Identifying occasional invader infestations

By |  August 17, 2018

Mel Whitson, Senior Field Technical Service Manager, Zoëcon Professional Products

As springtime temperatures begin to rise, occasional invaders start to emerge in droves. These pests are a nuisance — and can cause issues if left unchecked. When identifying an infestation, keep in mind that different species invade during specific weather patterns.

Outdoor treatments of crawling pests such as spiders, earwigs and springtails are key to preventing them from making their way indoors. Mist, spray or fog perimeter treatments are an ideal option, creating a barrier on the property around residential homes, commercial buildings, etc. It’s best to use a broad-spectrum solution to control a wide variety of occasional invaders.

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