Bugs are not only annoying, but can also pose a threat to the health of our families. With that in mind, using harsh chemicals to repel or kill bugs can also be dangerous, especially around children or pets that don’t know any better. This is why it’s important for families to try natural methods before
Are looking for more to do in St. George? Are your bored with the St. George nightlife? If so, why not try black lighting scorpions… It can make for a very entertaining nighttime adventure that can also keep your home and property scorpion free. Scorpion Control With Black Light Flashlights If you are a St.
Most people don’t really like their basement and it’s obvious. It’s a perfectly good room, yet people use it to store their crap. It’s dark and dingy, so they won’t go downstairs unless it’s absolutely necessary. I think people have been watching too many horror films, so their basement is an afterthought until they finally
Pest control is an important part of maintaining your house, yard and garden, but that doesn’t mean having to spray down your environment with harmful chemicals. There are actually insects out there that can be beneficial in helping you get rid of destructive pests, and learning to recognize what those are may save you from applying pesticides
During the summertime, you can enjoy a lot of fun activities with your children. Most of these activities even end up being an educational experience, which is a double bonus for family fun and learning. Kids are very interested in bugs, but don’t really know very much about them. It is important to teach children
Slugs are one of the most common types of pests found in the garden. Whether you are growing lettuce, strawberries, peppers, grapes or just some decorative flowers, chances are you’ll experience the destructive behavior of these slimy little critters at one point or another. If you’re serious about gardening and the health of your plants,
Where do we draw the line? Is it okay to alter a ladybugs DNA for the sake of “natural” pest control? How natural are wingless ladybugs when they were genetically altered by a human? What’s better for the enviroment a synthetic pesticide based off of a botanical, or a generically altered wingless ladybug? http://pestcontrolseo.wordpress.com/2009/07/22/new-wingless-ladybugs-for-organic-pest-control/ Yes
Bulwark has offered a green pest control service to their customers for over ten years. Being green for Bulwark is about first keeping their technicians safe. And if its good for the technicians then its good for the customers. One of the first questions asked by many customer “Is your pest control safe for my family?” And for that reason, Bulwark built its company on offering the most effective service with the lowest impact to the enviroment and mammals possible.
Wingless Ladybugs Promise Lasting Pest Control methods and an all new “organic” solution… Wait, isn’t that a little hypocritical