Look for Increased Pest Pressure this Fall and Winter, NPMA Says

Original Post By Pest Control Technology FAIRFAX, Va. — The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) released its bi-annual Bug Barometer, a seasonal forecast of the pest pressure and activity Americans can expect to see in their respective regions of the country based on weather patterns and long-term predictions, as well as pest biological behaviors. According […]

August Is Now Officially Bed Bug Season

A recently published study in the Journal of Medical Entomology titled “Spatial and Temporal Patterns in Cimex lectularius(Hemiptera: Cimicidae) Reporting in Philadelphia, PA” reveals new information about bed bugs, and it doesn’t look good. Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania mapped out the bed bug trends over a span of four years (2008-2012) to see if […]

Brown Marmorated Stink Bug

With the long winter behind us, you may have started to see some sluggish stink bugs around your home. Known as the brown marmorated stink bug, this pest is not native to the states. The first stateside sighting of this insect was in Pennsylvania back in 1998. Since then these pests have spread throughout the continental United […]

How to Deal with Mosquitoes this Spring

                    If you thought that this seemingly endless winter has postponed the mosquitoes from attacking, then think again.  Many species of mosquitoes are already active. One such species is the northern house mosquito. Adults of this species spend their winter in protected areas, watching over their […]