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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.

 

 

What Is The Most Effective Pest Control For Mosquitoes?

What Is The Most Effective Pest Control For Mosquitoes?

Summer will soon be upon us and with it those pesky mosquitoes. The primary goal of pest control for mosquitoes is to avoid them and prevent them from making your yard their breeding nest. These insects carry various kinds of diseases including the deadly ones such as West Nile and yellow fever. Although easy to kill individually, mosquitoes are persistent insects that will continue to find ways to survive and thrive. According to most professionals, the best and most effective mosquito control revolves around maintenance and protection. Maintenance control for mosquitoes Maintenance should be focused in getting rid of and preventing the accumulation off standing water in your yard. Always keep in mind that mosquitoes breed in water. There are species that breed even in small amounts of water so be sure you remove all standing water in your yard. Below are some pest control tips to ensure there is no place in your yard where mosquitoes can breed: Do not use yard decorations and accessories that can collect water after a light rain or when you water your plants or turn on the sprinkler. Always check your flower pots and beds at least every other day and remove any water accumulation. If you have a bird bath, make it a habit to clean it at least once a week, if not more frequently. If you have a decorative pond or pool in your yard, consider adding some mosquito-eating fish to prevent the mosquitoes from using this as a breeding ground. Protection pest control for mosquitoes Aside from properly maintaining your yard to eliminate the primary breeding ground of... read more
Green and Natural Pest Control

Green and Natural Pest Control

Interview With Natural Awaking Magazine They’re lurking in the dark, deserted caverns of your walls. They skitter, crunch and scavenge. Some sting and some bite, piercing their tiny tusks into your bare skin as you sleep. They slither and sneak through deep, murky holes in your yard and chew through wires and walls. Some wait for you to turn on the light and then scurry across the floor, over your toes, and into Lord knows which open box of cereal. Horrifying images of colonies of intruders taking over your kitchen—and your life—seep into your thoughts as you disdainfully eye a large one taking a dip in your commode. Goosebumps climb up your neck as your stomach churns and an earsplitting shriek works its way out of your throat to the alarm of anyone within a mile’s earshot. They are not only our least favorite part of nature, they are extremely difficult to control pests are on the move, and rising from their slumber in a house near you. It’s a Swamp “Thang” Maybe you’ve never had to deal with a house full of unwanted guests. But here in Myrtle Beach and the Pee Dee area, we’re never far from a swamp, which means it’s downright buggy and chockfull of all that is unpleasant when it comes to pests. We have chiggers, mosquitoes, spiders, snakes, moles, wasps, gators, fleas and more. Oh, and did I forget to mention fire ants? Those are nasty, too. One misstep and you’re covered. While poisoning these myriad of critters might be an easy pest control answer, the problem is I have a healthy aversion... read more
Going Green With Green Pest Control

Going Green With Green Pest Control

When you think about organic pest control, you don’t normally think about “green” because of all the chemicals involved. After all, we’re not making organic apple pies, we’re killing bugs! So how exactly does one “go green” in pest control? Read on…. What Is Green Pest Control? First of all, it’s important to define something called IPM, or Integrated Pest Management. This is embraced by companies who believe that prevention, client education, and awareness and regular inspections in a building are equally important as killing the pests. Professionals in the field of IPM are very knowledgeable about the life cycles, nesting locations and how and why certain pests will enter a home or building. Because of this, they can use innovative methods to prevent pest problems that will cause the least amount of damage possible to other living things, including plants and pets, as well as the surrounding property. IPM uses a combination of organic and chemicals safe for the environment, along with common sense practices to prevent the return of pests and bugs, such as replacing caulking or door sweeps. Benefits Of Going Green With Pest Control Although it’s hard to imagine, there are green pest control Myrtle Beach chemicals that are made from organic and natural ingredients that will not harm the environment or other living creatures. These ingredients are also biodegradable and yet every bit as effective and powerful as their dangerous chemical counterparts. If you’ve ever walked in your home after it’s been sprayed for bugs and smelled the toxic fumes, you have to wonder what you, your family, and your pets are ingesting. Having green pest... read more
Is Your Home Infected With Termites?

Is Your Home Infected With Termites?

Another pest that could infect your home – and probably cause more costly damage and repair – are termites. They can lurk behind your walls and beneath your floor boards without knowing about it. The best tool to protect your home against these harmful pests is to increase your knowledge about them and learn about how to identify the signs of their infestation. Spring is known to be the perfect swarming season for termites. As we are headed toward spring, it will help you to learn everything that you can about these pests. Most importantly, you will need to learn about the signs of their presence in your home as well as the risks that they bring. Pest Control: Signs and risks of Termites The most obvious risk Myrtle Beach termites can bring you is they can weaken the foundation of your home, especially if your home’s foundation is made from wood. Other areas of your home that are at risk of being damaged include your decks, crawlspaces, gutters, and mulch areas. It is also highly suggested that you keep an eye on any part of your home that has contact with soil. Spring is when you will most likely notice the signs of their presence in your home because this is the time when these pests swarm and, thus, become more obvious to the homeowners. So, as you welcome the spring season, it will help if you keep an eye on these signs: Damage to your wood furniture and wood parts of your home These pests eat wood from the inside out so it will not be easy... read more
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