Spiders are considered pests by many, but they’re actually beneficial to the delicate balance of nature. Although they’re generally helpful, many people just don’t want them around. Here’s what you can do to prevent too many.
Are grubs giving you grief? A large population of these plump worm-like pests destroy the lawn you’ve labored over by eating its roots. Find out what you need to know about grub damage now.
Silverfish slither into your home for shelter and food. They’ll eat away at starchy materials like wallpaper, books, and even valuable keepsakes. Here’s how you can stop silverfish from invading.
From creepy crawlers to wicked winged creatures, many insects are active well into the fall season. As the weather gets cooler, they’ll look for a way to stay warm inside. Don’t let your home be a haven for common fall pests. Here’s what to do.
Parasitic pests that can carry and transmit diseases, ticks take over yards in the warm months hoping to catch a ride on a host. Here’s how you can repel ticks naturally.
There’s no need to kill off problematic pests with chemicals. Try out these tips to naturally repel mosquitoes and you’ll be able to bask in the beauty of your backyard again without being bitten.
Tiny bugs with big appetites, chinch bugs suck the life out of a lawn. The unsightly yellow or dead patches left behind can resemble the work of other pests, diseases, or drought stress. Find out if it’s chinch bug damage now.
Sod webworms are caterpillars that feed on your grass at night, leaving brown holes in the lawn that eventually become large patches of dead grass. Here’s how to treat for them.
Moles can make a mess out of your yard. Their tunnels and holes damage plant and grass roots. Before they destroy your hard work, find out how to stop moles by using natural repellents.
In search of food, water, and a place to nest, ants often march indoors when the weather turns warmer. Don’t let your home be their next target. Stop them before they enter with these tips to prevent ants.