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Eagles Are Filled With Rat Poison

Eagles are majestic, beautiful, and full of toxins that we’ve pumped into the environment. A new study finds that 82% of dead eagles examined between 2014 and 2018 had detectable levels of rat poison in their systems.Read more...
Tags: Science, Biology, Environment, Rat, Pesticide, Scavengers, Pest Control, Bald Eagle, Rodent, Barn Owl, Organisms, Biocides, Birds Of North America, Rodenticide, Mark Ruder


Bug Zappers Don't Actually Kill the Bugs That Are Bugging You

Bug zappers seem logical: bugs fly toward light, so why not hang up a light that kills the bugs and enjoy a bug-free evening? Unfortunately, the bugs you’re targeting aren’t actually on board with your plan. The ones that get zapped are almost all harmless; the ones that want to suck your blood are going to do so…Read more...
Tags: Environment, Mosquito, Lifehacks, Insects, Arthropods, Pest Control, Insect Control, Bug Zapper, Mosquito Control, Alex Wild, Hexapoda, Fly Killing Device


What NOT To Do When You Have Pests In Your Home

Mice, bats, rats, birds, bees, ants, termites – all of these creatures have one thing in common: they can infiltrate your home and cause all kinds of problems. Do they do this on purpose? Of course not! They’re just living their lives and happen to stumble upon your home. In most cases, pests are only there because your house presents some good conditions to live and survive. When you put it like that, you almost feel rude about getting rid of them. Unfortunately, pests can be just that: a...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Pests, Fashion, Pest Control, Home Life, Home Pest Control, Common Pests, Home Pests


How to Get Rid of Drain Flies

Drain flies, also known as moth flies, are small gnat-like bugs that are commonly seen flying around a bathroom sink given that they live in damp, dark spaces where their larva can feed. They hatch in water, much like mosquitos, and live for about two weeks. You might also see them in your tub or basement, or any…Read more...
Tags: Diy, Lifehacks, Pest Control


How to Quickly and Calmly Remove a Bat From Inside Your Home

Look, we know how many photos of cute bats there are flying around the internet. But unless you’ve been awakened by the flutter of their bony-yet-fuzzy wings hovering directly above your face, you may not truly understand what it’s like to have one in your home. (I’ve also been startled by bats flying through rooms,…Read more...
Tags: Home Improvement, Lifehacks, Bats, Pest Control


5 Easy Things You Can Do in Your Kitchen to Keep Pests Out

It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a pest control company to get voles out of your garden and home, or if you are worried about rodents and insects.  The simple truth is that pests of any nature are not welcome in your kitchen or home. If you discover you have an issue you should […] The post 5 Easy Things You Can Do in Your Kitchen to Keep Pests Out appeared first on Not So Average Mama.
Tags: Deals, Home, Clean, Insects, Pest Control, Did You Know, Exterminator


How To Deal With Common Pests in Your Home & Garden

As soon as the weather warms up in the spring, bugs and other common pests start to find their way into your home and garden. They can take the fun out of backyard grilling and ruin your garden before it even has a chance to bloom. Thankfully, there are ways you can deal with these common pests before they get too annoying. Ants Ants can seemingly show up overnight and these common pests can be a real pain. There are several ways you can deal with ants, depending on how bad...
Tags: Pests, Outdoors, Fashion, Spiders, Pest Control, Cockroaches, Home Life, Moxie Pest Control, Home Pest Control, Common Pests, Home Pests, Yellowjackets Yellowjackets


Banksy Is a Control Freak. But He Can’t Control His Legacy.

He’s a master of manipulating the news media and the art market. But will he be remembered as a significant artist?
Tags: Art, News, Germany, European Union, Museums, Auctions, Banksy, Sotheby's, Graffiti, Steve, Stuttgart, Great Britain, Pest Control, Copyrights and Copyright Violations, Lazarides, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart


World’s first release of genetically engineered moth could herald new era of crop protection

In New York, a Cornell University study reports a successful, first-ever open-field release of a self-limiting, genetically engineered diamondback moth, stating that it paves the way for an effective and sustainable approach to pest control. The diamondback moth, also known as Plutella xylostella, is highly damaging to brassica crops such as cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower and canola. This new strain of diamondback moth, developed by Oxitec Ltd, is modified to control pest diamondback moth in a t...
Tags: New York, Research, Cornell, Cornell University, Oxitec, Moth, Pest Control, Gene Editing, Crop Protection, Oxitec Ltd


OK, Who Tried to Infest This Pennsylvania Walmart With Bed Bugs?

