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The Basics Of Termites & Termite Control

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Tweet Termites are frequently found infesting homes and buildings, creating major problems for homeowners and tenants by actively feeding on timber structures like: homes, buildings, telephone poles, and trees. They will feed on almost anything made of wood. Within a colony of termites, you’ll find members of different social classes, each with a specific task… Read More

Friday Favorites: Weekly Links Round-Up Of Pest Articles

Termites In Oak

TweetThe Future Of Construction Is Inspired By Termites Termites take cues from each other and their environment to figure out where they should place the next piece of soil in the tunnel-building process. Scientists have used stigmergy to develop a mathematical formula that will allow robots to build structures without needing blueprints… Read More Most… Read More

Friday Links Round-Up: Weekly Pest Control Links

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Tweet Halloween Party Food: Edible Insects Edible insects make great and creepy Halloween party food. Here are a few that might wet your appetite. More… Mole Crickets in Trinity, FL Mole crickets are becoming an increasing problem in some states; damaging lawns. They tunnel through the surface layer of the soil which damages the grass… Read More

Friday Links Round-Up: Pest Control Articles

TweetFriday Links Round-Up: Pest Control Articles   Kissing Bug – Everything You Need To Know About This Dangerous Pest! Kissing bugs are blood sucking insects that are known to attack humans for their food. A major reason these insects are called “kissing bugs” is because they tend to bite around the mouth and eye region… Read More

Top 10 Edible Bugs

Bug Suckers

TweetMost people agree that insects are unappetizing, but did you know that some people actually enjoy munching on them? It’s true- people who consume insects are practicing entomophagy, which is actually more common that you would think. Many insects are actually a good (and cheap) source of protein, and while most people eat bugs out… Read More