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// Posted April 2, 2014

New Scientific Method of Stopping Insects in Their Tracks

Wouldn’t it be great if you could stop an insect infestation before it starts? Scientists may have found a way to do just that. They have recently discovered that altering a certain neuropeptide in the brain of common pests may reduce insect mating, thus reducing the overall pest populations. Introducing a New Way to Stop […]

// Posted February 26, 2014

The Large Milkweed Bug: Friend or Foe?

The milkweed bug is a colorful beetle that feeds mainly on grains. Its distinguishing characteristics are its long mouth part and its red and black outer colors. Although especially abundant in the south-eastern part of the United States, the milkweed bug has also been seen as far north as Ontario, Canada. Some treatments are available […]