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Pest Info & Life Cycle & Control Method

  • Bed Bugs

  • Bees

  • Mosquitoes

  • Termites

  • Rodents

  • Cockroaches & Ants

  • Wood Borer

Bed Bugs Life Cycle & Treatment Methods:

Although the preferred host for bed bugs is humans, they will feed on other animals, such as poultry, mice, rats, canaries, dogs, and cats if necessary. They normally feed at night, but may feed in the daylight in rooms that are not used at night.

Bed Bugs Life Cycle & Bed Bugs Life Cycle Diagram




The life cycle stages of a bed bug are egg, nymph, and adult. The reason they are called bed bugs is that they readily infest mattresses, bed frames and box springs. Eggs are laid along the edges of or around buttons on the mattresses. Eggs can also be glued to rough surfaces. Bed bug females lay about 200 eggs, usually at the rate of three or four a day. Eggs are placed in cracks, crevices and other isolated and protected shelters. Females lay eggs after a blood meal. Eggs will hatch in one or two weeks into Nymphs. Newly hatched bugs (Nymphs) begin feeding immediately. At room temperature, and with an available food supply, the nymphal period will last 14 to 30 days. They shed their skin (Instar) five times before becoming adults. Bed bugs will mate soon after becoming mature, so the time from egg hatch to egg laying is 4 to 9 weeks, under favorable conditions. The average life span of the bed bug is 6-12 months and they feed every 10 days or so during this time. Bed bugs can survive many months without a blood meal and their reproduction is high.

Bedbug Habits

  • The female lays eggs in cracks and crevices along the edges of mattresses, box springs and bed frames. Bed bugs also inhabit other cracks and crevices throughout infested rooms. These other areas include; behind picture frames, switch plate covers, loose wallpaper, under door and window casings, baseboards or along the edges of carpets.

  • Bed bugs hide in cracks and crevices during daylight hours.

  • They hide in the folds and tufts of mattresses, coils of springs, cracks and hollow posts of bed stands bed rails and headboards. They may be found in box springs, inside the cabinetry of furniture and the bottom and sides of drawers.

  • Bed bugs may hide in upholstery of chairs and sofas.

  • They are not restricted to these places, however.

  • A second common source for bedbug infestation occurs in homes where bats, swallows, chimney swifts, pigeons, or other wild hosts have been roosting. Although similar in appearance, these bedbug species that normally feed on bats and birds can be differentiated from the Common Bedbug that prefer humans.

  • The bat bed bug can and often feeds on humans. The bat bedbug has long hairs on it's body. Eliminate their bat hosts from the building and seal all openings so that bats cannot enter.

  • Another group of bugs resembling the bed bug infest birds. These bugs are usually confined to bird nests. To control these parasites, the birds and their nests must be removed, and an application with a residual spray such as Temprid SC should be applied to the area.

What do bed bug bites look like and do they carry disease?


  • Bed bugs do not carry disease.

  • They do suck blood from their host with piercing mouth parts but the bite is painless.

  • The skin may become irritated or inflamed due to the salivary fluid injected by the bed bugs. A small, hard, swollen, white welt may develop at the site of each bite.

  • It is important to recognize that not all bites or bite-like reactions are due to bed bugs. Bed bugs or their signs will be present if it is a bed bug bite.

  • Bed bugs do not live under the skin. If you experience biting sensations during the day, it may be an allergy related condition.


Preventing Bed Bug Infestations It's important to inspect used furniture, particularly bed frames and mattresses before bringing it into the home. Mattresses, in particular, carry the greatest risk of harboring Bed Bugs and their eggs. You should be wary of acquiring used furnishings, especially beds and couches. A practice that we have incorporated in our traveling is to inspect for bed bugs in hotel rooms. If possible, carry a flashlight with you and inspect the bed area completely as described above. Also, you may want to inspect or vacuum luggage when you arrive home to prevent tranferring bed bugs to your home.

Treatment sechedule methods : After the first treatment within three months the treatment should take place. if customer in amc contract one three month the service will take place ,so sure that no single bedbugs in there home.

