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April 17, 2019 • Outdoor Pests

What a Catch: Carpenter Bees

If you've been using the TrapStik® for Carpenter Bees this spring, you're already winning the battle against a pest insect that can cause significant structural damage to your home. But we're giving you a way to win even more.

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April 16, 2019 • Company Culture • Outdoor Pests • Product Points

How to use the RESCUE!® Japanese Beetle Trap

Rachel shows you how to use the RESCUE!® Japanese Beetle Trap to protect your garden and offers a glimpse of our production floor, where we manufacture this and other insect traps.

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April 10, 2019 • Company Culture • Outdoor Pests • Product Points

How to use the W·H·Y® Trap for Wasps, Hornets & Yellowjackets

As part of our employee "How-to" video series, Dewey in Research & Development demonstrates how to use the W·H·Y® Trap -- named for the three types of insects it catches: paper wasps, hornets & yellowjackets.

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April 4, 2019 • Product Points

Blinded by Science

Our VisiLure® products look appealing compared to other sticky insect traps, but there's more to them than meets the eye. The 'more' is SCIENCE.

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April 2, 2019 • Indoor Pests • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

April means ants are on the march

Are you looking to get rid of ants? You're not alone. They're the number 1 nuisance pest in the U.S. And now that the calendar has flipped to April, ants are on the march.

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March 22, 2019 • Seasonal Bug Bulletin • Outdoor Pests

Yellowjacket queens prepared to create drama

Don't let this severe winter lull you into a false sense of security. Yellowjacket queens have survived to start a bumper crop of new nests when the weather warms up.

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March 21, 2019 • Seasonal Bug Bulletin • Outdoor Pests

Spring Queen-ing

Housing starts are up, new construction is on the rise. The onset of warmer March temperatures brings an unwelcome invader: The paper wasp queen, searching for a spot to settle and start building a nest to raise her colony for the summer.

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March 20, 2019 • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

Breaking News: Catch the Queens

The spring weather is breaking, and so is this news: It's time to set your traps to catch the queens! Our local ABC affiliate, KXLY 4 News, covered the story on their evening newscast.

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March 19, 2019 • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

Why spring is the most important season for bugs

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.

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