Protection and prevention are key to avoiding encounters with dangerous pests. Enjoy a pest-free summer with these five tips from Cypress Creek Pest Control: Look for Breeding Grounds: Eliminate areas of standing water around the yard, as mosquitoes only need half an inch of water to breed — that’s the size of a bottle cap!
The common bed bug (Cimex lectularius) hasn’t always been considered a public health threat, and surprisingly, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. The Environmental Protection Agency, and the US Department of Agriculture only recently joined efforts to redefine the term “public health pests” to include bed bugs. Just like mosquitoes and ticks,
How Frequently Do Termite Pests Infest Houston Structures, And What Role Does The Federal And Local Government Play In The Effort To Protect Homes From Termite Pests? Next to cockroaches and ants, termites are the most commonly managed insect pests of homes and buildings in Houston, and they are easily the most destructive and economically
The Little-Known, But Extremely Destructive Powderpost Drywood Termite Only Infests Structural Lumber And Wood Furniture, And They Are Swarming Now In Houston Unlike Formosan subterranean termites that live in colonies located in moist soil, the West Indian drywood termite, or the “powderpost drywood termite” (Cryptotermes brevis) lives in colonies that are entirely contained within single
Well over one million arthropod species have been documented worldwide, and experts believe that many more have yet to be discovered. For those who are unaware, arthropods include insects, arachnids, centipedes, millipedes, crustaceans and other invertebrate organisms. The vast majority of non-marine arthropod species inhabit tropical and subtropical regions where high humidity, frequent rainfall, and