Scorpion Myths

Bark Scorpion

East Valley Tribune needs to get it facts straight. Truth: Scorpions nest. The most you’d see at a time is four, maybe five, according to Andy Baldwin of Mesa Community College’s life sciences department. And that’s just the bark scorpion, which is more tolerant of living with other scorpions and is the only one of the East Valley’s three species common around people. Bulwark Exterminating Customers set the record straight for Bulwark.

SilverFish & Firebrats

Silverfish and firebrats eat a wide variety of foods, including glue, wallpaper paste, bookbindings, paper, photographs, starch in clothing, cotton, linen, rayon fabrics, wheat flour, cereals, dried meats, leather and even dead insects. Silverfish often live in damp, cool places such as basements and laundry rooms. Sometimes, they are found in a bathtub, sink orRead More

Brassica

Researchers, growers and Industry specialists from 22 countries are sharing the latest research into the use of Brassica species, such as mustard, radish, or rapeseed, to manage soil-borne pests and weeds – a technique known as biofumigation, according to eurekalert press release. “Brassica plants naturally release compounds that suppress pests and pathogens, principally isothiocyanates (ITCs),Read More