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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Tips to follow when baiting and trapping: Eliminate all other food sources, Block up access holes to the outside, using chalking, cement or Aluminum foil
Grubs are the larvae of different kinds of beetles; Japanese Beetle, European Chafer, or the June bug. They are “C” shaped, milky white in colour, with a brown head, and six prominent legs. 
Earwigs thrive in moist, shady locations, such as bathrooms, kitchens, under your garden planters, or under your shade loving plants. Here are some tips to prevent them in your house and backyard.
Adult potato beetles are orange with 10 black stripes on their backs. Their larvae are red to orange with two rows of black dots along their sides. Look for orange to yellow eggs on the underside of leaves, generally in groups of 30. 
Cockroaches have flat, oval-shaped bodies with a small head and six long legs.
Bed bugs are usually no more than 4 to 5 mm (1/8 to ¼-inch) in length in their adult state.
Tiny, soft insects that cluster on the underside of leaves, stems and buds and suck plant juices.
Slugs and snails are slimy mollusks that are similar looking other than slugs lack a shell. To help control, apply baits or controls in areas of high moisture, or under plants with heavy foliage, and it can greatly help reduce the population.
The dangers of that sting increase considerably if someone in your family is allergic. So what can you do about it? Here are some ways to keep your family safe during wasp and hornet season.
Here are a few interesting facts about the life of wasps. After you've read this, you'll probably want to take action right away to rid your home and your lawn of those unwanted insects.