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Happy Halloween: The Best Pest Costumes Around the Web

October 10, 2015

One of our favorite holidays is right around the corner. This Halloween, rather than focusing on combatting our pest nemeses, we thought it would be fun to honor

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Bed Bugs: Your Terrifying Roommates

October 10, 2015

You wake up in the morning, stretch, yawn, head to the bathroom – but before you can even pick up your toothbrush, something catches your eye in the mirror.

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A Spider’s Tale

September 9, 2015

Let’s face it: spiders aren’t the most lovable creatures. And with Halloween just around the corner, we spiders must prepare.

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P.U. What’s That Smell? Stink Bugs 101

September 9, 2015

You can make many assumptions about an animal from its name. Groundhogs typically live underground. Red-tailed hawks have reddish tail feathers.

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Furry, Fuzzy Foes: Wildlife Management 101

August 8, 2015

It’s one thing to wake up like Cinderella with her assortment of furry and feathered friends helping her dress and prepare for the day.

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Integrated Pest Management: The Eco-Friendly Approach

August 8, 2015

Paint the town red – or green – as we like to say. From installing a recycling system in your home to switching to energy-efficient light bulbs, it seems everyone is going green.

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“Don’t Rat Me Out” – A Mouse’s Tale

July 7, 2015

There you are, standing only a few feet from the entrance of your home. You’re returning from a long day of work – or it’s a lovely Sunday afternoon – who knows, what do I care?

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The Perfect Summer ANT-agonist

July 7, 2015

Human beings have a complex relationship with ants. On the one hand, we can really benefit from their existence.

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How to Stay Mosquito-Free This Summer

June 6, 2015

You’re sitting in your backyard. Maybe you’re enjoying a nice cool beverage, or you’ve got the neighbors over for a barbecue.

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Garden Pests 101: Caterpillars and Rabbits and Slugs, Oh My!

June 6, 2015

When the weather warms up in the DC area, many residents turn to a favorite spring pastime: gardening.

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