Identify And Managing A Gopher Infestation In Your Edible Garden

Posted on: 6 May 2015

If your thriving edible garden suddenly comes under attack by critters eating fruits and vegetables, you may have a gopher infestation. These rodents are voracious vegetarians and will feed above and below the surface of your garden. After you identify a gopher infestation, you should take action to rid your yard of the pests. Identifying Gophers Gophers are small, brown rodents with long front teeth. The furry pests resemble moles. However, they are larger than moles, have soft fine hair and usually grow between five to ten inches long.
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The Truth Behind Four Common Bed Bug Myths

Posted on: 22 April 2015

Although bed bugs have claimed the media spotlight in recent years for increased reports of infestations, many people are still highly misinformed about these tiny little pests. If you're not very familiar with bed bugs, it's easy to believe some of the many misconceptions about them. Here's a look at some of the most common misconceptions about bed bugs and the truth behind them. You'll Only Find Bed Bugs in Hotels
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4 Signs Of A Bed Bug Infestation You Should Know Before Buying Used Furniture

Posted on: 20 April 2015

You could drop thousands of dollars on new furniture for your home in just one shopping trip. This is why so many people choose to invest in gently used furniture from secondhand or used furniture stores. While this is a good way to save money and get the furniture you need, it is also a good way to end up with bed bugs in your home that once belonged to someone else.
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4 Things Homeowners Need To Know About Killer Bees

Posted on: 2 April 2015

Bees are the bane of homeowners across the United States, but not all bees pose the same threat to people. Africanized honey bees, often called killer bees, are much more aggressive than regular honey bees. Here's what you need to know about these dangerous pests. How do you identify killer bees? Killer bees look very similar to regular honey bees. There are a few differences between the two species, but you won't be able to see them with your naked eye.
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