Wednesday, July 6, 2022
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Tag: pest control

Some plants naturally keep mosquitoes at bay. Most of them do well in containers that can be arranged around outdoor gatherings. Julie Geiss offers insight.

With the recent armyworm invasion, now is a good time to review some basic integrated pest management strategies.

There are a lot of strategies and considerations for keeping squirrels off of fruit trees. Learn more about what works and what doesn't.

Canada geese offer excellent hunting opportunities, but there has been a negative impact on water quality in ponds that can be attributed to geese.

Rodents and insects can do significant damage to crawl spaces. Fortunately, homeowners can use management techniques to keep pests from taking over.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt stands by her tagline "nature is not to be trusted" as she contends with several pests in her house.

Learn more about the invasive Asian longhorned tick, where its new host range is located and what potential disease problems to look out for. 

Penn State University educator Emelie Swackhamer offers tips to help homeowners weigh the pros and cons of using insecticides for spotted lanternflies.

Japanese beetles feed on over 300 different species of plants and the larva, c-shaped white grubs, feed on turf roots. Learn how to control these pests.

The Spotted Lanternfly Checklist for Residents can help citizens prevent the spread of the spotted lanternfly.