Police in Washington Township, Pennsylvania near Erie are searching for whoever left pill bottles containing live bed bugs at a local Walmart, the New York Times reported on Monday.Read more...
Tags: Science, Crime, Walmart, New York Times, Bedbugs, Bed Bugs, Insects, Erie, Pest Control, Pennsylvania Walmart With Bed Bugs, Washington Township Pennsylvania


Why Businesses Need To Employ Pest Control Companies

Exterminators in Phoenix, AZ are a much needed service with the state sitting on top of one of the most active subterranean termite belts in the country. Not only that but its 6 major biomes – desert, woodland, grassland, chaparral, forest, and tundra – means that a lot of different pests not only exist, but thrive as well. People have to worry about hundreds of kinds of bugs, insects, and other pests like ants, cockroaches, spiders, beetles, scorpions, rats, and mice. And when you’re a busines...
Tags: Startups, Others, Phoenix, Pest Control, HVAC, Digvijay Singh Kanwar


These Rat-Eating Monkeys Are a Surprisingly Effective Form of Pest Control

Pig-tailed macaques in Malaysia love to visit oil palm plantations, where they snack on abundantly available fruit. Despite the damage inflicted on the crops, these monkeys actually do more good than harm owing to their predilection for an even-worse pest: rats.Read more...
Tags: Pests, Science, Monkeys, Palm Oil, Animal Behavior, Rats, Pest Control, Macaques


5 Rodent Control Techniques

Rodents co-exist with humans. As the number of people multiply and areas becoming more commercialized, these rodents find their way to thrive. In this article, we will be dealing with commensal rodents. The three types of commensal rodents are the “House Mouse”, the “Norway Rat” and the “Roof Rat”. All three have one thing in common, they love to share food with you. These rodents carry harmful bacteria that cause diseases when they contaminate our food. They tend to multiple so fast if the en...
Tags: Home, Food, Pests, Diy/home, Pest Control, Electromagnetic Devices Rodents, Mighty Men Pest Control


How To Get Rid of Ants

Ants have a way of sneaking up on you. One day, you notice something small scurrying across your kitchen floor out of the corner of your eye, and the next you see an army of ants marching into your pasta cabinet. But you’re so much bigger than those little buggers, surely you should be able to get rid of them on your…Read more...
Tags: Republished, Pests, Shutterstock, Saving Money, Bugs, Home Improvement, Ants, Lifehacks, Pest Control, Exterminators, Yardwork


The Rimfire Report: .22LR Shotshells – Are they worth it?

Welcome to the first edition of The Rimfire Report. Here we’ll discuss anything and everything rimfire related! Rimfire ammunition, especially .22LR holds a special place in the firearms community. More than likely the .22 Long Rifle rimfire round was the first firearms experience for many of us. That’s not to cast a shadow on other […] Read More … The post The Rimfire Report: .22LR Shotshells – Are they worth it? appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Editorial, Pest Control, Rifles, Rimfire, 22LR, 22 Caliber, 22lr Shotshell, Rat-Shot, Rimfire Report, Snake-Shot


How the Anonymous Artist Banksy Authenticates His or Her Work

Interesting scheme: It all starts off with a fairly bog standard gallery style certificate. Details of the work, the authenticating agency, a bit of embossing and a large impressive signature at the bottom. Exactly the sort of things that can be easily copied by someone on a mission to create the perfect fake. That torn-in-half banknote though? Never mind signatures, embossing or wax seals. The Di Faced Tenner is doing all the authentication heavy lifting here. The tear is what uniquely separ...
Tags: Authentication, Cryptography, Banksy, Bruce Schneier, Pest Control, Tenner


