Boxelder Bug Pest Control
Many of us have an innate fear of all things creepy crawly, including beetles. Boxelder bugs can often inspire insectophobia in the best of us. Although generally they’re not dangerous to humans, beetles can be pests as they multiply quickly, are often very numerous, and can be found both inside and outside.
Boxelder Bugs get their name from the fact that they love to infest Boxelder Trees. Inside homes or offices they are just a nuisance pest, and are easily eliminated with Pest Control Services.
Box Elder Bugs are fairly common in throughout the southwest, and they’re generally quite small (about ½” long). Box elder, maple, cherry, ash, and a variety of other trees are often fed upon by these insects. When eating, Boxelder bugs suck sap from leaves and seeds of a variety of fauna. Although it can often be annoying to find these insects in large numbers in yards and gardens, they ultimately do not cause much damage to plants that they feed off. [Read more…]