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seagulls
May 08 2017

Seagulls stop them becoming a pest

Seagulls how to stop them! Seagulls long ago stopped being sea gulls and are more steal gulls and a nuisance to one and all. The breading season for seagulls in now upon us so they have more mouths to feed so upping their game when it comes...

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moles in your garden
Apr 29 2017

Do you love your lawn

Do you take pride in your perfect lawn?   Is it being ruined by moles? A little background about your adversary. Moles tunnel using their large two front paws to scrape away the earth and feel along tunnels with their snouts and whiskers. Did you know that due...

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Deer laying down
Apr 12 2017

What to do with Deer

One of the aspects of our pest control is wildlife management. Deer are not deemed a pest because they are managed and controlled if left unchecked then in certain areas they would ruin crops and grazing land for other animals as well as prevent new...

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Brown House Moth

When it comes to protecting your clothes then most common moth that might attack them is the brown house. Although not as common as it once was it still can make an appearance. Speaking of appearances, the brown clothes moth has bronze-brown wings with dark brown/...

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Rat control
Apr 04 2017

Non toxic rodent pest control

We are already noticing a significant increase in the amounts of rats around this year in farms, commercial buildings and domestic dwellings. We have many farmers asking us about our nontoxic treatments for dealing with rodent infestations. This process also works well in other pest control...

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Apr 02 2017

Dronfield Farm Rat Infestation

The club was opened in August 1978 by Steve Fallon. When the Fallon family bought the corner building in uptown Hoboken with its street-level tavern, Steve Fallon's sisters Kathryn Jackson Fallon and Anne Fallon Mazzolla along with brother-in-law Mario Mazzola were interested in turning the...

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Booklice

Booklice are a particular common but harmless household pests. It is worth noting that thet are not caused by poor hygiene and are just as common in meticulously clean homes so should you have these pests in your home it is not an indication of...

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biscuit beelte
Mar 31 2017

Biscuit Beetle

To identify if you have any biscuit beetles, they are reddish-brown, oval in shape and approximately 2-3mm in length. A brief background of the Biscuit Beetle The female produces around 100 eggs which are laid in various foodstuffs. The larvae have a particular life cycle, firstly the...

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