Monthly Pest Control Tip

Don’t inadvertently bring pests indoors! Check furniture, food, grocery bags, boxes, luggage, and other items you carry in. Also check all potted plants you bring indoors for ant colonies nesting in the soil, pests like sowbugs and earwigs underneath the pots, and pests on leaves and stems.

When landscaping, don’t choose plants that produce an abundance of fruits, nuts, or seeds, unless you plan to harvest and eat them. When these drop on the ground, they provide food for a variety of rodent, animal and insect pests, and look unsightly.

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