Starting July 15 – July 19, receive limited-time only deals on Viking’s most popular pest control services for both residential and commercial properties. With savings totaling hundreds of dollars, pest prime week is the optimal time to purchase your pest control needs! Viking Pest is offering deals on a wide array of pest control services, […]

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Many of Viking clients have gardens around their homes.  This article addresses how to keep your plants strong to prevent insect and pest damage.  Much of the information pertains to shrubs and landscaping around your home or business”.. Insect and Arthropod Management Through April Soil Preparation Many garden (insect and arthropod) pests can be directly […]

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Quality Pro Viking Pest Control Interview Read The Interview Here Viking Termite & Pest Control, Inc. Viking Pest Control has been QualityPro Certified since 2006. How did you get started in the pest management industry? I was born into it. I grew up in the pest control industry. My parents started Viking in 1980 and […]

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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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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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  They’re Back!! – Digger Bees The Digger Bee has returned and is terrorizing gardeners and homeowners throughout our service area. Have you seen mounds appearing in your lawn or garden? Is there a tiny bee that moves very quickly frequenting that mysterious mound? If you answered yes, the Digger Bee has found you! This […]

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April is “National Pest Management Month” – Pest Controllers offer tips Disseminated by The Caruba Organization Alan Caruba April is National Pest Management Month and with the advent of spring, Leonard Douglen, the Executive Director of the New Jersey Pest Management Association, reminds homeowners that pest-proof one’s home protects against “threats to health and, importantly, […]

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Event Sponsored by: New Jersey Pest Management Association Annual Clinic Brings Pest Controllers Together New Brunswick, NJ (8/15/13) – A giant Madagascar Hissing Cockroach designated to represent Gov. Chris Christie handily sped past another designated as Barbara Buono who is contesting him in the November elections. The event was the 17th New Jersey Cockroach Derby. […]

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Defendants Must Have Appropriate Scientific Support for Pesticide and Drug Claims Two marketers of unproven cedar oil-based remedies for bed bugs and head lice have agreed to enter into settlements with the Federal Trade Commission that prohibit the allegedly deceptive claims, and require pre-approval from the Food and Drug Administration for any future treatment claims […]

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Maybe You Shouldn’t Do-it-Yourself When it comes to Pest Control? Especially if you risk burning your home to the ground! NJPMA – The Dangers of Do-It-Yourself Pest Control By:Len Douglen | The New Jersey Pest Management Association In June, a Woodbury, NJ homeowner managed to set his house on fire in the course of a […]

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The Cicadas Have Emerged in West Essex NJ Posted By: Carolyne Volpe Curley Article Credit: http://www.thealternativepress.com/ Saturday, June 1, 2013 • 12:31pm ESSEX FELLS, NJ – The emergence of the cicadas has begun in Essex Fells according to photos and video provided to West Essex TAP by Corrine Feindt-Summerville of Caldwell. Friday afternoon, as she […]

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The Large List of Pests New Jerseyans Will Encounter in 2013. “Death and taxes are predictable, but Nature is predictable as well in the form of the many insect and rodent species that attack property and spread disease,” says Leonard Douglen, Executive Director of the New Jersey Pest Management Association. “The Handbook of Pest Control […]

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