Archive for September, 2012

Earth’s Most Extreme Insects

September 28, 2012By 0 Comments

Entomologists at the University of Florida scoured the literature to come up with a list of insects that were the coolest, fastest, largest, longest, loudest and brightest. They also chose more unusual champions: best imitator, least specific vertebrate bloodsucker and most spectacular mating just to name a few of them. Wired Science put together a list […]

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Malaria No More

September 27, 2012By

Malaria No More is determined to end malaria deaths in Africa by 2015. Malaria is a preventable and treatable disease and recent progress shows that malaria’s days are numbered — but we need your help. Together, we can make malaria no more. Text ‘NET’ to 85944 to make a $10 donation to Malaria No […]

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Zombie Ants!

September 24, 2012By 0 Comments

The latest pest control technique is being put to the test in Texas. For many, The South American Fire Ant has become an obnoxious pest. The idea is to control the fire ants spread and damage. The other main goal is to protect the native ant species. The solution is simple; place natural enemies into […]

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Enjoy Nature – From Afar

September 21, 2012By 0 Comments

Enjoy Nature – From Afar ~PPMA I have been amazed at the number of sad and scary-but-true stories that have emerged lately about serious and even deadly repercussions from people’s interactions with wildlife.  I was moved this morning reading about a young girl infected with the bubonic plaque. While it’s not clear exactly how she […]

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Ant Control Tips

September 20, 2012By 0 Comments

There are more than 700 species of ants in the United States. Some of the most common include argentine, carpenter, odorous house, pavement and red imported fire ants. All ants are social insects that live in colonies. They can be identified by their three distinct body regions: head, thorax, and abdomen. However, the biology and […]

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The Sentricon® Termite Colony Elimination System

September 19, 2012By 0 Comments

The Sentricon® Termite Colony Elimination System The Sentricon® Termite Colony Elimination System is more than just a way to shut down termite colonies.  It is all about your peace of mind.  Only 24/7 protection from the world’s best will give you that.  The Sentricon System instills total confidence through: Proven Colony Elimination The Sentricon System is a game-changer.  […]

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More Than Meets The Eye

September 18, 2012By

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Manage spiders using these tips

September 17, 2012By 0 Comments

Manage spiders using these tips: Indoors, regular housecleaning provides adequate spider control. Vacuum up the spider and its web. Prevent clutter buildup that can provide hiding places. Remove spider webs from the exterior of the house with a broom or high pressure hose. Indoors, squash spiders or capture them in a jar and release them […]

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September 14, 2012By

Wal-Mart is launching a new insect snack mix! Get the details in the article below. WAL-MART LAUNCHES CRUNCHY INSECT SNACK MIX BENTONVILLE, AR – Wal-Mart has begun selling a crunchy snack mix that contains real insects! Wal-Mart launched “Bug Crunch” a new line of salty, baked insects as part of their effort to branch out […]

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Pest Photography & Pest PSA Contest

September 13, 2012By 0 Comments

Pest Photography & Pest PSA Contest Pest Photography Contest: The national contest challenges both amateur and avid photographers to submit images of household pests such as rodents, mosquitoes, ants, termites, cockroaches, stinging insects and ticks. For official rules and details, please visit Pest PSA Contest: This national contest challenges students in grades 4 through 8 […]

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