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How to Prevent Bed Bugs in College Housing

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  Bed bugs are an introduced pest and a persistent problem in campus housing and in many Greek houses. Your room may have already been infested with bed bugs when you moved in, or they may crawl over from the room across the hall. You also put yourself at risk anytime you bring in used… Read More

Pest Control: The Label Is The Law

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What’s in a label? For pest control operators there is much more to find in a label than just words; there is law. Each and every chemical used in pest management has certain purposes and conditions that companies must follow when handling. These policies are sustained to maintain the safety of clients and proper extermination.… Read More

Bed Bug Liability For Rentals

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Bed bugs are infesting themselves into people’s lives but for those with lease agreements it’s difficult to figure out who’s responsible for the bugs and their damages. Arizona law (for example) makes it very clear that upon discovering bed bugs renters and landlords are expected to mutually cooperate. Here are some basics to the laws… Read More

A Pill A Day Keeps The Bedbugs Away?

(Photo by Brooke Borel) A Pill A Day Keeps The Bedbugs Away?   Can popping a pill keep bedbugs from feeding on you during your sleep? That’s exactly what a group of doctors and scientists from Eastern Virginia Medical School believe with their new research. A New Weapon For Battling Bedbugs?   New studies suggest that a… Read More

Weekly Links- Pest Control News

Pest Of The Week: True Chinch Bug   The True Chinch bug is a small insect, native to the United States, and quite common in the Mid-western States. Adults may vary in body color, ranging from dark red to brown, with white wings; and red legs. Due to their small size, reaching about 4 millimeters… Read More