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These bugs are a major pain in the — to many who thought it wouldn’t happen to them. Calls have increased due to summer travel, so please beware and take precautions. The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) has a lot of good information, so please take a moment of your time to read and understand.
Now on to a touchier situation, don’t believe everything you read about Bed Bugs but rather visit those sites that have good information. People still tend to I read this or that and I try my best to set the record straight, but the NPMA really is the authority on bugs. They set the standard with QualityPro and a staff Entomologist. The more you know = KNOWLEDGE and we all know that Knowledge is Power.
I probably have said this a few times but a really great reason to read my blog – I stay ahead of the curve on new species, updates on issues around the US and World and primarily issues with vector borne diseases.
“3 confirmed cases of Chikungunya virus in NC” A few of these diseases include symptoms that some of us could account for daily such as joint pain, headaches and rashes.
Stay well my friends…
Bed Bugs continue to be in the news, so I think it is extremely important to stay in the know. If you travel or are just curious about these little biters, then check out this site.
By the way its right in line with my “IPM” (Integrated Pest Management) ideas and strategies.
Given the space or lack thereof – bugs will make their way into your home or business. Pests have adapted to us, just look at German Roaches they will use exploit our weaknesses and hitch a ride home to our kitchens or businesses. Bed Bugs are very much the same, they will hide in luggage or shoes and boom they are in our house ready to feed off any family member they can find.
Home-sealing is by far the best way to keep out those pests. Caulking, door sweeps and fixing screens are an excellent way to keep pests out. IPM or Integrated Pest Management is the way to think when it comes to protecting your family.