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July 17, 2023 | Outdoor Pests

Fly Traps: A Matter of Life and Death?

Flies are more than just a nuisance,they pose a real threat to human health and sanitation. In this article, we will explore the importance of utilizing fly traps in curbing the proliferation of flies.

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June 9, 2023 | Helpful Hints • Product Points

Just the FAQs - Outdoor Fly Traps

We answer your burning questions about RESCUE! disposable and reusable outdoor fly traps.

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May 15, 2023 | Helpful Hints

Beware of TrapStik Lookalikes

Shopping for RESCUE! products online? Watch out for the imitators.

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April 28, 2023 | Outdoor Pests • Helpful Hints

Which RESCUE! Fly Trap should I use in my yard?

There are a lot of RESCUE! Fly Traps to choose from. We're here to help you find the right one for you!

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April 6, 2023 | Outdoor Pests • Helpful Hints • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

Red is the New Black (and Yellow)

Red wasps are often considered to be more aggressive than garden-variety paper wasps and will sting when they perceive a threat to their life or territory.

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April 1, 2023 | Outdoor Pests • Company Culture

Introducing: Fly Trap Junior!

Meet Fly Trap Junior, the discreet go-anywhere solution to fly problems outdoors.

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January 5, 2023 | Outdoor Pests • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

How bugs survive winter

We often get asked what insects do in winter. Does a harsh winter and heavy snowfall result in fewer bugs? The answer, typically, is no. Insects have several ways to deal with cold weather.

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January 4, 2023 | Outdoor Pests • Helpful Hints

Spring is coming, and so are Yellowjackets!

Spring is coming, so are Yellowjackets! Yellowjacket queens come out of hibernation when weather begins to warm up. Trap them in the spring and prevent nests in the summer.

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February 17, 2022 | Outdoor Pests • Product Points • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

Your home is calling for help!

These aren't just unsightly holes. It's your home calling for help! Learn why carpenter bees are so destructive, and what you can do about them.

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