Month: April 2013

Trivia Thursday: How much do you REALLY know about the common house fly?

The common house fly thrives nearly everywhere in the U.S. no matter what the season.  As the most prevalent type of fly in the world, the common house fly accounts for more than 90 percent of the fly population. Although most regard them as harmless and mere nuisances, it turns out that flies have the … Continued

Debug the Myths Celebrates National Golf Day with Jim Ferrin

Golf is a huge part of American culture. Whether you play golf professionally, recreationally, or to close business deals outside the office, it is a part of many of our lives, and even helps our economy grow. Today we celebrate National Golf Day, but for reasons that may not immediately come to mind. Debug the … Continued

5 Bed Bug Myths Demystified

In recent years, bed bugs have become a major problem in the U.S. Although they’ve lived with humans since ancient times, bed bugs were largely unheard of in the U.S. after World War II, thanks to pesticide use. Here are five of the most common myths about bed bugs. Myth No. 1: Bad hygiene triggers … Continued

Keeping IPM Tools Available

Written by: Bobby Kossowicz, mother of two, Branchburg, New Jersey Having spent 15 years in the pest control industry I am a bit more on guard when it comes to pests than your average mom. I have talked to moms devastated by Lyme disease and homeowners stricken with unrelenting bills due to pest damage, and … Continued

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