Tag: Augusta ant control
Avoid ants and stinging insects at your Labor Day cookout!
Avoid ants and stinging insects at your Labor Day cookout! Follow these steps: Mosquitoes are most active at dusk and dawn, so if you are planning a barbeque before sunset, plan on having plenty of insect repellant containing an EPA-registered active ingredient like DEET or Picaridin available for you and your guests. Adorn your deck […]Read More
Free in-home Pest Evaluation!
Chikungunya Virus Dr. Jorge Parada – National Pest Management Association Information on Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention Chikungunya, a viral infection transmitted to humans by infected mosquitoes, originated in southeast Africa and was first described in Tanzania in 1952. Subsequently, it has spread throughout sub-Saharan Africa and has become well established in the Indian subcontinent, Southeast […]Read More
Tips for Pest Prevention in Atlanta
Seal cracks and holes along the foundation of the home including entry points for utilities and pipes. Screen windows and doors. Eliminate sources of moisture or standing water around the house, including birdbaths and in clogged gutters. Keep tree branches and other plants cut back from the house. Store firewood at least 20 feet from the […]Read More
Ant groups ‘more efficient than Google’ in processing data, new study finds
Ant groups ‘more efficient than Google’ in processing data, new study finds While individual ‘scout’ ants may seem chaotic in their movements, they are leaving a pheromone trails to allow other ants to follow them to food sources JAMIE MERRILL The dedication and stamina of the worker ant, toiling through the summer months and preparing […]Read More
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Ant Control Tips from Bug Busters USA
Experts from Bug Busters USA recommend the following five simple steps that homeowners can do today to thwart an ant infestation. 1. Block off access points. Take time to inspect the outside of your home for cracks and crevices, paying special attention to areas where utility pipes enter. Seal any small holes or gaps with […]Read More
Great Shots from PCT’s Photo Contest
Slideshow: Noteworthy 2013 Photo Contest Entries Included in the February issue is the winning photo and finalist photos from PCT’s annual photo contest. PCT’s additional online coverage includes other noteworthy photos from the 2013 contest. Click HERE to viewRead More
World’s biggest insect is so huge it eats carrots
World’s biggest insect is so huge it eats carrots Adventurer Mark Moffett has found the world’s biggest insect – which is so huge it can eat carrots. Mark Moffett found the cricket-like creature, which weighs a staggering 71 grams Photo: SOLENT Former park ranger Mark, 53, discovered the giant weta up a tree and his real […]Read More