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Have Centipedes? Then You Might Have More Dangerous Pests In Your Home

Posted by on May 29, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Have Centipedes? Then You Might Have More Dangerous Pests In Your Home

You may find centipedes to be very unappealing, but centipedes are not very harmful. Even if you are bit by one, the bite is about as serious as a bee sting. But having a lot of centipedes in your home can be a sign that you have more serious pests nearby, such as cockroaches, houseflies and bed bugs. Therefore, you will want to focus on these pests more so than trying to eliminate the centipedes themselves: Go Through Your Home Systematically There might be a part of your home you often do not pay attention to that could be a hiding place for pests, may be a source of moisture or might have a convenient food supply, such as meatball that rolled underneath the refrigerator. Go through your home and search for any signs of a pest infestation, such...

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No Drought About It! Water-Friendly Landscaping

Posted by on May 14, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on No Drought About It! Water-Friendly Landscaping

Droughts are becoming more and more common as the climate has been changing. In California, for example, lack of rainfall has prompted the government to step up water conservation methods. One of the first things to go once people start scrimping on water is lush, green lawns. But not being able to water your lawn doesn’t mean that you can’t have a beautiful yard. Certain landscaping techniques will help keep your home lovely and drought-resistant. Give up the Grass Grass has been the king of lawns for decades, now. But thick, green grass just isn’t feasible in dry climates. Try other types of ground cover that grows naturally in dry climates. There are green plants and even plants that flower in all the colors of the rainbow. One such variety is Bee’s Bliss, according to California Las Pilitas Nursery....

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