Pest Control Resistance
Pest Control FAILS as Insects Become Pesticide Resistant and Immune.
Pesticide resistance is a common problem with social insects that have: quick development times, fast reproduction rates, and don’t wander far.
- German Roaches – German Roaches are famous for pesticide resistance, and easily become immune to pesticides that are widely used but not applied wisely.
- Bed Bugs
- Some Pantry Pests
Some insects do not develop pesticide resistance due to: solitary behavior, few reproducers, slow reproduction rates, and migration that exposes them to treated areas. Insects that do not develop pesticide resistance include some social and some solitary pests like: scorpions, termites, and ants, etc. Responsible Pest Control delivers GUARANTEED Control of pesticide resistant insects by:
- Responsible Pest Control technicians don’t over apply pesticides frequently in the same area with the same product. Apply an IPM Pest Control approach to prevent resistance using non chemical control methods including: glue traps, sanitation, and exclusion.
- Rotating applications of proper pesticides, between insecticide classes, that all work in diverse ways.
- Using synergists to increase product effectiveness. Synergists stifle insect enzymes, and improve pesticide performance.
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