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Insect With Mechanical Gears

Tweet For hundreds of years, we believed that it was the Greeks that invented what is known today as the mechanical gear; which has enabled generations of technological advancement throughout all cultures. In fact, it wasn’t the Greeks who invented functional mechanical gears; nature beat us to the punch once again! A tiny leaf-hopping insect… Read More

Cricket Exterminator

Dead Cricket

TweetEver wonder what that annoying noise is outside or inside your home that you can never seem to find? They are small insects called crickets. Crickets are some of the most irritating pests we have. Crickets will make your home their home.  Crickets  Crickets are small pests that can range in size from 1 inch… Read More

Friday Favorites: Your Links Round-Up Of Pest Articles


TweetYour Homes Curb Appeal Could Be Attracting Pests It’s important to pay attention to what implications your home’s curb appeal and landscaping can have for your yearly pest prevention. Here are some helpful landscaping tips to deter pests: Preventing Ants Is An Ongoing Task Check out these helpful tips from our Rose exterminators to… Read More

The 4 Scariest Insects in the World

kissing bug

TweetThere are hundreds of thousands of insects in the world. Generally, these creatures are pretty small, so you may wonder why anyone would ever be scared of them. Believe it or not, some bugs can really hurt humans, and there are a number of them that can even kill you. The following four insects are… Read More

Become Your Own Insect Farmer

eating insects

TweetIf you are growing and raising your own insects for personal consumption, does that make you a farmer or rancher? Regardless, that’s exactly what designer Katharina Unger at Farm 432 has envisioned with a counter-top insect breeding system for your kitchen. Counter-Top Insect Breeding System- Become Your Own Insect Farmer Are you the adventurous type… Read More