Pest Control News: Weekly Links Round-Up
What is that little red bug? Is it a spider? An Ant?
If you have little red bugs all over your side walk, or on the side of your house, you could possibly have Clover Mites. Moreâ€¦
A Different Approach to Pest Control
Here is some information from Graham Pest Control about Masonry bees; including appearance, biology, and importance. Moreâ€¦
How to Keep Cicada Killers or Digger Wasps Away
Here’s a great video on digger wasps of Cicada killers that includes the best ways to prevent them. Moreâ€¦
How Did I Get Fleas And What Can I Do So I Don’t Get Them Again?
The most common way you get fleas is from stray cats and opossums. As they run through your yard, they drop off fleas and flea eggs. Then while spending time in your yard the fleas jump on you or your pet, and are unwittingly brought into your home. Moreâ€¦
Brown Recluse Infestation: Extreme Spiders Require Extreme Measures
Brown recluse spider bites are well documented to be very horrific. There are treatment methods that exterminate these dangerous spiders. They include: direct contact treatment, exterior treatments, crack and void treatments, and spot treatments. Moreâ€¦
Pest Of The Week: The Green Lacewing
This week’s pest of the week is not actually a pest at all, but a very beneficial insect. The green lacewing is an all natural exterminator that feeds on garden pests like mites, aphids, and lace bugs; exterminating as many as 100 a week. In addition, these beautiful flying insects also feed on plant nectar, pollen, and honeydew. Gardeners prefer green lacewings because they offer a safe, non-chemical alternative for naturally controlling garden and plant pests.
Green lacewings are usually bright green to greenish-brown in color, with compound eyes that are noticeably golden in most species. The wings of the green lacewing are translucent, with a slight iridescence. Some may have green wing veins, or a cloudy brownish wing pattern. These insects are also nocturnal; extremely active at night.