How the Anonymous Artist Bansky Authenticates His or Her Work

Interesting scheme: It all starts off with a fairly bog standard gallery style certificate. Details of the work, the authenticating agency, a bit of embossing and a large impressive signature at the bottom. Exactly the sort of things that can be easily copied by someone on a mission to create the perfect fake. That torn-in-half banknote though? Never mind signatures, embossing or wax seals. The Di Faced Tenner is doing all the authentication heavy lifting here. The tear is what uniquely separ...
Tags: Banksy, Bruce Schneier, Pest Control, Tenner


Banksy's art authentication system displays top-notch cryptographic nous

Banksy's anonymity makes it hard to authenticate his pieces and prints, so Banksy has created a nonprofit called "Pest Control" that issues certificates of authenticity: you send them an alleged Banksy print and £65 and if they agree that it's authentic, they'll return it with a certificate that has a torn-in-half "Di-faced" fake banknote with Lady Diana's face on it, with a handwritten ID number across the bill. As Clinton Freeman points out, this is a great piece of cryptographic enginee...
Tags: Security, Art, Post, Happy Mutants, News, Authentication, Cryptography, Banksy, Pest Control, Lady Diana, Joe Bloggs, Clinton Freeman, Banksy How Banksy, Clinton Freeman Reprage


5 Mistakes To Avoid With DIY Pest Control

More often than not, we all will experience receiving unwanted guests to our home. By an unwelcome guest, I do not refer to human beings. Pests can be destructive. They can eat our crops down, eat our food, make our lives at home become miserable; in other words, their adverse effects are countless. Therefore, as a person that values home, you have to take charge. Either you can call in a home pest control company, or you can do it yourself. However, most people do not do it the r...
Tags: Pests, Fashion, Diy, Home Maintenance, Pest Control, Home Life, Home Management, Home Pest Control


Does pure capsaicin repel mice and rats?

Shawn Woods has been trying out different home remedies to repel rodents. A while back he grew some hot peppers with a scoville rating of 2 million (one scoville is the minimum detectable amount of capsaicin, the stuff that makes peppers hot). He mixed his peppers with grain to see if it would repel rats and mice, but it didn't keep them away. This time, Woods bought some pure capsaicin crystals (16 million scovilles) to see if it would work as a rat repellent. First, he tested some of the cr...
Tags: Video, News, Woods, Pest Control, Shawn Woods


Keep Mice and Other Critters Out of Your Home for Good

There are many different types of pests that can make their home in your home. You may not even notice that they are there, or you may never even see a pest, but the signs are there if you know what to look for. Mice, for instance, will leave many droppings behind and will use many different materials to make a nest with. You may notice that your favorite sweater has a big hole in it or that blanket that you stashed away is now a home for tiny critters. If you have pests, you need to get rid of...
Tags: Home, Food, Pests, House, Diy/home, Pest Control, Moxie Pest Control Pests


Do moth balls repel mice?

For the last few weeks Shawn Woods has been trying various popular suggestions for keeping rodents away. Nothing has worked. Irish Spring bar soap: the rats ate it. Fabric softener sheets: they used it for nesting material. Wolf urine: they ignored it to obtain food. Hot pepper juice mixed with grain: they ate it. This week, Shawn is trying another repellent suggested on YouTube: mothballs. He place four mothballs in a small box with a hole cut in it for mice to enter. He sprinkled grain in t...
Tags: Video, News, Wolf, Shawn, Pest Control, Shawn Woods


Will the world's hottest pepper keep mice and rats away?

