Plague locusts hatching and hungry in wet summer conditions at the NSW, Queensland and SA borders

By |2019-05-24T17:56:06+00:00January 24th, 2017|comercial, news, pest control|

Australian plague locusts are building in intensity along the tristate border region Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia, helped by good summer rainfall.     The nymphs are emerging hungry and ready to eat fresh grass and crops. Locusts north of Broken Hill and around Birdsville would have another hatching, which would pose a [...]

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Wasps causing less of a buzz for pest control services

By |2017-02-03T08:12:20+00:00January 16th, 2017|birds, hospitality, house, news, pest control|

Pest control services are feeling the sting, but everyone else is buzzing with glee as a cool summer keeps angry wasps away. Few will be mourning the wasp shortage, however other effects from the terrible summer are hitting the pest control industry. It's different this season because of the wet and the rain and lack [...]

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How to fight the annual winter mould attack at home

By |2019-05-24T17:56:06+00:00January 10th, 2017|house, mould, news, Uncategorized|

The notorious ex-govie — a common style of brick home that many in Canberra either love or love to hate — can have poor ventilation, aluminium window frames and ineffective exhaust fans.   Condensation in Window Combine that with common winter habits such as drying clothes inside and running humidifiers for croaky kids, and you [...]

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