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Northern Nevada is suited for quarterly pest control which means that after one of our highly trained, licensed pest management professionals treats the inside and outside of the home, quarterly service begins thirty days after the initial treatment and continues every ninety days.
Integrated Pest Management is an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest management that relies on a combination of common-sense practices. Integrated Pest Management programs use current, comprehensive information on the life cycles of pests and their interaction with the environment. Once contacted, we will dispatch a highly trained technician to perform a free inspection. WE will be looking for infestation evidence, harborage areas, as well as entry points, leaks, cracks and crevices. We will confirm the species and recommend a treatment plan design to keep your home pest-free.
Integrated Pest Management can be explained further by our four-step process: inspection, identification, sanitation, and exclusion. This information in combination with available pest control methods, is used to manage pest damage by the most economical means, and with least possible hazard to people, property, and the environment.
Weed control is the botanical component of Pest Control, using mechanical or chemical means to stop weeds from reaching a mature form when they could be detrimental to domesticated plants, livestock and the aesthetics on one’s property.
In order to reduce weed growth, many weed control strategies have been established in order to contain the growth and spread of weeds. The most basic is mechanical which cuts the roots of annual weeds. Today, chemical weed killers known as herbicides are widely used. Herbicides are classified as: contact herbicides, systemic herbicides, soil-borne herbicides, and pre-emergent herbicides.
A pest (weed) is any undesirable organism that should be controlled to ensure the safety and integrity of operating systems for man and his environment. Weeds are plants growing where they are not wanted. Noxious weeds growing on a commercial property must be controlled to reduce their nuisance and prevent their spread.
In the absence of control, weeds obscure traffic at road crossings and provide cover to large animals along roadways which are a hazard to traffic. Weed Control also reduces the large amount of bio-mass from dead weeds and grass that are a fire and smoke hazard to road traffic. In addition, ditches and medians provide an opportune environment for invasive weeds, insects and diseases that are a threat to adjacent crops or other desirable plants.
Successful weed control requires proper identification, selection of effective control methods and monitoring results over time.
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