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Las Vegas Pest Control Service

Bulwark Pest Control has hit 100 customer reviews for their pest control service in Las Vegas. Wayne is truly a magnificent manager and has gone above and beyond.  Hats off to a wonderful leader and to the whole Las Vegas team. Most Reviewed Pest Control Service in Las Vegas View Las Vegas Pest Control

Organic Pest Control that’s a real Hoot!

Yes there is a pun in that.  Many farmers, and ranchers are turning to an ancient remedy for catching rats and mice, owls.  But it may not be such a bad idea.  A pair of nesting owls can catch and dine on nearly 3000 rodents in one year! Plus they add the benefit of recycling their prey into useful organic fertilizer, if you know what I mean.  Of course some people question the real effectiveness of the owls, but a professor from the University of California says “Why not try it? It seems a great alternative.” I have nothing personal against organic pest control solutions or green pest control treatments. … Read More

Africanized Bees-I just might save your life

I have read a recent article about a young child being stung multiple times by bees.  The population of Africanized bees is increasing and I have one tip that just might save your life. Africanized bees are very aggressive and have soldier/guard bees circling around the hive.  Guard bees will basically run into you; giving you a warning that you are entering an area near their hive.  Sometimes the Africanized guard bees circle at a diameter away from the hive where the location of the hive can remain well hidden.  If you feel that you have bumped into these guard bees your best option is probably to backtrack. If you… Read More

Ground Bees

Ground Bee Control If ground-nesting bees and wasps can be ignored and their tunnels tolerated, do so since they are valuable in agricultural production and helpful by controlling pests in nature. If nests are in locations undesirable and stinging is a great possibility, control is justified. During the day, carefully watch where the nest entrances are located. After dark, tunnels and the surrounding area can be treated with dusts of carbaryl (Sevin), bendiocarb (Ficam D) or diazinon when the nest is in the ground. Use pyrethrins, permethrin, resmethrin or propoxur (Baygon) when the nest is in the side of a building. Other lawn and garden insecticide sprays can also be… Read More