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July 13, 2017 • Outdoor Pests • Helpful Hints • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

When NOT to use a Japanese Beetle Trap

Feeding on turfgrasses as well as 300 varieties of ornamental plants, Japanese beetles pose a serious threat to the health of your lawn and garden. It's time to fight back -- but are traps the best way?

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June 30, 2017 • Outdoor Pests • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

Timely tick tips

Black flies and mosquitoes are well-known warm-weather bloodsuckers, but there's another tiny terror you need to know about: Ticks. Here are some timely tick tips!

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June 21, 2017 • Outdoor Pests • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

Five insects that will bug you this summer

It's the first official day of Summer! Here are five insects that will prove to be the biggest problem pests during these warm months.

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June 8, 2017 • Outdoor Pests • Product Points • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

GoClip: Your go-to when black flies attack

Annoying black flies, tiny little vampires that they are, create an unbearable environment for anyone going outdoors between April and June.

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May 31, 2017 • Outdoor Pests • Helpful Hints • Product Points • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

Bug Week

Our segment on "Bug Week" with KREM2 News.

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May 25, 2017 • Outdoor Pests • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

Battling black flies

Black flies come out of nowhere to leave nasty bites on skin. Thankfully, we have several non-toxic solutions for black flies!

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May 19, 2017 • Outdoor Pests • Helpful Hints • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

No queen. No nest. Save summer!

For a safer summer, catch the queens now!

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May 18, 2017 • Company Culture

Getting schooled on smarter pest control

The 2017 National Hardware Show, held last week in Las Vegas, marked the debut of our "RESCUE! University" trade show theme.

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May 3, 2017 • Company Culture

Happy Trail

Cleaning up Spokane's Centennial Trail is just one way we care for our community and the environment.

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