An influx of bed bugs in your property isn’t all that easy to avoid, especially considering how quickly they can spread and jump from one location to another.
However, this doesn’t mean an infestation can’t be properly treated nor does it mean you have to give up with prevention methods.
Summer is prime time for pests, which can make days in the glorious sunshine somewhat of a nightmare if insects take a liking to you.
Unfortunately, off-the-shelf repellents don’t always do their job as well as they could, so instead, why not make your own.
The classic common and garden snails are seemingly harmless until you invite a whole host of them to live in your garden, and question why you keep finding decimated plants.
They are by no means the only breeds out there that seek to wreak havoc though.
In fact, let’s take a look at a few others now, from around the globe.
During summer, our gardens are a haven for pests and creepy crawlies.
This is why it is so important to remain vigilant and cautious, so as not to disturb their nests when lounging in the sun or doing a spot of gardening.
As a school, you have an obligation to keep your students safe at all times.
And part of this responsibility means ensuring sanitation, property structure stability and the like are all kept up to scratch.
However, sometimes circumstances can be unavoidable, especially when it comes to pests.
Among the most feared pests, Hornets are a species of wasp.
Though the European hornet bears similar markings to Yellow Jackets, they are distinguishable in length and width.
Also, unlike bees or other members of the wasp family, their sacs, which carry poison, can hold a higher volume.
This means that their stings are likely to be more painful due to the amount of venom injected per puncture.
The film industry makes a habit of dramatising certain scenes in our favourite horror movies, even those based on a true story!
However, though we may not yet be faced with intelligent cockroaches capable of waving an aptly themed flag, there is a share of killer bugs and swarms out there to be wary of.
The UK is currently home to as many as 34 mosquito species, and anywhere you visit in the world, there is always a risk of diseases spreading through bites.
However, could our home country be becoming more susceptible to exotic diseases spread by these insects?
Let’s find out.