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Identify the source to prevent bed bug re-introductions

May 3, 2019 By
Helping tenants prevent a reintroduction is as valuable as getting rid of the bed bugs in the first place. Tenants often cannot imagine how they became infested. We know how important it is to prevent bed bug reintroductions. If customers... Read more»
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The evolution of German cockroach treatments

August 12, 2016 By
German cockroach control used to mean cleanouts, follow-up treatments and regular preventive services. The old techniques are still necessary to complete your cockroach portfolio. Before the modern era of baiting, control for German cockroaches meant late-night cleanouts performed by a... 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»
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SHEPerspective: Bed Bugs

January 18, 2016 By
  Human behavior: Bed bugs are counting on it When people don’t know any better, they’ll try the easy answer first. The solution to bed bug ignorance is education — and there’s no one better to provide it than the... Read more»
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SHEPerspective: Crane fly

December 15, 2015 By
The green, green grass of home. Sometimes turf pests become household pests. European crane flies have begun to colonize North American turf. Most homeowners love their lawns. They spend an incredible amount of time and energy maintaining them. From an... Read more»
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SHEPerspective: Invasive Species

November 23, 2015 By
Are you able to perform an invasive procedure? ⦁ Invasive species may start off making headlines, but often level off in a few years. ⦁ The brown marmorated stink bug is an invasive species that can upset customers and frustrate... Read more»
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SHEPerspective: Bed Bug Mating

November 2, 2015 By
Should I stay or should I go? ⦁ Female bed bugs have shorter lives because of frequent mating. ⦁ Bed bug dispersion may have more to do with population density than with mating frequency. As you may know, bed bugs... Read more»
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The German Cockroach Makes a Comeback

March 13, 2015 By
You can’t tell the difference between bait aversion and sloppy baiting techniques by counting the number of cockroaches that are left. Diligent inspection and monitoring with proper baiting techniques ensure the best performance of the bait. Switching baits regularly helps... Read more»