Herbs, You Have Them In Your Garden To Eat, Why Not To Repel Bugs!!! Basil, Bay Leaves, Mint, Rosemary and Lavender.
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You’re on a summer picnic, lounging in the sun with your eyes closed after eating your turkey sandwich. Something buzzes by your ear. You lazily swat at the sound and then — ouch! — you feel that familiar, aching sting on your cheek. As your face burns red and swells, the last thing on your mind is whether that pesky, no-good insect was a bee or a wasp.
In the preceding scenario, your attacker was most likely a type of wasp. Why? Because wasps are generally more aggressive and likely to stalk public gatherings in search of human food. Bees are more mild-mannered. They focus on the flowers, not your turkey sandwich.
That’s just one way to determine whether the attacker was a bee or a wasp. What other characteristics define these two very similar creatures — both of which belong to the order Hymenoptera? More than 25,000 kinds of each insect exist, but there are several relatively simple ways to distinguish between them.
Winter is a busy season for pests. Rodents are most active and insects come come in the house to find warmth for the cold months.. Find out more about Winter pests »
There are no residues or odors with our thermal bed bug treatment, also known as Heat Assault.
Bed bug heat treatment and general pest control heat treatment are effective in one application, with most complete in just one day. Heat can also penetrate areas where traditional chemicals can’t.
Our new banner is up at the Lynnfield Marketplace skating rink. Take the kids down for some fun family skating time.
Have any indoor plants? Protect them from insects by mixing a tablespoon of cayenne pepper and a few drops of plain liquid soap.
Put in a spray bottle and let sit over night. Spray plants at the base and shake well after every few squirts to keep…
Repel fleas and ticks on your cats and dogs with these essential oils.
For cats, mix 1/4 or a tablespoon of both lemon and lavender essential oils. Apply the mixture behind the shoulders and under the chin.
For dogs, add another 1/4 tablespoon of tea tree oil. Do not use tea tree oil on cats. This will repel ticks and fleas….
Heading out to watch the Superbowl? Here is a quick and easy snack mix that everyone will love.
Before the snow hits hard, make sure to install a chimney cap and to seal around dryer vents to close up any open spaces on your property. You don’t want pests making themselves comfortable in your home!