How to Solve a Long Term Serious Ant Problem: A Case Study

The red imported fire ant (RIFA) entered the U.S. through the port of Mobile, AL, sometime during the late 1920s to early 1930s. Since then, RIFA has spread across the South and is now found from the Carolinas to California. It is estimated RIFA currently inhabit more...

Mounds of Trouble

The red imported fire ant (RIFA) entered the U.S. through the port of Mobile, AL, sometime during the late 1920s to early 1930s. Since then, RIFA has spread across the South and is now found from the Carolinas to California. It is estimated RIFA currently inhabit more...

Deadly Force, Fire Ants

Fire ant stings are dangerous because of the venom injected into the victim that causes pain, swelling and other local affects plus the possible severity of the individual’s allergic reaction. This reaction may be so severe that victims might suffer sweating, slurred...

Ants Do’s & Dont’s

With all the media coverage focusing on that other pest, one wonders if ants are still No. 1? Ants continue to be a commonly encountered and significantly problematic pest in most regions of the country. And while pest species might vary with geography, there seems to...

Ant Problems

At times ants seem omnipresent. They can literally be anywhere and everywhere. Of course, when dealing with ants, and any pest problem, it is best to identify the pest species you’re dealing with. This is so because the biology and behavior of the individual...

Problematic Ants

Welcome to My Blog Here is a basic blog layout with a right sidebar 2019 Pest Trends by miladmin | Jul 21, 2019 | Uncategorized | 0 CommentsExperienced pest management professionals (PMPs) know that fecal matter or fecal stains, the “calling cards” after a bloodmeal,...