No More Bugbears: Best Practices In Pest Control

3 Organic Ways of Controlling Bees

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If the eco-system were a gear system, the bees would be an integral cog. Plants, humans, and animals rely on the role of bees in plant pollination. Without bees, crops would not thrive and provide food that people consume. However, bees can also be a nuisance, especially when they occupy facilities near human population. Therefore, if you see a couple of bees around your compound, you should get rid of them before they transform a tree branch into a hive.…

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3 Ways a Pest Control Service Can Help Your Business

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If you own a business, it is important that you keep your premises free from pests. Not only could pests damage equipment and stock, but they could also harm the health of your staff and customers. Also, the negative publicity which may occur following an infestation of pests could have a serious impact on your profits and reputation. Below is a guide to 3 ways in which a pest control company can help you to keep your business pest-free.…

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3 Ways to Control Pests Without Harming Your Garden

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For a long time, we’ve known that chemical pesticides aren’t the best option for pest control in the garden. For example, did you know that you can’t dump pesticides along with your regular trash, nor can you flush it down the toilet for the risk of killing beneficial organisms involved in the waste breakdown? If it isn’t safe enough to go with the trash, how safe is it for use on things you intend to consume later?…

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