Spring is full of warm weather, fun in the sun, and time spent taking care of outdoor properties. Don’t let pests ruin your spring. Stay on top of gardening tips and pest preventative techniques.
Spring marks a time of growth, with flourishing gardens and lawns. The debate is: should we grow organic? Perhaps fruit flies have the answer.
When it comes to pest control, nature is on your side. Turtles, moths, moles, dragonflies, snakes, and others can be used to prevent certain pests from wreaking havoc on your garden. Learn how to attract these …
There are generally two types of reactions when a human being comes face-to-face with a pest: utter fear or utter indifference. Some people see a spider crawling along their floorboard and simply bend down and remove it from their home. Others may experience the same situation and jump ten-feet into the air while simultaneously screaming their head off.
No matter what category you happen to fall under, pest control and prevention is important to the overall health and well-being of your home’s residents. A mouse may not scare you, but the possible health risks associated with this pest should drive you to take control of the situation if you happen …
A running theme among many East Coast college and university campuses is the beautiful, historic buildings. Unfortunately, older dormitories lend themselves to heightened pest pressures that may not affect more updated structures. A frequent issue within these facilities may not be what you’d initially expect: bat removal.
“These buildings are gorgeous, but because of cracks in the foundation, unsealed doors, and windows without proper screens, bats gain entry quite easily,” explains Felicia Gogol, Western’s Branch Manager of Monmouth County and Princeton offices.