Keeping Garden Bugs At Bay

Bed Bug Control Takes Time And Determination

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Bed bugs are tiny insects that bite you to feed on your blood. Effectively achieving bed bug control and elimination takes time, dedication, and hard work. As with any bug infestation, it is easiest to take care of at the first indication they are present. How You Get Bed Bugs Having bed bugs in your home does not mean your home is dirty. In most cases, they are brought in after staying in an infested hotel.…

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Stung by a Bee? Important Dos and Don'ts for Aftercare

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Being stung by a bee is never a pleasant experience; upon being stung, many people report feeling a sharp pain, accompanied by a burning sensation. Even hours or days after the sting, itchiness around the area, swelling, and soreness are common. Fortunately, by being aware of the important dos and don’ts to follow after being stung, you can recover from a bee (or wasp) sting much more smoothly. DO Remove the Stinger Carefully…

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4 Things You Need To Know About Box Elder Bugs

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Box elder bugs, also known as maple bugs or politician bugs, are a common nuisance pest in American homes and backyards. Here are four things you need to know about these unwanted visitors. What do box elder bugs look like? These pests are fairly easy to identify. They have flat, long bodies and usually reach lengths of about 12.7 mm (0.5 in). Their main color is either dark brown or black, but they have prominent red markings on their backs that help to distinguish them from other bugs.…

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