Knowing what Portland pest control experts know can help you take steps to keep critters at bay and maintain a pest-free environment. Take a look at this infographic to learn about the seasons when certain pests strike the most, the natural pest control techniques you can implement, and what pest control services do to give you peace of mind.
When it comes to bed bugs, a lot of people think infestation is limited to third world countries. Unfortunately, they are making a come-back right here in the U.S. Another common misconception is that they will only be found in cluttered, dirty homes. Also not true. The truth of the matter is, they can be found anywhere from 5 star hotel to a trashed college dorm room. So brace yourself and enjoy some fun facts about the Lifestyles of Rich and Poor Bed Bugs by Rove Pest Control.
Bed bugs are incredibly resilient creatures—some can live up to 18 months without feeding. If there are bed bugs in your home, they’ll stick around until you hire a pest control professional. Learn more interesting facts about bed bugs with this infographic from Burns Bed Bug Control.
There are about 3,500 mosquito species throughout the world, all of which can carry some kind of disease. Check out this infographic from Platinum Mosquito Protection to learn how a misting system can help you prevent an infestation in your yard.
Slugs have attacked many gardens in the United Kingdom this year and they have done so with a fierce hunger. The battle has turned delphiniums and hostas into mere lace skeletons, but never give in. In the words of Churchill “Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.” Wars are not won by slug pellets! We need to go back to the military books. So what’s the strategy?
Why is it that some people never get bitten by mosquitoes, but you have them lining up on your limbs buffet-style, ready to dig in? Mystery solved. In this infographic below by Completely You learn the answers to the question, “Are you Mosquito Bait?”
The following infographic from the folks over at Bulwark Pest Control identify which spiders in the United States are dangerous and which ones are not so dangerous. Me – I hate them all. 8 legs on an insect is just too creepy. That being said, I know that so long as they remain outdoors, some spiders are actually good to have around. Enjoy!
Africanized Honeybees were accidentally released in 1957 by a beekeeper in Brazil. These bees have since spread to the United States at a rate of 100-300 miles per year. Although these bees are perceived to be more aggressive, which contributed to their debated alias “a killer” bee, an Africanized honeybee’s venom contains the same potency as the European Honeybee.