The beauty of fall–aside from the leaves changing and the cool, comfortable air–is that you no longer hav
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Nine spine surgeons were asked how they were using BMP in their practice and whether these current controversies have influenced the way they use the product.
How to Water New Trees, Shrubs, and Other Plants
Award-winning landscapers and landscape designers in Lancaster, PA explain how to water your new trees, shrubs, and flowers in your new plantings.
Got Pests? Expert Advice to Deter Unwanted Houseguests
The blooming flowers, sunny skies, and much-anticipated return of warmer weather across the country are not the only signs that spring has officially sprung. The change in seasons is also marked by the emergence of common springtime pests—from ants, cockroaches, and flies to termites and stinging insects. In fact, the pest control industry deems this time of year the start of pest season, as many insects begin to emerge from their winter hiding spots to mate and find new places to form colonies, and that often includes our homes. Pest Prevention Tactics The best way to minimize the chance of an infestation this spring is prevention. The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) recommends conducting an audit…
Study Examines How Termites Ventilate
The structural pest control industry consists of more than 19,000 pest management firms generating approximately $6.5 billion in annual revenue. One of the most stable segments of the U.S. economy, pest management professionals play a critical role in protecting the public’s health, food and property, providing valuable integrated pest management services to both residential and commercial customers. As the leading monthly trade publication serving this dynamic marketplace, PCT magazine is the industry’s "go-to" source for news and product information.
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3 tips for using grain storage bags this fall
A projected record corn harvest, along with low prices, has many farmers considering storage for their corn and soybeans this fall. As grain bins fill up, a "bag silo" may be an option for over-winter storage.
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Sugar Ants left the picnic and are now infiltrating the home or commercial business building: Sugar Ants can locate a reliable source of...