Shawn Woods grew some ultra-hot Carolina Reaper peppers in his backyard to find out if they can be used as a rodent repellent. He first ate a whole pepper himself and it made him cry. Then he mixed up some Carolina Reaper into grains and seeds to see if rodents would stay away. The video camera shows that the mice and rats were not bothered by the peppers and pepper juice. Conclusion - hot peppers are ineffective as a rodent repellent.
Tags: Video, News, Carolina, Pest Control, Shawn Woods


This guy really knows how to kill yellowjackets

https://youtu.be/7FhifTGKtUQ In his YouTube channel description, Sean Woods explains that he created his channel in 2012 as a "fun way to share my passions for history, primitive archery, flintknapping, survival skills, hunting, heirloom gardening, cooking, and a variety of other subjects." He says that last year, "the direction of my channel completely shifted when I accidentally discovered people enjoy watching videos about mouse traps." Now he posts videos almost exclusively about pest contr...
Tags: Post, News, Woods, Pest Control, Sean Woods


8 Online Marketing Tips for Your Pest Control Company

by Robert Clough Want to get any many pest control customers as possible? You can't ignore the internet. Check out this list of online marketing tips to improve your strategy. The pest control industry seems to be growing at a faster rate than ever before, with Statista estimating the global industry's value will reach $16.49 billion by next year. Though if you're a smaller business or you're just new to marketing, it can seem like your business is lost in the crowd. After all, ev...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Seo, Ppc, Facebook Twitter, Pest Control, Small business marketing, Marketing Tactics, Robert Clough, Generate Reviews Reviews, Online Marketing Should Offer Something Marketing


Pest Control: How To Get Rid of Cockroaches From Your Kitchen

Roaches. Those creepy little things that give you goosebumps anytime you spot them. I wonder why they were created in the first place. Nothing makes me squirm as much as these dirty little things. They are not only creepy to look at, but quite unhygienic and hazardous health wise to have in a home. The tricky question is how do you exterminate roaches? The answer is : Pest Control. How often have you switched on the kitchen... Read More Connect with "dress your home" on Facebook. The post Pe...
Tags: Cleaning, Facebook, Books, India, Bangalore, Pest Control, Cockroaches, Exterminate, Roaches, ORGANIZING & CLEANING


8 Ways Paid to Click Ads Can Grow Your Pest Control Business

by Robert Clough Create Paid to Click Ads to Generate Passive Revenue It's always a smart idea to bring in any extra revenue you can for your business. We look at paid to click ads that will bring in passive income. Are you looking for better search results, and don't quite know how to coax them out ? If you've even glanced in the direction of digital marketing in recent years, you'll have heard of paid per click (PPC) advertising. If you listened when you heard, you'd know how ...
Tags: Google, Seo, Ppc, New York Times, Business Intelligence, Pest Control, Cary NC, Ppc Optimization, Robert Clough, Better Measurability PPC, Forth Pest Control


Residents Beware: Here are the Most Pest Infested Areas in Dubai

According to data collected by an online marketplace, Deira, Silicon Oasis and Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT) are the most cockroach-infested areas in Dubai while Bur Dubai, Dubai Marina and Al Barsha top the list of localities infested by bed bugs, according to the number of pest control calls made in the past 12 months. Gulf [...] The post Residents Beware: Here are the Most Pest Infested Areas in Dubai appeared first on Dubai Expat Blog.
Tags: Travel, Dubai, Gulf, Pest Control, Dubai Marina, Deira, Living in Dubai, JLT, bur Dubai, Al Barsha, Silicon Oasis, Fumigation, Deira Silicon Oasis, Bur Dubai Dubai Marina


Rodents can harm your home in many ways: Stop them in their tracks with the right supplies

Rodents include mice and rats. In Latin rodent means to gnaw. Rodents spend most of their time looking for food. During the cold seasons they seek for shelter in our homes. Once in the houses, they make their hideouts on the walls and roofs. Rodents are fearful of new habitations and they usually follow the... The post Rodents can harm your home in many ways: Stop them in their tracks with the right supplies appeared first on A Happy Hippy Mom.
Tags: News, Parenting, Pest Control


How To Keep Your Home Safe When You Are Dealing With Pests

First and foremost, you might feel as though your most important job is to get the nasty little pests, like mice, out of your home as quickly as possible. While that is certainly something that you will want to do, it is important to point out that not every “quick-fix” method for pest control is a safe method. This is why you will want to make sure that you are taking your time to learn as much as you can about how to keep your home safe while dealing with pests. Call In A Professional One of...
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