It’s been written that at any given moment, a billion billion bugs are besieging the earth.
It’s known that mosquitoes enjoy wet and warm climates. The southern US is favored mosquito territory, and GUESS WHAT? That’s us. Certain weather conditions can bring mosquitoes out in force, wherever you live.
What is the most efficient transmitter of disease in the animal kingdom? The female mosquito.
With the weather warming up, insect activity is definitely increasing. Ants will come next and then mosquitoes, ticks and fleas.
There are Drywood Termites that can eat your home from the inside out and Subterranean termites that eat your house from the outside in. Together, they cost US property owners billions of dollars in damage each year. Eastern Subterranean termites are the most popular here in Central Virginia and they won’t hesitate to make a meal out of your house if you leave it unprotected.
It’s a known fact that most insects tend to disappear during the winter. But the
question is where do they go and can cold weather kill those bugs? More importantly, will the cold weather exterminate them for a more pleasant spring? Here is what we know about the winter tendencies of our six legged friends.
According to The Mother Nature Network, There are up to 25,000 bugs in the average Christmas tree. But you don’t need to worry about them ruining the holiday! Aphids, spiders, mites, bark beetles and even praying mantises all could be your new (unwelcome) holiday guests. How festive! Dreaming of a Creepy Crawly Christmas? While this may…
Believe it or not, fall pests are already starting to make trouble for homeowners in Central Virginia. Pests are starting to look for a safe, warm place to call home during the colder late fall and winter months. Holistic Pest Solutions is here to provide you with some information about controlling fall pests and how…