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The Garden Doctors, Gwen Kilchherr and Dana Lozana, answered a reader’s question about Norway rats vs. roof rats. The Garden Doctors explained, in a Press Democrat article on June 18, 2016, that Norway rats are bigger and have burrows along … Continue reading
In milliseconds, a roach can flip under a ledge by swinging its body around like a pendulum and hanging on underneath with hooklike claws. Scientists are trying to copy that agility in a robot. Continue reading
We all want to come back from our travels with good memories and without bed bugs. Even the best hotels sometimes have bed bugs. How can we stay safe when traveling? When checking in, ask hotel personnel if your room … Continue reading
When ants invade, call Steve Gustafson for Sonoma County pest control. With many years experience in the Santa Rosa area, you can rely on us to eliminate the ant problem in one treatment — no expensive annual contract required. Our … Continue reading
Successful extermination of roaches can be done in only one or two treatments. At RatsToRoaches, we use a low-toxic approach to get the maximum effectiveness with the minimum toxins. Continue reading
The safest and most natural way to deal with ants is to make your home inhospitable to them. Here’s how Martha Stewart recommends doing it. Continue reading
Video: professional bed bug exterminator shows how he pinpoints bedbug infestation. Continue reading
You want to be sure to place your trap as far away from house as you can because you do not want to draw them to house. At night, when yellowjackets are inactive, empty the trap and refill with fruit juice. Continue reading
People also fear the old wives’s tale (and scary science fiction) that they crawl into ears, which they do not. On the other hand, they do make a nuisance of themselves by hiding in any little crack they can find and in some pretty unusual places. There are a number of ways to control earwigs without spraying. Continue reading