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Our Fruit Fly Traps will capture Fruit Flies.
Your fruit fly problem will disappear quickly
*Note that these traps catch fruit flies only.
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For aggressive maintenance to keep bacteria from forming in your drains.

*Bio Drain is a remedy to PREVENT Fruit Flies and Drain Flies from infesting your drains
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*Formulated Specially for Restaurants
*Convenient Spray Formula
* Quick and Efficient
*TWICE the Ease in HALF the Time!
*No pumps! No mixing! No mess!
*Foam Your Drains in Seconds!
*Eliminates Fruit Flies From Your Drains!


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Everything you need to cover all aspects of eliminating Fruit Flies
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Everyone is familiar with house flies. Common household pests, they visit dumps, sewers and garbage heaps, feeding on fecal matter, discharges from wounds and sores, sputum, and all sorts of moist, decaying matter. House flies are suspected of transmitting at least 65 diseases to humans
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Like all insects, ants have six legs. Each leg has three joints. The legs of the ant are very strong so they can run very quickly.
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Achieve maximum fly control in areas where both the trap and the catch need to remain unnoticed.

In production and storage areas of large commercial facilities and back-of-house areas of restaurants and commercial kitchens
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Bed bugs are small, brownish, flattened insects that feed solely on the blood of animals. The common bed bug, Cimex lectularius, is the species most adapted to living with humans. It has done so since ancient times.
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Cockroaches are one of the oldest insects. There are cockroach fossil remains which date back 200 million years. Cockroaches have wings, six legs, and two antennae. A cockroach likes to eat sweet and floury foods and hang out in dark, wet places
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Ticks are bloodsucking external parasites that feed on humans, wild and domestic mammals, birds, reptiles and others. .

Adult fleas are about 1/16 to 1/8-inch long, dark reddish-brown, wingless, hard-bodied (difficult to crush between fingers), have three pairs of legs (hind legs enlarged enabling jumping) and are flattened vertically or side to side allowing easy movement between the hair, fur or feathers of the host.
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Preventing Problems with Pigeons On the surface one might think that pigeons and humans live in perfect harmony. Cities provide pigeons with food, water, free housing on window ledges, rooftops, bridges, warehouses and train stations.
The problem is pigeon droppings. Not only are they unsightly, but can damage buildings, and automobiles, as well as harm people's health if allowed to accumulate
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The rodents are the most abundant order of mammals. At present, over a quarter of the families, 35 percent of the genera, and 50 percent of the species of living mammals are rodents. Probably an even higher percentage of individuals are rodents, for they tend to be small animals with dense populations. They are one of the few groups of animals that flourish in close association with men.
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Termites have lived longer than the dinosaurs and continue to eat their way through all the wood they can find. Termites are 24/7 bugs, which means they eat non-stop — 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They have hard, saw-toothed jaws that help them to eat lumber, wallpaper, plastics and fabric made of plant fibers.
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If you're having problems with raccoons around your house, you might call animal control if you're in a town or village. If you are wanting to do something yourself, there are live traps so you can relocate the critters, but check out local wildlife laws before hand so you don't run the risk of getting in trouble
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Bees are four-winged, flower-feeding insects. They have enlarged hind feet, branched or feathered body hairs, and generally a stinger. Distinguishing wasps and bees can be difficult, unlike bees, wasps' bodies are smooth and appear to have no hair.Hornets are wasps of the genus Vespa, closely related to yellowjackets.
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To make sure that you don't fall victim to nibbling little creatures, here are some ways to prevent rodent infestation and a visit from your health department. Use Deodorizers as well as fly deterents.
Keep areas around the dumpster facility clean and orderly.
Make sure that your dumpster rests on a washable surface and not on grass or land.
Make sure that your dumpster is emptied regularly to prevent odors or garbage from seeping around your establishment.
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