How long do you have to stay out of your house after pest control? After Your Scorpion & Pest Control treatment, we just ask that you keep children and pets off treated areas till they’re dry.
What should I do after pest control? After products from your scorpion or pest control application DRY, they’re NOT readily absorbed into hands and paws! It’s best to do deep cleaning before your pest control service, however after pest control spray is dry, you can go ahead and live your life as normal….. Vacuum, mop floors, and water your lawn, etc!
These Tiny Bugs All Over AZ
These little tiny False Chinch bugs are all over the Phoenix AZ Valley right now. They feed on weeds and gather in large numbers to migrate. False Chinch Bugs do NOT pose a biting or stinging threat to people, but may damage plants while they are in large migrating groups. They may be irritating, but they’re harmless.
- Less than 1/4 an inch long.
- Brown-Grey Coloring
- Narrow Body
- Red markings
How To Control False Chinch Bugs
You can effectively eliminate these irritating pests quickly with general pest control, but if you are patient they’ll be gone in a week or two. You can also remove them naturally by eliminating weeds in the mustard family that surround your property, and with a vacuum or broom.
False Chinch Bugs are a pest that come and go pretty quickly. By the time they start gathering in groups and become noticeable, desert temps are rising and these bugs move on, dry-out, and die as fast as the green desert.
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Breaking the Life Cycle For EFFECTIVE Pest Control
For most bugs, EFFECTIVE Pest Control depends on breaking the life cycle! Pest reproduction increases and prolongs any given infestations, so eliminating the egg cycle (or life cycle) gets pests under control quickly.
Effective Pest Control breaks the life or EGG cycle of pests, so insects can’t reproduce and re-infest your home or office!
Scary LOOKING but usually harmless, and VERY common in the Phoenix AZ Valley from March – October.
Although they’re usually harmless, these spiders CAN bite. All spiders are venomous, and reactions depend on the victims response to the spiders venom. Just like with Bee stings, those who are allergic will have a more severe reaction. [Read more…]