We tried something new at the office this year: A "Biggest Loser" Competition. Just after the new year, the Human Resources Department challenged our employees to participate in a 12-week weight loss challenge.
Just as spring signifies new beginnings for us, it means rejuvenation in the insect world as well. A key part of the life cycle for most insects happens in spring, and this season can set the stage for their activity the rest of the year.
It's technically not spring yet, but the onset of warmer temperatures in March can bring an unwelcome invader: The paper wasp queen, searching for a spot to settle and start a nest to raise her colony for the summer.
Just in time for spring wasp season, we're pleased to unveil a new and improved version of our TrapStik® for Wasps. It effectively traps the target insects, while greatly reducing the chances of anything other than wasps getting trapped.