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Tips to help you control and prevent weeds on your lawn or alley, prevent or get rid of insects in your home, and finally control and keep away rats and mice. 

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No one wants to see rodents invite themselves to their Christmas party. Looking for warmth and food, mice could be tempted to join in the fun, whether you like it or not. Here are a few tips to prevent the situation.
Our PREDATOR product offer is comprised of several products that will help you control and repel rats and mice. Here's an overview of the various options available to you. 
Rodents like mice can carry diseases, viruses and bacteria. That is why it's important to clean up and decontaminate affected areas after you've rid your house of the pests. When decontaminating, avoid disturbing dust particles or mouse droppings. Get our tips here!
Insects and rodents can get inside your home without you knowing it, and they sneak in gradually. Here is our top 10 of house pests you could find in your home and how to get rid of them. 
When the cold sets in, rodents like mice, rats and squirrels look for a warm place to spend the winter. No one wants to share their space with them. Most of the time, the best way to avoid problems is prevention. Here are a few tips to apply this fall to make your home less attractive to rodents. 
In the fall, mice and rats look for a warm, dry and safe location to make their nest and spend the cold season. We don't necessarily think of cars as a possible hiding place, but for them, it's an obvious choice.
Glyphosate appeared on the market as an active ingredient in 1974. It's found in close to 750 products commercialized by 90 manufacturers. 
For decades, researchers have tried to introduce Japanese beetle predators to the country, but without success. Good news: tachinid flies (Istocheta aldrichi), a parasite helping to control the proliferation of the species, appeared a few years ago.
You can get rid of a wasp nest with the right insecticide and the following tips.
These large hairless caterpillars, that are Gray, brown or black will chew on young plants, frequently severing the stems off near the ground.