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How Pantry Moths Get Into Southern Maine Pantries

DATE POSTED: November 20, 2020

Indian meal moths are found in a wide variety of climates and their larvae live in stored food products, which include grains, dried fruit, seeds, spices, and pet food. In fact, pet food is a common culprit when it comes to identifying the cause of infestation.

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Why Professional Pest Control Is A Must For Your Connecticut Home

DATE POSTED: November 11, 2020

Once fall sets in, the insect patterns change to seeking shelter. This time period requires home maintenance to protect against the mass invasion of spiders, ladybugs, boxelder bugs, and more. Larger pests such as rodents also begin to seek out homes for warmth and shelter.

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Why are There Moths in my South Portland Kitchen?

DATE POSTED: February 26, 2020

The northeastern United States is famous for a great many things. One of those things, unfortunately, is the Indian meal moth. The Indian meal moth is one of the more common species of moths, particularly in the northeastern part of the United States.

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When Are Powderpost Beetles Most Active In New England?

DATE POSTED: July 16, 2019

Like termites and carpenter ants, powderpost beetles get into the wood structures of your home and cause damage. They prefer unfinished wood and will bore under the surface to lay their eggs. As their eggs hatch, their larvae tunnel their way through the wood, eating and leaving hollowed-out tunnels in their wake.

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