Month: April 2010

What You Don’t See May Be Hurting Your Home Value

Ever wonder what insects, rodents and other pests might be hiding in your home? Brittany Frey – a young professional, dog owner and proud new homeowner in Amherst, NY – recently put her house through an in-depth inspection by pest management professional John Zimmerman, general manager of Buffalo Exterminating. Buffalo has a much different climate … Continued

Celebrate Earth Day with Debug the Myths!

Celebrate Earth Day at home by sprucing up your own green space! Part of contributing to our environment is properly taking care of our lawns, outdoor spaces and community playgrounds and parks for the enjoyment of our families and communities. Debug the Myths has a few suggestions on how to recognize the meaning of Earth … Continued

Pansies, Community Involvement Beautify White Plains’ Delfino Park

As part of the road show activities, RISE was proud to partner with the White Plains Department of Parks and Recreation for a Family Fun Day event at Delfino Park. The day featured the Debug the Myths RV parked by the entrance to Ebersole Ice Rink where young hockey players and their parents arrived throughout … Continued

New York State School Boards Association Opposes the Foley Bill

 S.4983-C (Foley) A.7937-C (Englebright) Senate Calendar330 Assembly 3rd Reading  AN ACT to amend the environmental conservation law, in relation to prohibit the use of certain toxic chemicals for law and grounds maintenance On behalf of nearly 700 school districts and 5,000 locally elected school officials, the New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA) OPPOSES S.4983-A/A.7937-A.  … Continued

Nabel’s-Nursery to the Stars

The RV made its first stop in White Plains, NY at Nabel’s Nursery, a well-known nursery throughout Westchester County, owned and operated by the Nabel family for nearly 60 years.  Nabel’s Nursery came highly recommended, and Debug the Myths was honored to partner with them on our trip to the Empire State. Oprah herself … Continued

A World Without: What Happens When There Aren’t Pest Control Options?

Pending legislation in New York has demonstrated the importance of an educational platform of Debug the Myths. Confusion and misconceptions about pesticide and fertilizer product use remains common, as is indicated by a bill in the New York senate that would greatly hinder the ability to protect and maintain school grounds, playgrounds and other outdoor … Continued

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