Tag: German Cockroaches

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10 recent bed bug developments

May 10, 2017 By
The idea that bed bugs were a flash in the pan and will die out is not proving to be correct. They are here to stay, and are well dispersed throughout the U.S., including small rural areas. When bed bugs... Read more»
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Use the right tool for cockroach jobs

May 2, 2017 By
The advantages of cockroach baiting are heavily weighted toward curative efforts. Prevent cockroaches with vigilance and time-tested methods. German cockroaches (Blattella germanica) continue to amaze us with their resilience and ability to survive. Throughout the years, there have been several... Read more»
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German cockroaches: How to successfully bait

December 26, 2016 By
Like us, cockroaches prefer delivery to carryout. It’s bait, not Kryptonite — bring enough for everybody. German cockroaches (Blattella germanica) are well adapted for both finding food and hiding from danger. Their finely tuned skills help them both find the... Read more»
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What to consider when managing cockroaches at sensitive accounts

November 4, 2016 By
Healthcare facilities like surgical centers, hospitals, nursing homes and clinics have several unique features that require pest management professionals (PMPs) to deploy special strategies and techniques. Because cockroaches are a reservoir of pathogenic bacteria, fungi and protozoa, cockroaches might pose... Read more»
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Cockroach management revenue, opportunities on the rise

October 31, 2016 By
Cockroaches were scurrying across Earth when dinosaurs ruled the planet. These public health pests are the ultimate survivors. They can live almost a month without food, two weeks without water, and hold their breath for up to 40 minutes. Perhaps... Read more»
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3 cockroach control tips PMPs should use

September 8, 2016 By
What’s a cockroach control tip you think should be adopted by more pest management professionals? Experts weigh in: “Look for fecal droppings in specific places, such as inside cabinets. Folks who have been traveling should have their suitcases and clothes... Read more»
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SHEPerspective: German Cockroaches

March 1, 2016 By
Knowing the basics of cockroach behavior can drastically improve your cockroach control efforts. German cockroaches love wood, water and warmth, and you can usually find them there. If you hadn’t noticed, German cockroaches (Blattella germanica) have caught their second wind.... Read more»

Tips & Tricks: Gel Bait and German Cockroaches

January 21, 2016 By
There is little doubt that gel baits are a primary tool to control German cockroaches. However, there are some situations where it might not make sense to simply apply more gel. If gel deposits placed on the last service call... Read more»
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Bug Off’s 2015 New York Pest Expo honored women in pest management

November 12, 2015 By
The 2015 New York Pest expo was held on Wednesday, November 11, at the George Washington Bridge Doubletree Hotel in Fort Lee, N.J. The theme of this year’s event, held annually by Bug Off Pest Control, was: Honoring Women in... Read more»
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Then and Now: A Cockroach Cleanout

June 12, 2015 By
In the mid-1970s, I was performing my first cockroach cleanouts of German cockroaches with the latest technology and best equipment of the day. We inspected the property and then proposed a full cockroach cleanout. It was the customer’s responsibility to... Read more»
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