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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.

 

 

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
Is Organic Pest Control Effective?

Is Organic Pest Control Effective?

There have been conflicting thoughts on what is more effective for your garden. Whether you opt for standard pest control procedures through the use of chemical solutions as well as various other agents or go for milder organic pest control methods. For many years, people have actually realized that there is absolutely no point in exposing their garden and the surrounding areas to dangerous, potentially toxic chemicals if there is something they can do about it. This has actually resulted in the organic pest control measure to be incredibly popular. Apart from that, its efficiency has also encouraged more people to choose it over the conventional methods. The idea of organic pest control indicates that you are not planning to remove all the bugs from your yard. Just like our bodies which require some types microorganisms in order to help in the metabolism, some bugs are really useful for the yard and their retention would help in maintaining the garden’s freshness. These pests guarantee that the unwanted pests will be kept away from the yard or lawn and that is an efficient means of controlling them. It is additionally much cheaper and less dangerous to the environment. An additional means of organic pest control is by growing certain types of flowers that can lure specific kinds of insects but repel pests. For example, blue flowers would attract bees and wasps, which are effective at keeping other kinds of pests away from your garden. Generally, wasps are not beneficial for the garden in great numbers. But a few of them will be effective as an organic Myrtle Beach pest control... read more
What Happens If You Ignore The Need For Rodent Pest Control

What Happens If You Ignore The Need For Rodent Pest Control

At the first sign of rodents in your home, you need to immediately call in professional pest control. These critters will not stop invading your home if you don’t do something about them. They will not go away and move to another safe place to live when they see you holding a broom and swatting them or jumping on a chair and screaming at them. Most importantly, they barely stay in the same house without increasing their population. The only way to control their population and get rid of them is to call in professional assistance. Of course, you can always plan ahead and implement appropriate preventive measures to make sure these pests won’t invade your home. Once they’re already inside your home, there’s nothing else to do other than to have a professional exterminate them. It’s not only rodents If you think seeing rodents scurry through your home will happen only once or that ignoring them will make the situation less of a problem, you better think again. Keep in mind that if there is a mouse lurking around your property, the following kinds of pests will also be present in most cases. Carpet beetles – These pests live off of the food stowed away by rats and other rodents. When they learn about the secret food hiding places of the rodents, they will move on to where you hide your food. Fleas – Aside from feeding on your pets, fleas also feed on rodents. So if you don’t have a pet, but there are rats and rodents in your home, you’ll surely face a flea problem in... 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. Signs and risks of termites The most obvious risk these pests 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 to identify wood... read more