Unwelcome Visitors: Advice About Pest Control

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Unwelcome Visitors: Advice About Pest Control

Hello all. My name is William and I have always been a farmer. Recently, the farm next door subdivided into one-hectare blocks and a lot of urbanites moved in to enjoy the countryside. Many were excited to start their own vegetable gardens until they realised that there were some unwelcome visitors. Insects, mice and birds seemed to love their crops too! As an old hand at the game, I was able to prevent them from poisoning everything in sight! In some cases, I got them to plant flowers like marigolds to stop particular insects. In other cases I recommended calling in the experts. After all, the idea is to control the pests but keep crops healthy. I know a lot of people are faced with unexpected pests when they move. Hopefully, this blog will provide helpful advice and encourage you to assess the situation calmly. All the best.

Managing Pests in Your Food Business

Pests can prove to be a major concern when not handled effectively, especially in your food business. Cleanliness should be a critical aspect. You also do not want customer complaints! The law also does require you to manage pests. Some of the pests you may find are mice, rats, birds, flies, ants and cockroaches. In addition to their repulsive sight, they carry viruses and bacteria that can contaminate food and surfaces, bringing about diseases. Read More 

The Ultimate Guide to Preparing for a Bedbug Treatment

Bedbugs are a nuisance, and many people won't even know their homes are infested with these pests until they are bitten. Getting rid of the pests can prove extremely challenging because they reproduce quickly, they can hide so well and they are resistant to most of the over-the-counter pesticides. For most people, jumping straight into treatment or control of bedbugs would be the ideal approach. However, preparation is the key to effective control of these pests. Read More 

3 Ideas for Eco-friendly Pest Control for the Home

The past two decades have seen a rise in environmental conscientiousness in all fields, and pest control hasn't been left behind. Going green with pest control allows you to achieve your desired results without leaving or releasing harmful products in the environment. Going green also means watching the amounts of resources directed towards pest control to avoid wastage, including prevention tips. This article offers little-known solutions for pest control using eco-safe things you probably already have at home. Read More 

What to Expect When You Get Your Home Fumigated

Cohabiting with pests in your home can be incredibly frustrating. Be it an ant infestation, bedbugs, termites or even spiders, these critters can make it difficult for you to have peace of mind in your home and it would be essential to hire pest management services to restore sanity in your home. However, some people may be under the assumption that having their house fumigated is just a matter of calling the professionals and life going back to normal immediately. Read More 

Steps You Can Take If Fear of Spiders Is Interfering With Your Sleep

Studies have found that 55% of females and 18% of males are afraid of spiders. In Australia, that fear is well founded, as there are a number of venomous spiders which are present in the country which can result in a pain bites, serious health problems and in extreme cases, death. For this reason, many Australian homeowners want to do all they can to keep spiders out of their home. Many people feel that spiders pose the greatest threat during the nighttime when they are asleep. Read More