Insects and Rodents That Become More of a Nuisance in Autumn   With fall comes a change in the seasons that means colder weather and changing vegetation.  Every time there is an outdoor temperature change or a change in food sources, one can expect to encounter different types of pests.  Changing temperatures also mean that […]

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How to Keep Flies From Using Your Home as Theirs Flies may be a nuisance insect year-round, but in our area, flies are a particular problem in the fall.  This is not just about perception. The winter kills off many flies, but their populations begin increasing as soon as breeding begins in the spring.  For […]

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PCT Magazine October-2012 Research out of Ohio State finds foggers have little impact on modern-day bed bugs due to the brief exposure times, their relatively low concentrations of pyrethrins and/or pyrethroids, and their lack of residual activity. And, the insecticide mist from such foggers had no adverse effects on any bed bugs that were in […]

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Have a No-Mouse House: It may seem like the middle of summer, but the reality is that fall and colder temperatures are just around the corner.  When the temperature drops, your risk of mice, rats, and other pests dramatically increases, because they seek the warmer temperatures in your home.  While Viking Pest is always here […]

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Mexican Bean Beetles By William A. Kolbe B.C.E. New Jersey Gardeners are reporting sightings and damage on beans (especially lima and snap beans) from Mexican Bean Beetles (MBB). Activity levels and ensuing damage by these plant feeders will vary this year due to the cool spring and water amounts from rainfall (and lack of rain). […]

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