Monday, August 23, 2021
As summer 2021 draws to a close, families are scrambling to soak up every last minute of sunshine and warmth, and Rose Pest Solutions - the nation’s oldest pest management company providing industry-leading pest management technology – offers tips to keep the remainder of summer sting-free.
While stinging insects can be a nuisance, many stinging insects are an integral part of agriculture. Many plants, including fruits and vegetables, require pollination in order to grow and thrive.
“Stinging insects can disrupt our lives when a colony establishes in the wrong place. When we take in the full measure of these creatures, including their valuable pollination services, we’re far better living in a world with bees and wasps than we would be without them. It can be difficult to remember that after being stung,” said Mark VanderWerp, manager of education and training for Rose Pest Solutions.
When bees and wasps threaten more than recreational enjoyment by taking up residence in and around the home, Rose technicians are trained to remove nests and hives safely, using the most effective solutions. Every pest control product used has been registered by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and conforms to the strictest guidelines.
If you have a stinging insect infestation don't hesitate to call us at 800-966-ROSE!
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