TweetTweet While at work today, I got a frantic phone call from my four year old daughter. â€œDaddy,â€ she cried. â€œI went to put on my pants and out jumped a big spider!â€ â€œIt’s scary Daddy!â€ â€œWe caught in a jar.â€ After a examining the spider, and talking to some spider control professionals, I wasRead More
TweetTweet Pollination plays a crucial role in food production, which means that bees are intricately tied to the success of the process. Over the last decade, however, concern for these small pests has grown increasingly urgent, as bee colonies continue to see huge hive losses. The EU took action recently decided to ban neonicotinoids, theRead More
TweetTweet 5 Pest Control Links For Your Friday Pest Of The Week: Desert Hairy Scorpion Found in the rocky desert regions of Arizona, California, Nevada, and Utah; the Arizona Desert Hairy Scorpion is quite an intimidating pest. Reaching lengths of almost six inches, it is the biggest scorpion that is naturally found in theRead More
TweetTweet There is much confusion out there when it comes to Carpenter ants. Carpenter ants are frequently confused with termites, because they both nest in wood. The following article is intended for pest control professionals and homeowners alike, who are in need of some answers when it comes to identifying, and treating Carpenter ants. KnowingRead More
TweetTweet With the serious increase of bedbug infestations over the past decade, many victims of such infestations are wondering what the bedbug laws are in their state. Currently, twenty-two states have bedbug laws in the books. Several other states have bedbug legislation, or yet to be passed bedbug laws. Here is a compiled list: ***Read More
TweetTweet Your Pest Control Links For The Week Ridding Your Pantry of Pests If you’ve ever poured yourself a bowl of cereal in the morning; and found beetles, weevils or other pantry pests crawling around in your Cheerios; you know it can be quite a disturbing experience. Here’s some advice on getting rid of the uninvitedRead More
TweetTweet World Record Millipede The leggiest creature in the World can be found in California, but it’s not a runway model or a movie starlet. The world’s leggiest creature happens to be a millipede, which sets a world record with its 750 legs. Photograph by Paul Marek The Elusive White Millipede (lllacme plenipes)Read More
Images from a day in protest of SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act). Google, Amazon, Wikipedia, Wordpress, all combat SOPA to some extent with messages on their websites. Wikipedia goes black for an entire day.