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    Recognize the invasion of insects

    Whether it's just a cockroach or an invasion of crickets, it's still not pleasant to deal with insects that colonize our home. When you have removed the insects from home but you are on the alert for further invasion, read the following considerations to learn more about the behavior of these invading insects.  Insects seek shelter Insects that enter your home in the fall, they do it because they are looking for a shelter. In winter, insects enter a lethargy condition called diapause. Many insects wintering at the adult stage, modify the chemical composition of their blood, producing a substance similar to an antifreeze that protects them from freezing. This allows them to survive…

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    3 ways to keep insects out of the house

    Take the right countermeasures to minimize or prevent insect migration in your home. Several insects that live in the garden or outdoors are also good in our domestic environments: in addition to cockroaches, ants and mosquitoes also flies, flies, bugs and creeping insects of various kinds. Three types of barriers enable effective control and protection against insects: physical, chemical and cultural barriers. Use a method or better yet, adopt different techniques of the three types of barriers to set up a strong defense against the insects that invade the houses. Physical barriers The first type of physical barrier is the one that ensures the closure of access for insects in your…

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    How to control the pest insects of the lawn

    Meadow parasitic insects: how to identify the damage caused by the larvae The damage caused by the insects that attack the lawns of the gardens varies according to the number of individuals present in the form of a larva. They can be divided into three large groups of insects : 1. the night 2. the beetles and curculionids 3. the types 1. The night: diggers of tunnels The noctues are butterflies whose adults prefer to fly at night (hence the name) and whose larvae, also with nocturnal habits, feed on the grassy tissues of the lawn. Their presence is identifiable through vertical holes in the ground of the lawn with a diameter of about 5-6 mm with superficial edges eroded…