Tired of waking up to decimated shrubbery and bird leavings on your deck? Predator urine may be the answer you’ve been seeking.
Take a stand in the battle against flea infestation. While freezing temperatures won’t wipe out these insidious pests, a series of serious steam cleanings may just do the trick.
Ticks – and the Lyme disease they can carry – are a danger to humans. Here’s how to limit exposure to ticks and lower the risk of Lyme disease.
Take extra precaution to ensure that dangerous bugs like ticks and nuisance insects like ants do not spoil your spring fun.
Common pests don’t have to ruin your summer fun. Here are tips for keeping the top five pests—mosquitoes, ants, wasps and hornets, spiders and ticks—out of your home.
Early detection and treatment of pests means a healthier growing environment.
Termites are the most destructive wood-destroying pest in the nation and successful management requires many special skills, including a working knowledge of building construction.
Birdseed carries the eggs of meal moths. In hot weather these varmints hatch, eat starch, then pupate and turn into small tan moths with black markings.
Lawn insects are a problem, none more so than Japanese Beetles.
Strategies for combating backyard pest, including black flies, ticks, biting flies, yellow jackets, and of course, mosquitoes.