Bee Life Cycle & Treatment Methods:

Honey bees are sensitive to odors (including pheromones), tastes, and colors, including ultraviolet. They can demonstrate capabilities such as color discrimination through classical and operant conditioning and retain this information for several days at least; they communicate the location and nature of sources of food; they adjust their foraging to the times at which food is available; they may even form cognitive maps of their surroundings.

Unlike a bumble bee colony or a paper wasp colony, the life of a honey bee colony is perennial. The three types of honey bees in a hive are: queens (egg-producers), workers (non-reproducing females), and drones (males whose main duty is to find and mate with a queen). Thus honey bees have two sexes, male and female, and the female bee has two castes, queen and worker. The queen lays eggs singly in cells of the comb. Larvae hatch from eggs in three to four days. They are then fed by worker bees and develop through several stages in the cells. Cells are capped by worker bees when the larva pupates. Queens and drones are larger than workers, so require larger cells to develop. A colony may typically consist of tens of thousands of individuals.

While some colonies live in hives provided by humans, so-called "wild" colonies (although all honey bees remain wild, even when cultivated and managed by humans) typically prefer a nest site that is clean, dry, protected from the weather, about 20 liters in volume with a 4- to 6-cm2 entrance about 3 m above the ground, and preferably facing south or south-east (in the Northern Hemisphere) or north or north-east (in the Southern Hemisphere).

Development from egg to emerging bee varies among queens, workers, and drones. Queens emerge from their cells in 15-16 days, workers in 21 days, and drones in 24 days. Only one queen is usually present in a hive. New virgin queens develop in enlarged cells through differential feeding of royal jelly by workers. When the existing queen ages or dies or the colony becomes very large, a new queen is raised by the worker bees. The virgin queen takes one or several nuptial flights, and once she is established, starts laying eggs in A fertile queen is able to lay fertilized or unfertilized eggs. Each unfertilized egg contains a unique combination of 50% of the queen's genes, and develops into a haploid drone. The fertilized eggs develop into either workers or virgin queens.

The average lifespan of a queen is three to four years; drones usually die upon mating or are expelled from the hive before the winter; and workers may live for a few weeks in the summer and several months in areas with an extended winter.

Beehive removal sounds like a frightening prospect, but it doesn't have to be. You do need to be aware of a few things and follow certain steps in order to have a successful beehive removal.

Note:

These instructions are for destroying the beehive. However, because bees are an integral part of nature and food production, humane solutions should be considered before eliminating a colony. Many beekeepers and pest control companies will remove beehives for free, so check your local listings before pursuing this option.

  • Step 1 - Professional guy should not be Allergic

    Whether or not you have any other allergies, you may be allergic to bee stings. If you are allergic, the venom in a bee sting can cause serious problems such as swelling of the lips or throat, difficulty breathing, tightness of the throat, vomiting, diarrhea, lightheartedness, and passing out due to low blood pressure. For highly allergic individuals, this can be fatal. If you have experienced an allergic bee sting reaction, then beehive removal is best left to the professionals.

  • Step 2 - professional guy should Protect Yourself

    When attempting to perform a beehive removal, it’s important to wear appropriate clothing. Professional bee removers wear light-colored and smooth-textured clothing, and you should too. Bees are aggravated by dark-colors and rough clothing.

    Look for a beekeeper’s veil and leather gloves for additional protection of your face and hands. A bee smoker can help calm bees and make them less likely to sting. Don’t wear any perfume, cologne, after-shave, or scented deodorant. The bees may confuse your scent with the scent of flowers.

  • Step 3 - Locate The Beehive

    This sounds like a no-brainer, but often beehives are located in out of the way places like chimneys or in the walls. Also check out bird houses, pots, your attic, trash cans, and any open structure where bees can get in.

    Honey bees that nest in your walls pose a health problem as well as a danger to the structure of your house. Beehives in the house can hold 20 to 80 pounds of honey. Honey can ruin walls and ceilings if not removed.

    Chimneys are prime targets for bees seeking a new location for a hive. Scouting bees look for places to make their nest. If your chimney doesn’t have a protective screen, you may have a beehive inside. When completing a beehive removal, don’t make any sudden movement. Be sure to exercise extreme caution around any suspected beehives. If you see numerous bees flying around in your house, you know bees have nested. Immediate beehive removal is recommended.

