob webbing, spider webbing, and ant intruders. Stored Product Pests in a pantry areas can be a sign of a much bigger problem. Stored product within the pantry may very well be the source of the issue and should be addressed …

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Bedbugs… In most cases would be more accurately described as Box Spring Bugs given that the vast majority of specimen harbor here. Fact is, there is no easy way to eliminate Bedbugs. Professional care is required immediately upon discovery of a potential issue otherwise the risk of infestation multiplies exponentially with each 21 day interval …

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Fleas…Most people immediately run to their animal clinic and have pets treated in hopes of eliminating the issue. In many cases when caught early, this serves as sufficient control to eliminate these intruders from your home or business. However, when the issue is not related to your pet, and instead local to your environment. Simply …

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Often identified incorrectly as the Dog Tick. Deer Ticks are loathsome and carnivorous intruders. Typically humans are not target prey for the Deer Tick. However, given the correct circumstances Deer Ticks will not pass up the opportunity to feed on humans. Deer ticks are found most dominantly in the Northeastern region of North America where …

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The Wasp

Aggressive scavengers, the Wasp is a formidable foe for even the most diligent and highly trained technician. Because the control radius for wasps is so large it is almost impossible to completely eliminate this pest. However, with adequate control regiment and integrated teamwork- this pest can be controlled and limited making the threat of local …

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The Hornet

Aggressive predators Hornets are not typically interested in human interaction and tend to keep their distance. However, any technician will tell you of the protective nature of this pest and advise against threatening the hive. Hives typically are about the size of a football and are covered by a strong outside casing which protects the …

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The Honey Bee

Generally harmless and busy with work the Honey Bee is often improperly identified as a yellow jacket or other wasp relative. Honey Bees are an endangered species and Technicians are urged by the ministry to avoid eliminating these at all cost. However, this is often compromised. Most concerns are related to swarming on houses, trees …

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German Cockroach

German Cockroaches breed quickly, they infest at extremely alarming rates and they can pose a variable outside the experience threshold of any technician. Understanding the German Cockroach requires an adept understanding of the factors contributing to an infestation. Professional control measures are required in all cases. Retail products may succeed in slowing the issue. However, …

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Oriental Cockroaches

Oriental Cockroaches are the stereotypical bottom dwellers of our nightmares. Oriental Cockroaches love sewers, damp, dark and moist areas where water sources are readily available. In most cases baits prove ineffective alone as the environment Oriental Cockroaches inhabit is less than suitable. Oriental Cockroaches cannot climb so treatments to baseboards and baiting wall voids provides …

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Brown Banded Cockroach

Similar in appearance to the German Cockroach the Brown Banded Cockroach likewise infests quickly and can overwhelm an untrained individual quickly if not identified correctly. Brown Banded Cockroaches like the German Cockroach are commonly found in apartment complex or shared living accommodations. Easily distinguishable by the “band” rather than stripe down the back the Brown …

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