How do you get rat’s out of my grains warehouse?

How do you get rat’s out of my grains warehouse? Yes rat’s in heaven, it is hard to put out rat bait’s when they already have a large food source, But there is a way to get rid of these little grain eaters, the situation is that they have a large food source, now rat’s…

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Signs of rodent presence

Signs Of Rodent Presence Home owners will normally be aware of the presence of rodents in their dwelling but occasionally the signs are less obvious. As a pest controller, you may be asked to do an inspection and will have access to parts of the home the owner rarely inspects. By posting the following signs…

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Rodent Damage

Problems caused by Rodents Rodents can cause problems even if they are few in number. The following outlines some of the most common ones, but for many people just the knowledge that a mouse or a rat has come into their home needs addressing. Damage Pest rodents can chew through cables and electric wiring, causing…

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A Cockroach In A Kitchen

A Cockroach Scurrying Across A Kitchen Floor. This will inevitably be a source of disgust and alarm to a home or business owner. This response is not new. These insects have appeared in poems, songs and books since antiquity. They have always been viewed as dirty, smelly and the carriers of disease. Despite their reputation,…

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Rat Control

Rat Control: Understand What Rat You Have. The two most common invasive species of rat in the world are the Black rat and the Brown rat. They share many traits, and both can exploit ideal conditions to rapidly expand their populations. In Australia, most rodents are relatively slow breeders but these two invaders can be…

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A Rat Attack Tac Tac – When rat’s over populate. Is this the

You need to understand that the rat problem is in all of our city’s, it may go unnoticed to the public but as a pest technician this is a daily battle, this is affecting a lot of the hospitality business around the city’s. Business also need to speak up on this problem. Rat infestation at…

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SSAA Farmer Assist program connects farmers with qualified pest shooters

SSAA Farmer Assist program connects farmers with qualified pest shooters JUSTIN LAW, The Weekly Times September 30, 2016 12:00am A PROGRAM designed to connect farmers with qualified and insured volunteer shooters will be launched at the field days. The Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (Victoria) will use the event to register farmers, land managers and…

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Household pesticides pose biggest exposure risk to children under five

By Allyson Horn PHOTO: Bug sprays accounted for almost 26 per cent of calls for help. (Supplied: University of Queensland) RELATED STORY: Vinegar makes box jellyfish stings worse: research RELATED STORY: Rise in e-cigarette poisoning alarms health experts MAP: Brisbane 4000 Cockroach and ant baits pose the biggest poison exposure risk to small children, a…

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No more Cockroaches “This is one serious cockroach bombing”

 Pest bomb explosion in restaurant A Brisbane restaurant has a “vapour explosion” on Thursday night after 24 pest bombs were set off inside An overload of pest control bombs has caused a bizarre explosion that substantially damaged a Brisbane restaurant. Emergency services were called to the Glamorous Wok at Sunnybank just after 10pm Thursday after…

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