  • Step 4 - Best Time To Perform Beehive Removal

    Kill established bee colonies in late winter or early spring when the bee population in the hive is the smallest. You will also want to apply insecticide in the late afternoon. Again, this is when all the bees will be in the hive or nest. Bees sleep in the evening and early morning.

  • Step 5 - What To Use For Beehive Removal

    In terms of chemicals, a good insecticide such as Seven hills medicine expects works. You will need repeated applications in order to kill all the bees inside the hive.

    To remove a beehive located inside your walls, tap with a hammer and listen for the bees’ answering buzz. This is where the nest or hive is located. You’ll need to bore a hole (preferably through an outside wall) and apply the insecticide to the hive.

  • Step 6 - The Process

    Once you’ve located the beehive, put on your protective clothing, beekeeper’s veil, and leather gloves. It's time to remove your first beehive. Spray the insecticide on the beehive. Do this in the late afternoon or early morning as indicated above. Repeat the application several times in order to kill all the remaining bees in the hive. Remove and destroy the beehive to prevent foraging bees from neighboring colonies from moving in.

Mosquitoes Life Cycle & Control Metheds :

Mosquitoes are infomous for spreading extremely dangerous diseases such as melaria dengue brain fever.

Mosquitoes can act as vectors for many disease-causing viruses and parasites. Infected mosquitoes carry these organisms from person to person without exhibiting symptoms themselves, Mosquito-borne diseases include:

  • Viral diseases, such as yellow fever, dengue fever, and chikungunya, transmitted mostly by Aedes aegypti. Dengue fever is the most common cause of fever in travelers returning from the Caribbean, Central America, South America, and South Central Asia. This disease is spread through the bites of infected mosquitoes and cannot be spread person to person. Severe dengue can be fatal, but with good treatment, fewer than 1% of patients die from dengue.

  • The parasitic diseases collectively called malaria, caused by various species of Plasmodium, carried by female mosquitoes of the genus Anopheles.

  • Lymphatic filariasis (the main cause of elephantiasis) which can be spread by a wide variety of mosquito species.

  • West Nile virus is a concern in the United States, but there are no reliable statistics on worldwide cases.

  • Tularemia, a bacterial disease caused by Francisella tularensis, is variously transmitted, including by biting flies. Culex and Culiseta are vectors of tularemia, as well as arbovirus infections such as West Nile virus.

  • Zika, recently notorious, though rarely deadly. It causes fever, joint pain, rashes and conjunctivitis. The most serious consequence appears when the infected person is a pregnant woman, since during pregnancy this virus can originate a birth defect called microcephaly.

Potential transmission of HIV was originally a public health concern, but practical considerations and detailed studies of epidemiological patterns suggest that any transmission of the HIV virus by mosquitoes is at worst extremely unlikely.

Various species of mosquitoes are estimated to transmit various types of disease to more than 700 million people annually in Africa, South America, Central America, Mexico, Russia, and much of Asia, with millions of resultant deaths. At least two million people annually die of these diseases, and the morbidity rates are many times higher still.

Methods used to prevent the spread of disease, or to protect individuals in areas where disease is endemic, include:

  • Regular insecticides spray treatment done surrounding the area of our living.

  • Regular fogging treatment done surrounding area of our living.

  • Maintain the living area clean no water sticks , no plastic mugs dumped, no waste dumped surrounding our living.

  • Disease prevention, using prophylactic drugs and developing vaccines.

  • Prevention of mosquito bites, with insecticides treatments , nets, and repellents.

Since most such diseases are carried by "elderly" female mosquitoes, some scientists have suggested focusing on these to avoid the evolution of resistance.

Mosquitoes are small, midge-like flies that constitute the family Culicidae. Females of most species are ectoparasites, whose tube-like mouthparts pierce the hosts' skin to consume blood. The word "mosquito" is Spanish for "little fly".

