Showing posts from January, 2013

Homemade Fire Ant Killer Recipe

Fire Ant” other name of Pain. Almost everyone has experience of fire ant's bite. Their venom make pain like fire burn. Sometimes they become problem in our life. They biite our kids, destroy our garden, damage our grains, and even our furniture. Many of us use chemical baits for controlling those devils. But, chemical baits are not good for our nature, atmosphere, and ECO system.

For this we need to know homemade fire ant killer recipe. Today I will introduce you with some good homemade techniques for controlling fire ants.

Stain remover Is stain remover work for controlling fire ant!!!!!!!!Yes, stain remover works for controlling those insects. Because it contains “BORAX”. Borax is a powerful product which is very much capable of controlling ants. So, you should go to your laundry room at first after identifying ants attack in your house for finding stain remover and directly spray on them. It will help you controlling them dramatically.
Boric acid and SugarYes, again I am telling y…

Get Rid of Bed Bug - Know How to Do It As DIY

Bed bugs takes our blood as food. They live in our bed, with us and take food from our body. They have been living with us for the last thousands of years. Although they are not responsible for spreading any dangerous diseases, most people hate them for their bad smell. Some people may have allergic effect by its saliva. It is very hard to get rid of them. But proper steps can remove them from our bed. You can get rid of bed bug by using bed bug spray.

Identify Bedbug Properly Before Using Aerosol Bed bugs are very small in size, about one-quarter inch long. Their color is reddish-brown. They have no wings, round abdomen, and flat back. They hide themselves from day light, and become active at night. They hide themselves into bed frames, Box springs, headboards, mattress seams, cracks and cavities of floor and walls and some places like those. They have no wings and as a result they can’t fly. But crawl very fast.

How They Enters Into Our House? It is necessary to know, how they enters …

Get Rid of Cockroach By Using Boric Acid

Almost every people hate this dirty insect very much, and never want to live with them. But, we don't have any way of getting rid of them forever. We can control them only. Today I gonna show you how to control cockroach using Boric Acid?
Boric acid is widely used chemical which is used for pest controlling. Boric acid is one of the most effective pesticide which is used for controlling cockroach. But, we need to know the right technique of using boric acid.
The Technique of Using Boric Acid Boric acid is a great tool, which is used for controlling cockroach. We need a very small amount of Boric Acid for controlling cockroach. Not only cockroach but also almost every insects can be treated using Boric Acid. Boric acid is not very toxic, but really deadly for insects.
Boric acid is white in color and in powdered form. It is produced by using boron and water. You can buy boric acid from any grocery shop or hardware shop. You need not to mix it with other for using. It means you can us…

Food Source Management for Getting Rid of Cockroaches

Getting rid of cockroach is not an easy task. It requires lots of preparation and experience for controlling cockroach. We all know prevention is better than cure. So, as a preventive action, we have to eliminate their food source. Now I gonna describe the technique of cockroach controlling by eliminating food sources. Trash containers attract cockroaches very much. This is a source of food for cockroach. You should keep your house trash container free. Plastic bags which are used for storing trash containers, should be tied properly.  You should regularly clean your indoor garbage container properly. Also try to put garbage into the outdoor garbage box. Then the cockroaches will not be attracted by the indoor garbage container. You should keep the areas clean where the outdoor garbage container are positioned. By keeping those areas clean you can prevent cockroach infestation. Kitchen sinks attract cockroaches very much. You should frequently clean the sink. By keeping clean, and dry we…

Good Techniques of Cockroach Controlling

Almost every people hate this dirty insect. Moist and dark places are their favorite place of living. You will see them running around your kitchen, bathroom, toilet, cabinet, and even in your dining room. They are responsible for spreading various diseases like allergy, asthma symptoms, etc. Getting rid of cockroach is not easy at all. Today, I gonna describe the techniques of cockroach controlling.
Follow These Simple Techniques Identify their species at the very beginning of the operation. It is very important to identify their species. Because, the cockroach controlling technique varies depending upon their species. For an example, for American cockroach we need to control both, temperature and humidity, but on the other hand German cockroaches can be controlled easily by only controlling moisture. Then you have to identify their habitat, and the way of traveling. You will have to find out, their primary food source. Food, water, and shelter attract them to make habitat into our ho…

How to Control Silverfish as DIY?

Do you know silverfish? They are very tiny, and nocturnal insect. You may not see them because of their high moving speed. They love to eat paper, starchy and fabric. They will not bite you, but definitely destroy your loving books, papers, and cloths. Today I gonna describe some good and effective techniques of getting rid of silverfish as DIY.
Use Boric Acid for Getting Rid of Silverfish: Like many other pests silverfish also die by boric acid. Boric acid is most used chemical for killing silverfish. Boric acid is available in pesticide shops. Boric acid is not very toxic. So, your pets are safe from it. Beside this, other pests like ants, roaches, etc. will also die.Use Diatomaceous Earth: Diatomaceous earth is also very effective for killing silverfish. Diatomaceous earth penetrates through the shells of silverfish and kills. But, be careful before using it. Because this is very toxic and it should be unreachable by children and pets.Use Pyrethrin for Killing Silverfish: Although i…

How to Control Stink Bugs?

Stink bugs are becoming dangerous in the United States day by day. They do great harm of crops and plants. Brown Marmorated stink bugs are called invasive pest. It is very hard to get rid of them. Although its origin is Asia, but it visible all over the world. It entered into USA in 1990 and now they become a matter great tension.

How To Identify Stink Bugs? Brown Marmorated stink bugs are 14 mm to 17 mm long, have shield on the back, and color is mottled brown. They have antennas with alternating broad bands of light and dark color. Their abdomen also has dark and light bands.

Destructive Capacity of Stink Bugs Stink bugs are very destructive. They attack both fruits and vegetables. They like apple, corn, pears, grapes, lima beans, peepers, tomatoes, apricots, etc. They make fruit and vegetables unmarketable. They do a great harm of farmers by destroying their products. 

Getting rid of stink bug is very difficult, because we don't have sufficient number of effective pesticides for co…

How To Identify Rodent Infestation Naturally

Like me, almost every people of this world do not like to live with rodents. They are not only dirty, but also responsible for spreading various diseases. Getting rid of rodent is not an easy task, but not impossible. If we can identify them early then we can control them easily and cost effectively. Today, I gonna show you how to identify rodent's presence in our property.
Rodent's Dropping: You can easily identify rodent’s infestation by rodent’s droppings. Look for their droppings around potential places where rodent may stay. Their droppings are tapered and about ten to fourteen millimeter long and black in color. Nasty Smell: Rodents leave a very nasty smell where they live. You will find nasty smell, like ammonia. The most potential places are cupboards, beneath floorboards and also lofts. That type of odor is a strong sign of rodent infestation. Scratching Noise: Rodents produce scratching noise at night.  If you listen sound like something scratching, you should aware o…