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There are good pests and there are bad pests in your garden. Some tips on getting rid of the bad pests naturally.
Published by Sam Montana 111 months ago in Pests & Extermination | +11 votes | 20 comments
The tiny insect called Silverfish can serve as an indicator of conditions on the home of leaking water pipes, drains or of excessive moisture. Although the damage silverfish inflict as they eat the cellulose and gums on wallpaper, textiles, and book bindings is small, it is damage nonetheless. Preventing silverfish damage is easy once you become aware of their presence.
Published by thestickman 87 months ago in Pests & Extermination | +16 votes | 13 comments
Do fleas die in the dryer? Fleas are a persistent pest that are difficult to rid of in your home and on your pet. There are many natural and chemical products that can do the job. When you wash infected products in the home with real hot water and then dry them in a hot dryer, the fleas and their eggs will die as fleas do not like heat. Learn for sure the response and solution to the age old question, Do fleas die in the dryer?
Published by Susan Lee 89 months ago in Pests & Extermination | +4 votes | 10 comments
Here are some tips for catching feral cats that have moved in where you don't want them.
Published by Kathleen Murphy 89 months ago in Pests & Extermination | +8 votes | 10 comments
Instruction to build a simple live trap to humanely capture and remove larger garden pests such as rabbits, raccoon, squirrels, possum, woodchucks, etc.
Published by thestickman 98 months ago in Pests & Extermination | +4 votes | 8 comments
Identification and control of boxelder bugs inside the home and outdoors.
Published by Virginia Grant 87 months ago in Pests & Extermination | +7 votes | 6 comments
Ants are among the unwelcome creatures in your home. Seeing a trail of ants can be irritating, but not impossible to get rid of. If you are not comfortable using chemical insecticides in your home, particularly in your kitchen, here are some natural ingredients that can also help you get rid of ant invasion.
Published by Athena Goodlight 91 months ago in Pests & Extermination | +17 votes | 6 comments
Rollie Pollie bugs, their habitat and how to keep them out of your home
Published by Ron Warner 110 months ago in Pests & Extermination | +3 votes | 6 comments
Published by Abron Toure 115 months ago in Pests & Extermination | +2 votes | 6 comments
What to do when a skunk is living under your house. How to get rid of a skunk. How to deter skunks from entering your property. What are some tips to keeping a skunk from returning to your yard. Who do I call about getting rid of a skunk living under my house? How to stop skunks living under my deck?
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 72 months ago in Pests & Extermination | +7 votes | 5 comments
Got a mouse in your house? Rats in the alley? Cockroaches... ? It may not be as hard to rid your home of these pests as it sounds. One basic ingredient, something appealing to the pest and a little experimentation can rid your home of rats, mice and cockroaches with little money and less danger than any commercial product.
Published by Pat Veretto 74 months ago in Pests & Extermination | +7 votes | 5 comments
Are you in need of insect pest control? Nearly every homeowner would agree that ants are a pest, but the invasive specie FIRE ANTS are a particular nuisance. The painful sting and aggressive behavior along with their unsightly mound creations make these ants pests most unwelcome. Getting rid of these invasive Fire Ant colonies can be difficult, but every effort to do so should be attempted.
Published by thestickman 87 months ago in Pests & Extermination | +6 votes | 5 comments
There are many ways to get rid of, or discourage, mosquitoes from your backyard, many do not involve using dangerous chemicals. Learn natural ways of keeping mosquitoes controlled. How to control mosquitoes naturally. How to kill mosquitoes without using insecticides. What are some environmentally friendly ways of controlling mosquitoes.
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 98 months ago in Pests & Extermination | +8 votes | 5 comments
I've had many experiences with different methods of getting rid of rollie pollies in our yard. Here are a few tips that have worked for me.
Published by Jeff Curtis 101 months ago in Pests & Extermination | +9 votes | 5 comments
Often, we do not know how to get rid of those common household pests. There are natural pest control methods using common household products.
Published by Linda Smith 78 months ago in Pests & Extermination | +3 votes | 4 comments
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