Integrated Pest Management, also referred to as IPM, uses all means available to keep pests from becoming a problem in a given situation. Using biological, cultural, mechanical, physical, and chemical control methods, it often depends on chemical control as a last resort.
While these methods are most often referred to and used for agricultural and farming, they apply to all areas of pest control including residential homes and businesses. See Integrated Pest Management For Homes for some good guidelines, tips, and ideas on how these methods can be applied in homes and businesses outside the agricultural realm.
A successful insect control program is dependent on several factors including the participation of our clients. There are several things that you can do before and after our visits to help make our applications more effective and help keep your home or office pest free. Spraying insecticides is only one part of the program and in many cases should actually be the last resort to eliminating and excluding insects from your residence or commercial property.
Our initial insect control visit as well as any service call we make to your home is intended to set up a strong defense and barrier from bugs entering your home while also killing all the spiders and other insects in your home or office. It's important that as many areas as possible can be treated with insecticide in order to create the best barrier of defense. Here are a few tips to help you prepare for our visits -
To get the best results for a pre and post emergent lawn weed spray application, it's critical that our clients prepare the yard before our arrival. There are several things that can be done to ensure that we get the best initial kill of existing weeds as well as get the most out of the pre-emergent.
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Carlsbad, NM 88220