Most ants behave in predictable patterns by how they nest and forage for food, which makes it a little bit easier for you to find and treat the pests yourself. But some ant species can be tough to locate and eradicate, including crazy ants. Crazy ants are invasive species that wreak havoc outside and inside your home, including your electronic devices. If you notice strange ants misbehaving in your home or on your property, take immediate steps to treat them.
6 December 2016
Planting a vegetable garden can be rewarding but can take up a great deal of your time. When you invest so much of your time into growing a successful garden, you want it free of damaging pests and insects. Here are two types of garden pests that can cause damage to your garden plants, and what you can do to protect your garden from them. Squash Bugs If you grow a vegetable garden containing pumpkins, cucumbers, squash, melons, or other plants with similar vines, stems, and leaves, your plants are at risk of being eaten and damaged by squash bugs.
10 June 2016
If your home sits nestled among tall ash trees, you likely reap many environmental and economic benefits -- from lower utility bills to insulation from road noise. However, a single invasive insect could be the catalyst for an emerald ash borer infestation that could damage or even kill your trees over a brief period of time. How can you tell whether your trees are in danger? What can you do to eradicate these pests and maintain the health of your ash trees?
29 January 2016