Which insect is part of the largest number of species? THE BEETLE! Yep, that’s right! Beetles make up close to 25% of the world's known species. Beetles belong to the order Coleoptera. They are characterized as “sheathed wings” for their protective outer layer that surrounds the softer wings and abdominal area. Four of the most common household beetles are: Carpet Beetles, Pantry Beetles, Japanese Beetles and Powder Post Beetles. Despite their hideous appearance, they can serve as an effective pesticide because they are known to consume plant-sucking insects that harm crops. Thus most beetles are beneficial to humans. While most beetles serve a purpose in life, there are some that are genuinely pestiferous. Most of these pestiferous beetles are foreign and insidious species that have no enemies to sustain their population.>> Read More
Beetle control products come in two different categories: indoor and outdoor use. The beetle control strategy we suggest will be based on which type of beetle infestation you are facing. At Pest Mall, we are well prepared for any beetle problem you might be facing, so there is no need to worry. Just give us a call and we’ll walk you through it.
Due to the overwhelming number of beetle species in the world, it’s no walk in the park when trying to get rid of beetles. Beetle control is very difficult due to the exponential increase in their species population. This is highly owed to our efficient means of travel and of globalization. Perhaps the single most effective thing you can do to help control beetles on your property and in your neighborhood is to get rid of them yourself using our professional pest control supplies. Beetles within residential properties can cause some serious trouble, even psychological impairment. It’s important to act quickly and as soon as possible. Take matter into your own hands so you won’t have to deal with beetles ever again.
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It is very hard to control beetles, but any liquid insectide with a long residual time would be good to control them.
I would recommend Demand CS because it is micro-encapsulated and lasts longer than most other insecticides. This is safe to use indoors, but during the application process, keep all other people and pets out of the area.
Once the product has dried, which takes about 30 minutes, it should be safe for everyone to re-enter the room.
We also have granules that you can put around your trees and spray it over with water so it can soak into the ground.The Merit product is a systematic, the roots of the trees will soak up the Merit, and it is completely safe, but harmful to the insects.