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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Here are natural solutions to keep carpenter bees at bay.
Have you noticed condensation along the bottom of your windows? If so, there is probably an excess of humidity in your home.
Unless your garden shed is a fortress, insects and rodents will most likely find a way to get in, and possibly cause various kinds of problems in time.
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. 
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.
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.