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Aug

14

Why Stinging Insects Become Aggressive At The End Of The Summer


Why is it that our late summer picnics, barbecues, and other events are terrorized by aggressive wasps and yellow jackets? Imagine the joy and fun everyone is having right up until these stinging insects realize that their favorite foods are laid out for them to enjoy. Their main focus is caring for their colonies but their appetite for sugary sweets like soda, fruit and candy is what makes them…

bed bug on bed in dorm room

Aug

08

Tips To Avoid Bed Bugs While Going Back To College


August has finally arrived and with it the prep work begins. In just a few short weeks, it will be time to deliver our favorite young adults to college either for the first time or to return them for another year of higher education. All over the country, parents are bursting with pride that their kids are headed out the door and on to a new adventure. But, there is a lot to do before that day…

stink bug climbing on window screen

Jul

31

It's Never Too Early To Prepare For Fall Invaders


Here in West Chester, PA, every year, like clockwork, bugs start looking for a place to hide from the cold. These are called overwintering pests. Perhaps you've seen some of them; lady bugs crawling on your television screen; stink bugs perching on your light fixtures or crawling around in your curtains; box elder bugs speckling your walls or piling up on your window sills. Now is the time to get…

family enjoying picnic

Jul

28

Keep Ants from Ruining Your Summer Picnic


A favorite summertime ritual for many is when you pack up the kids, grab a basket full of food, and take your family on a day trip to the beach or to a country setting where you can relax and enjoy the great outdoors while eating the yummy sandwiches, cold chicken, and pastries you tucked into your basket. You spread out your blanket, set down your picnic basket, and frolic in the grass with your…

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