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Organic Pest Control

 

Organic Pest ControlYou are probably well aware that the chemicals we put into the environment have a negative impact on our families, pets and the world in general. These chemicals can cause health problems, kills plants and vegetation, not to mention getting into our water system which causes even more problems. Our society is starting to see the importance of eating organic fruits, vegetables and meats and even taking organic pest control into consideration. Today there is an ever growing demand for chemical free products that can eliminate our pesky bugs and still remain organically safe. In Myrtle Beach we have long used pesticides that kill our common bugs, terminates and rodents. Today we can treat these problems and still remain healthy and the cost is the same as traditional solutions with organic pest control solutions.

 

 

Pest Control Tips To Help You Get Rid Of Cockroaches

Pest Control Tips To Help You Get Rid Of Cockroaches

Pest control and management for cockroaches should not always involve insecticides that have harmful toxins and chemicals. Many homeowners stay away from using these insecticides because of its harmful effects to small children and pets. This is why homeowners are continuously looking for natural methods to control and manage cockroach infestation. If you are among these homeowners, here are some of the natural ways on how you can control and eliminate cockroaches inside your home. Baking soda and sugar – Sugar is like poison to cockroaches. Add baking soda to it and the mixture becomes extremely lethal to them. You should know that cockroaches have very high acid content in their stomachs. This is why when they ingest the sugar and baking soda mixture, it often results to death. After mixing baking soda and sugar, be sure you place them in areas where you often see cockroaches lurking such as in your pantry and kitchen cabinets. Make your own non-toxic bait – If you want a cleaner bait for the cockroaches in your home, consider mixing baking soda with bacon grease, minced onions, sugar and flour. What you will end up is a dough-like mixture which will be easier to distribute and less messy. And because of its structure, it will not get easily swept or vacuumed. Boric acid – Many control experts recommend the use of boric acid as it has been proven effective to kill most insects and is not toxic. It is usually available in powder form that you can easily sprinkle in areas where you often see cockroaches. Boric acid kills cockroaches by killing them... read more
DIY Pest Control: Which Is Fact And Which Is Fiction?

DIY Pest Control: Which Is Fact And Which Is Fiction?

There is a large amount of information on pest control available via the internet today. This is why many individuals are now opting to do their own pest management and working to eliminate pests in their homes without professional assistance. Although some of the information and tips from online sources are legit and effective, there are some pest control tips that are misleading, generate no effective results and, worse, may damage your furniture and your home and may even put your health at risk. To help you determine which among the DIY pest control tips are fact and which are fiction, here are some helpful tips. Grits do not deter ants. They attract ants. You may have read in many pest management how to articles that sprinkling grits in the counter will keep away ants. Remember that grits are still food. If you enjoy eating it, so do ants. And so, grits do not deter ants. They attract ants. So if you do not want to have armies of ants on your countertops, do not sprinkle grits and create a barrier. It will only be a matter of time before the ants consume all the grits and proceed to searching for more food sources in your kitchen cabinets. Bay leaves keep pests away from your pantry. This is probably because of the strong odor that bay leaves give off. Many pests do not like how the bay leaves smell so they will keep away from places where they can smell its scent. That is why it is considered a highly effective deterrent by many homeowners and Myrtle Beach pest... read more
The Importance Of Regular Pest Control

The Importance Of Regular Pest Control

No one likes to think about pest control. After all, who likes the idea of spiders, roaches or termites coming in and wreaking havoc in our homes? Many times, it has nothing to do with how clean you are or how much you sanitize your home. Pests just have a way of invading our personal space and coming where they aren’t welcome. You really cannot completely eradicate these pests without the help of regular maintenance from a pest control service. It takes specialized experiences and chemicals not available to the average person. Not to mention, it can be dangerous to deal with these pests on your own. But the biggest misunderstanding about trying to do control pests yourself is that even if you got them out of your immediate space, you have still failed to get where they breed and that’s where the infestation starts. Their nests must also be eradicated. What Should My Plan Be For Pest Control? It’s very dangerous to your family’s health to have mice, rats, roaches, spiders, or any number of other pests uncontrolled in or near your home. If they are not gotten rid of immediately, then they will multiply and become far more difficult to manage. Just like other creatures, they are often looking for warm places, so during the winter, we see them coming in our homes through the cracks around stoves, vents, etc. When it comes to termites, they can absolutely destroy your home, so it’s crucial that you get your property inspected regularly by a professional pest expert. There are different approaches to treatment for different pests, but they... read more
Is Organic Pest Control Effective?

Is Organic Pest Control Effective?

The use of toxic free and safe pest control methods have become very popular because of the increasing awareness of environmental concerns along with the rising popularity of utilizing organic materials for people’s protection and safety. Using organic materials began on utilizing toxic free substances on crops and plants for healthy consumption. However, it took quite a while before chemical free pesticides for household use was introduced. There is an organic, eco-friendly way to get rid of pests in your home. These include flies, termites, rodents, bugs, cockroaches, and many more. A few people are still doubtful as to whether organic pest control works or not. For certain kinds of pests, organic pest control can be very effective. But you should also keep in mind that in most cases, it takes longer to take effect than typical pest control methods and substances. Brand new organic products, on the other hand, are far more effective compared to conventional pesticides. Be sure to gather all the information about the product that you plan to use. You should know whether it is made of organic materials or toxic chemicals. There are a few instances when organic pest control method isn’t as efficient and then there are also instances when it does not work at all. Keep in mind that when it comes to using pest control methods, you should know how to do it right if you want to make sure that it works and gets rid of the pests in your home. Homeowners also need to know that not all natural methods are effective and safe. There are a few toxic... read more
Effective Pest Control Requires Proper Insect Identification

Effective Pest Control Requires Proper Insect Identification

One of the important keys in ensuring effective pest control is proper insect identification. Keep in mind that not all insect and pests are harmful or pose a threat to your home and health. There are actually insects that serve an important purpose to the environment. These include the honey bees and bumblebees which help in the pollination process of crops and many flowers. These helpful insects do not pose a threat as they do no harm to people and their homes. Unfortunately, many of the harmful insects look very much like the friendly ones. There are distinguishing characteristics but you would have to take a closer look in order to properly identify them. Why is proper identification necessary in pest control? It is important that you are able to properly identify an insect before making any move to remove or eliminate them. The reason for this is for you to be able to avoid accidentally hurting the good and friendly insects. Also, it helps if you know what to look for to properly tell what type of insect is lurking in your yard so you won’t mistakenly attempt to go near a harmful and dangerous insect. There are some ways to tell these insects apart. Because they look very much alike, you can look at their size and where they build their nest to tell what specific type of insect you have on your yard. Also, they have different characteristics that will tell you what type of insect they are. For example, most harmful insects are very territorial with their nests. Some others will chase people for miles... read more