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Controlling Pests Goes Beyond Spraying Pesticides Pest control is not just about spraying or baiting with pesticides, or using traps. The overall approach to eliminating pest infestation is to identify the contributing factors and work on these drivers. Such an approach starts with determining what organisms could exist in the environment where man conducts his daily activities and the hazards these organisms pose. Knowing what makes these organisms thrive, determines the solutions for negating the conditions that make it conducive for these organisms to breed and survive in a particular environment. Pests endanger humans with bites or stings; and could carry life-threatening pathogens for humans as well as pets or livestock. Some organisms become pests when these adversely impact agriculture by consuming plants and grain, or also carry microbes that stunt/kill vegetation growth. Rabid feral dogs and cats could pose a threat. Birds can be carriers of dangerous microbes in their excreta. Many love pigeons in the park, but these could really damage gutters or roofing with accumulated droppings. Some animals may not be pests in their natural habitats, but could become bothersome when these enter human habitation (like bears, snakes, alligators, etc.). In most of these situations, animal control specialists are called in to control these “pests”. Most pest control services, however, cover rats and crawling, migratory or flying insects (some parasitic): termites, cockroaches, ants, fleas, tics, mites, flies, wasps, or mosquitoes. Some of these can do serious house damage, spoil/consume food supplies or have nasty bites/stings that may even be poisonous. Others are carriers for pathogenic organisms that could cause epidemics.
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When a house or facility is constructed, pest control service providers are engaged to design and implement a termite control system under and around structures. This method involves provision of “fill-points” for periodic soil treatment with safe pesticides (as opposed to the older way of one-time soil treatment before the foundations or flooring are laid).
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Baiting systems for crawling insects also are such that the insects carry the pesticides back to the nests or colonies. The active component of cockroach poisons are also passed on to other roaches that feed on those that die from the poison, thus amplifying pesticide effectiveness. Most flying insects are susceptible to long-lasting sprays and fogging, but eradication is best achieved by eliminating breeding areas. Rodenticides used by most pest control services not only kill rats, but flush these vermin out to avoid bad odor from rotting carcasses in vents or ducts. These specialists not only bait or trap vermin, but help identify and remove possible nesting areas as well as food sources. Usually, infestations substantially decrease when rodents move out from a home or facility because these are denied food sources. Proper garbage disposal, regular kitchen cleaning free from food scraps, pest-proof containers to secure foodstuff, and avoiding stacks of paper in boxes help keep rodents away.

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