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Controlling Bed Bugs MN | Battling The Bed Bug Epidemic

The United States is currently experiencing a nightmarish epidemic of disgusting blood sucking parasites. There is a full blown bed bug epidemic happening all across America and it just seems to get worse with each passing year. Bed bugs will not kill you, but they can drive you insane.  Anyone that has ever had big, red welts all over their bodies from bed bug bites knows how terribly frustrating bed bugs can be.  They can be incredibly difficult to get rid of.  (more…)

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Before Buying a Home…….Get a Pest Inspection!

The home buying process can be confusing and stressful. Not only do you need to consider things such as price and location, you also have to worry about whether the house itself has any problems that could become costly surprises down the road.

The Home Inspection is an unbiased, professional assessment of the condition of the house. It provides you an expert opinion and professional report on the condition of the physical structure and various systems within a house. Giving you peace of mind on what is likely the largest purchase you’ll ever make. (more…)

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Bedbug Problem In Minnesota

They are increasingly being encountered in homes, apartments, hotels, motels, health care facilities, dormitories, shelters, schools, and modes of transport.  Other places where bed bugs sometimes appear include movie theaters, laundries/dry cleaners, furniture rental outlets and office buildings.  Immigration and international travel have undoubtedly contributed to the resurgence of bedbugs in the U.S. Changes in modern pest control practice — and less effective bed bug pesticides — are other factors suspected for the recurrence. (more…)

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The Future Of The Current Bed Bug Epidemic

When your child goes to school his or her coat hangs next to those of friends. Hats are shared and naptime is spent on the communal class carpet. Elementary school means sleep over birthday parties. High school students share rides in cars. And while children study and play together, you may be flying to London for a meeting and your shirt happens to fall on the hotel room floor, picking up a few of the sticky insect eggs and bringing them back in your luggage. You might be checking a book out of the library or simply working at your desk. Your babysitter might take a nap on the couch. Any of these activities could bring bed bugs into your home or send them to someone else’s. The global bed bug epidemic is real. Business travelers fly from city to city, and so do the bugs. As they spread, you and your family are increasingly at risk. (more…)

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Vital Info about the Bed Bug Outbreak!!!!!

As if you needed something else to worry about, bedbugs, those pests from the old bedtime rhyme are making a comeback.  More of a nuisance than a health hazard, they are showing up to suck blood from people in hotels, college dorms, clothing stores and hospitals.

A tad of information that you will want to know about bedbugs. We have friends here in our community and one of their sons is an entomologist (insect expert), and has been telling them that there is an epidemic of bed bugs now occurring in America.  Recently I have heard on the news that several stores in NYC have had to close due to bed bug problems, as well as a complete mall in New Jersey. (more…)

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Milkweed Bug vs. Box Elder Bug

Milkweed bugs look remarkably like boxelder bugs until you compare the two together. The difference is then quite noticeable. Milkweed bugs are primarily found on or near milkweed and some other plants of the same family. Milkweed bugs are not normally found indoors-unless you have a field full of milkweed. (more…)

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Characteristics Of Bees

Bees are reliant on pollen as a protein source and on flowers nectar or oils as an energy source. Adult females collect pollen primarily to feed their larvae. The pollen they inevitably lose in going from flower to flowers is important to plants because some pollen lands on the pistils (productive structure) of other flowers of the same species, resulting in cross pollination. Bee’s are the most significant pollinating insects, and their interdependence with plants makes them an excellent example of the type of symbiosis known as mutualism, an association between unlike organisms that is beneficial to both parties. (more…)

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