If you have had an invasion of bugs, spiders or other critters, find out how to control these visitors in your home or work place, and avoid future attacks.
Whether you love bugs or despise them, most people can agree that insects do not belong in the home. No one wants creepy crawlies skittering around theitr home as if they own the place. Getting rid of pests is a costant battle, hiring pest control services can help you win the battle, but having a …
Crawling insects are effectively controlled by treating surfaces with long lasting (residual) insecticide. Insects that contact treated surfaces are rapidly killed and in many cases the surfaces become repellent to insects, so acting as a barrier to insect pests.
Mixing and diluting spray concentrates is usually a pretty straight forward task……..or so you would think. It is perhaps because it seems so easy that sometimes not enough care is taken and mistakes are made. Remember that concentrates such as insecticides, fungicides, herbicides and cleaners are by their very nature more active than the final spray …
If you have a cockroach problem you need to get rid of them fast. Check out our quick guide for tips and techniques for beating these insidious insects.
If you’re hearing scampering sounds in the middle of the night, if food looks nibbled in the morning, you’ve got a few non-paying guests staying with you. It’s time to learn how to get rid of mice!
Learn how to care for your lemon tree with this easy to follow gardening guide.
Got a flea infestation that’s driving you nuts? Learn how you can control it without calling the pest company. Flea bomb those critters out of existence.
Are aphids wrecking your houseplants or your garden? Learn how to destroy them effectively with simple household products.
Grass grub are the larvae of the Tutaeruru beetle Costelytra zealandica. The grass grub is found throughout New Zealand and is considered to be New Zealand’s major pasture and lawn pest. The cost to New Zealand’s agricultural industry is estimated at $90 million a year in lost revenue.
During the heat and droughts of summer, lawns are stressed by the dry conditions, water loss, insect attack and other causes. Winter brings a different set of stresses; low light, low root oxygen in damp areas, fungal disease, competitive growth of weeds, moss, liverworts, lichen and algae.