A hornet’s nest that is in an easy-to-reach spot and is smaller than a tennis ball may be safe enough for you to remove by yourself. Here’s some steps to take the sting out of the process.
Paper wasps are notorious home invaders. It is not necessarily recommended to eliminate paper wasp nests yourself, but there are some strategies that can help you ensure that if you do decide to eliminate a paper wasp yourself, you can do so safely.
Spring is prime time for pests. While you may not see as many pests right away (since most start breeding around spring and start invading around summer) there are some pests that are very common during the spring months, and these are the ones you’re going to want to prevent with Pennsylvania pest control.
As soon as you start to notice insects swarming around your home, it’s not uncommon to go to your local hardware store and seek out a bug zapper. Bug zappers are outdoor machines that attract insects and zap them with low amount of electricity, thus decreasing the insect population around your home and cutting down on the number of pests that may invade your property.
If you have a nest near your home, it’s important to remove it. But you may find yourself getting stung in the process. That’s why you should consider the following paper wasp nest removal strategies.
Spring, however, is often one of the worst times for pests. It’s not that pests necessarily move indoors for any specific reason. It’s that spring is when eggs hatch, we first begin to see swarms, and the pests that hid in winter start to come out and play.
Costa Rica reveals astonishing biodiversity of braconid wasps, with 277 new species of the tribe Heterospilini described in the latest special issue of the open access journal ZooKeys.
Experts say a number of reasons may have contributed to the apparent increase in hornet activity, including the region’s recent hot, dry weather, land development and hornet sensitivity to the smell of people.
Stinging insects such as yellow jackets, hornets, wasps and bees are common summertime pests and their stings can be more than just a painful nuisance. One way to protect yourself and your family from stinging insects this summer is to ensure your property is free from hives and nests.
Ants have long been known to ruin picnics and inflict painful bites, but they can also be highly destructive in a home setting. How can people succeed at ant control? There are several methods of pest control that people can attempt in an attempt to keep ants out of the home.