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CDC warns of an increase of rodents with unusual or aggressive behavior.
CDC warns of an increase of rodents with unusual or aggressive behavior.
The CDC is warning that "Some Jurisdictions have reported an increase in rodent activity as rodents search for new sources for food... You may see an increase of rodents with unusual or aggressive behavior." So be on the lookout for rodents that are acting strangely and if you spot them, avoid contact and call out professionals. Worldwide, rats and mice spread over 35 diseases. These diseases can...
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We are Open – Pest Control Protection amid the COVID-19 Crisis
We are Open – Pest Control Protection amid the COVID-19 Crisis

Why is Pest Control considered an Essential Business?

The pest control industry has always played an essential role in the protection of public health, food, and more for homes and businesses. Considering rodents contaminate or consume about 20 percent of the world’s food supply, and other pests spread diseases such as the West Nile virus, Lyme disease, salmonellosis, hantavirus, and encephalitis. Not to mention insects like...
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Fact vs. Fiction: Indian Meal Moths
Fact vs. Fiction: Indian Meal Moths
We came across this helpful article on myPMP(professional pest management).net. You can see an excerpt below or check out their website for the full article!

Fact vs. Fiction: Indian Meal Moths

Fiction: I froze my food, so they should be gone, but I still have Indianmeal moths (IMM) flying around my cabinets.

Fact: Freezing stored products (grains, cereals, spices, dried fruits, nuts, etc.) for a minimum of three...
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Rats Stink!
Rats Stink!
We came across this helpful article on myPMP(professional pest management).net. You can see an excerpt below or check out their website for the full article!

Right under our noses is a stinky and challenging situation that can cause disease as well as damage to your business or home — rats!

Urban sewers and storm drain systems are a perfect infrastructural...

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