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Does Mulch Attract Insects?

9/22/2020

Mulch benefits your garden and landscaping in a variety of ways. It helps your landscape look clean and tidy, it suppresses weeds, and it retains moisture to help your plants grow. But can mulch attract bugs? Yes, it can... Read More

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What Happens When A Scorpion Stings My Cat?

9/22/2020

If you’re living in southwest Arizona, scorpions are a consistent safety concern. Giant hairy desert scorpions, striped tail scorpions and Arizona bark scorpions are common species, with the Arizona bark scorpion being considered the most dangerous with the most harmful venom... Read More

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How To Identify Cricket & Termite Droppings

9/22/2020

It can be challenging to differentiate between termite droppings and cricket droppings. Determining the difference is very critical because one of the most destructive and vicious termites found in America defecates pellets that look similar to cricket droppings.... Read More

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7 Green Ways To Treat Spider Bites

9/22/2020

If you have been bitten by a spider, there are a few things you can do to reduce the swelling and heal the wound. Although all spiders are venomous, there are only a few species that are dangerous to humans. Given that most bites occur when people are in their homes, the types to watch out for most are brown recluses and black widows... Read More

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Finding Dead Roaches Inside Means You Have A Problem

9/21/2020

Have you found dead roaches in your place of business? This could be a sign of a big problem. One study found that for every roach you see inside, there could be 1000 more lurking behind the walls. A roach infestation in your place of business can create an unseemly workplace, drive away customers, and can even cause health problems... Read More

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DIY Ways To Kill Scorpions Safely

9/21/2020

Scorpions are survivors. They can live as long as 15 years. They can live up to a year without food and survive in many of the same harsh conditions as cockroaches, including extreme heat and radiation. Even some of the most effective control methods that work on other types of pests simply don’t work on scorpions... Read More

 

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