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When it comes to pest management and control, it’s paramount to stay up-to-date on environmental discoveries, extermination innovations and the changing dynamics of the world around us. We think it’s important to share these findings with you, along with the new discoveries and any new topics we uncover in our own day-to-day work as your hometown professionals.

  1. Get Rid of Ants in Potted Plants

    Ants love potted plants. While ants generally aren’t a hazard to your beloved indoor plants, they are an unwelcome houseguest. From their home base in your potted plants, ants can become an annoying problem that ruins your food and causes disgust. How can you get rid of ants in potted plants? Keep reading to find…

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  2. What Plants Are Mosquito Repellants?

    Fun fact: mosquitoes don’t actually survive on the blood they get from biting you. It’s true! Actually, only female mosquitoes bite, and they use the protein from blood to make eggs. Both male and female mosquitoes survive on a diet of nectar and water. Why is this fact important? Well, remember that mosquitoes are just…

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  3. Leave Pests Outside, Bring Your Plants In

    Many people (ourselves included) like to garden. There’s something calming and satisfying about seeing each plant flourish under your care, making the outside of your home beautiful, and reaping the benefits of vegetable- or fruit-bearing plants. When the weather cools off, you might want to bring some of your plants indoors—for example, any potted plants…

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  4. Will a Real Christmas Tree Bring Bugs into Your Home?

    The perfect real Christmas tree is tall and full, with a point that prominently displays the star or angel at the top. It’s decorated with twinkling lights and ornaments that your family has collected over the years. It’s also (potentially) filled with up to 25,000 pests! Like many people, you might prefer real evergreen trees…

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