No More Bugbears: Best Practices In Pest Control

The Cane Toad Disaster: Potential Problems Associated With Eco-Friendly Pest Control

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To control pests, governments must often consider different methods. Pesticides and chemical treatments are not always desirable, particularly where there is a risk of groundwater contamination, so it’s often useful to consider alternative, organic pest control methods. Unfortunately, these ecologically friendly methods can also sometimes fail, and the cane toad is a perfect example of good intentions gone wrong. Learn why the Australian government initially introduced the cane toad, and why thousands of farmers now rue the day this amphibian ever landed on Australian shores.…

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Snakes In The Toilet Bowl: What Are Homeowners Supposed To Do?

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For most Australian homeowners, a snake is probably one of the most unwelcome house guests imaginable. After all, few people want to lift up the toilet seat to see snake eyes looking back at them. Unfortunately, these nightmare visitations do occur, but if you find a reptilian tenant in your toilet, you probably won’t know what to do. Learn how snakes sometimes get into your porcelain gate, and find out what you need to do to release these reckless reptiles.…

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