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Rose Pest Solutions Committed To Protecting Pollinators

August 22 also marks National Honey Bee Day

August

17

2015

Rose pest solutions joins in national day of service to raise awareness about the importance of protecting pollinators.

Tags: Pollinators

Five tips to prevent occasional invaders

Five tips to prevent a group of insects that invaded structures "occasionally".

July

27

2015

When most people think of a pest infestation, they likely think of bed bugscockroaches or rodents. However, there are many other pests that can quickly become a nuisance for homeowners. Occasional invaders, a group of insects that invade structures from time to time, often find their way inside homes throughout the year when weather conditions become hostile to their survival. These pests include boxelder bugscentipedesearwigshouse cricketsladybugsmillipedespillbugssilverfishspringtails and stink bugs, to name a few.

Tags: pantry pests

Cockroaches: Why They Are So Hard to Control

Rose Pest Solutions explores why these reviled pests can be difficult to eliminate from homes

July

06

2015

Cockroaches are some of the most adaptable pests on Earth. These long-despised creepy creatures have been around for more than 280 million years, and in this time have evolved to display some unique behaviors and survival tactics that allow them to thrive in many different environments, including homes in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana. Rose Pest Solutions reminds homeowners that while controlling cockroaches can be particularly challenging, doing so is vital to protecting human health.

Tags: American cockroach  |  cockroaches  |  German cockroaches

Protecting Pollinators

Rose entomologists save hive from home

June

15

2015


Mark Vanderwerp holds the rescued bee hive
Rose entomologists Mark Vanderwerp, Manager of Education and Training and Mark D. Sheperdigian, B.C.E. VP of Technical Services, paid a visit to a home with a large bee hive in the walls. The hive was successfully removed and the bees now happily reside in Vanderwerp's back yard.

Tags: bees

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