What are the Effective Ways to Get Rid of Horse Flies?

Monday, 19. May 2014 5:48 | Author:

Horse flies or gadflies or March flies are large sized noisy buzzing flies. These notorious insects are found all over America and in all other countries of the world. In order to control them, appropriate insecticides must be used such as baits, sprays and traps. Here is a detailed description on some easy methods to get rid of horse flies. [...]

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5 Geographical Regions in the USA Where Termites Thrive

Monday, 19. May 2014 5:39 | Author:

Termites are eusocial insects that feed on dead plant material such as wood, leaf litter, soil, or animal dung. These are found in tropical and sub-tropical area; so these regions need more termite killer projects and termite treatment procedures. Termite colonies can mature from hundreds to several million individuals. The activity level of a termite and active species vary from region to region.

Some well-known species of termites are damp wood, dry wood, Formosan and subterranean termites. Each of them is found in specific regions of the United States of America. This is because they thrive in regions that offer the right balance of moisture such as dry or damp and appropriate temperature such as above or below freezing point for colonies to thrive. Following is the classification of termites according to the regions where they thrive in USA to aid in your termite control plan.

    Dry wood termites characteristically cannot survive below freezing point so they live in southern states and adjoining areas. These areas do not reach freezing temperatures during the winter.
    Subterranean termites sustain a wider range of temperatures. So they are found every state except Alaska.
    Formosan termites are also prevalent in the southern United States; provinces include Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.
    Damp wood termites are located in Southwest parts on the Pacific coast, and also in central and southern Florida. These termites do not infest building structures.

Hopefully the above information will be useful for you during a termite treatment process. Like the post? Feel free to leave a comment below.

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All You Need to Know About Tempo SC Ultra

Monday, 19. May 2014 5:23 | Author:

Tempo SC Ultra is a pest control concentrate for veterinary use. It is basically used to kill crawling, flying as well as wood-infesting insects. SO this chemical can be used for domestic pest control as well as apply professionally to control pest infestations for barn protection, horse stable infestation control and also on other animal quarters. Ultimately it secures the area from invading pests. It needs to be mixed and sprayed thoroughly so that the pests are effectively controlled. Just 2 gallons of this spray can be used over 2000 sq. ft.

The active ingredient in this insecticide is Beta-cyfluthrin. So it is advisable to read the label properly before use and follow all instructions properly during use. The active ingredient can be harmful if it is swallowed, inhaled or absorbed through skin directly by humans and animals. It might even cause moderate eye irritation; so contact with eyes, skin and clothing while sprays must be avoided. This insecticide can kills over 60 pests (just as termidor sc) such as flies, ants and spiders. For veterinary use, it can be applied over the following animals like talstar pro:

    Beef Cattle
    Poultry (Chicken and turkeys)
    Dairy Cattle
    Horses
    Sheep
    Pigs/Swine

This insecticide is thus intended for use as a general surface, spot or crack treatment spray in and around buildings or immediate surroundings. The permitted areas of use are always mentioned on the label like any other insecticide such as tenacity herbicide and it is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner against that mentioned on the label.

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How to Get Rid of Clover Mites & Dust Mites?

Monday, 19. May 2014 4:58 | Author:

Clover mites are red-green colored tiny insects that infest gardens during the spring and fall. Their long front legs are twice longer than the other legs; they are spotted feeding on plants. But they should not be confused with indoor pests such as dust mites. Dust mites, unlike outdoor pests such as clover mites, love to live in cozy beds and feed on dander. Their presence causes allergic reactions. The basic idea is that both these pests can be eradicated completely with the help of some simple steps such as follows. [...]

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5 Best Bed Bug Sprays to Use

Tuesday, 6. May 2014 7:26 | Author:

Bed Bugs Spray

Bed Bugs Spray

Bed bugs are notorious creatures that cause nuisance all through the year. They easily get transferred through soft furnishings and love to dwell in the seams and folds of mattresses, cushions, bed covers, sheets, pillow cases, cushions and bolsters. In order to get rid of them, either one can call up a professional pest control agency or ‘exterminator’, or they can make use of the following 5 highly effective bed bug sprays. [...]

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