As the season approaches for Carpet Beetles, we have gathered up some interesting information on these pests, how to identify and how to prevent them.
Carpet beetles can usually be found in furniture, carpets, wood and basically anything that they can chew. Its larva, which have a similar appearance to a caterpillar, feed on anything from feces to dead skin cells. They can also be mistaken for bed bugs.
There are three types of carpet beetles:Read more
The bird population in the city can ebb and flow and there appears to be a population of younger owls ‘that are looking for a hunting area’.Read more
The 2011 Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) aims to prevent contamination of human foods through risk analysis and mitigation strategies. FSMA’s Preventive Controls for Human Food rule significantly affects pest management practices at food distribution centers (DCs) by calling for proactive programs that prevent pest problems before they arisRead more
A PhD candidate at the University of British Columbia says the current rat situation in Vancouver is the thing to be scared of this Halloween.Read more
Cellphone video purportedly showing rodent feces falling from the ceiling of the food court at the Westfield Culver City mall over the weekend has prompted an internal investigation.Read more