Like all flies, mosquitoes go through four stages in their lifecycles: egg, larva, pupa, and adult or imago. In most species, adult females lay their eggs in stagnant water; some lay eggs near the water's edge; others attach their eggs to aquatic plants. Each species selects the situation of the water into which it lays its eggs and does so according to its own ecological adaptations. Some are generalists and are not very fussy. Some breed in lakes, some in temporary puddles. Some breed in marshes, some in salt-marshes. Among those that breed in salt water, some are equally at home in fresh and salt water up to about one-third the concentration of seawater, whereas others must acclimatize themselves to the salinity.Such differences are important because certain ecological preferences keep mosquitoes away from most humans, whereas other preferences bring them right into houses at night.

However, some of the species of mosquitoes that are adapted to breeding in phytotelmata are dangerous disease vectors. In nature, they might occupy anything from a hollow tree trunk to a cupped leaf. Such species typically take readily to breeding in artificial water containers. Such casual puddles are important breeding places for some of the most serious disease vectors, such as species of Aedes that transmit dengue and yellow fever. Some with such breeding habits are disproportionately important vectors because they are well-placed to pick up pathogens from humans and pass them on. In contrast, no matter how voracious, mosquitoes that breed and feed mainly in remote wetlands and salt marshes may well remain uninfected, and if they do happen to become infected with a relevant pathogen, might seldom encounter humans to infect, in turn.

Termites Life Cycle & Control Metheds :

A small, pale soft-bodied insect that lives in large colonies with several different castes, typically within a mound of cemented earth. Many kinds feed on wood and can be highly destructive to trees and timber.

Termites are among the most successful groups of insects on Earth, colonialist most landmasses except for Antarctica. Their colonies range in size from a few hundred individuals to enormous societies with several million individuals. Termite queens have the longest lifespan of any insect in the world, with some queens reportedly living up to 30 to 50 years. Unlike ants, which undergo a complete metamorphosis, each individual termite goes through an incomplete metamorphosis that proceeds through egg, nymph, and adult stages. Colonies are described as superorganisms because the termites form part of a self-regulating entity: the colony itself.

Termites are a delicacy in the diet of some human cultures and are used in many traditional medicines. Several hundred species are economically significant as pests that can cause serious damage to buildings, crops, or plantation forests. Some species, such as the West Indian drywood termite (Cryptotermes brevis), are regarded as invasive species.

In order to identify a subterranean termite infestation, pest control professionals perform inspections and may employ monitoring stations. These are placed within soil with suspected infestations. After highly active areas are located, bait stations replace monitoring stations. Bait stations contain slow-acting baits that worker termites bring back and feed to the other members of their colonies. In time, several generations within a colony will be killed.

While bait stations are one effective way to treat entire infestations and impact the colony, their results may not be rapid enough to cope with areas experiencing extremely dense populations and severe damage. Conventional liquid insecticides may be used to address problem areas.

Control of termites also involves homeowner assistance by reducing possible termite food sources such as woodpiles and addressing moisture sources. Homeowners may be asked to repair plumbing or roof leaks. This is an important step in controlling an existing infestation as well as preventing future ones.

It is best to employ a variety of pest control methods when addressing a termite infestation. Contact our seven hills pest control professional to discuss your options.

Out of all the countless insects and other pests that disturb homeowners everywhere, few are more dangerous than the termite. Only termites can single-highhandedly ruin and destroy a house's very foundation and character in just a few short years.

To get rid of termites, you'll need to track down the infestation and use extermination techniques like cardboard traps, beneficial nematodes, heat, and cold to attack the infestation. Understand that professional help is often required for moderate to severe termite problems. Your home is likely the largest investment you've ever made and the most important, so it's necessary to rid your house of termites immediately if they have already invaded your property.

Termites are known for their destruction effects on woods structures ,house hold furniture & constructions ,so please do call the experts to get get of termites .

Termites are found in dark, damp areas whereby they are not exposed to air. They require a source of moisture to survive. In temperate regions, they are found in dead tree stumps, dead logs, and in the soil. They are also found in dry wood strucures where the termite nest has been established in the soil.

To build their nests, termites primarily use faeces, which have many desirable properties as a construction material. Other building materials include partly digested plant material, used in carton nests (arboreal nests built from faecal elements andwood), and soil, used in subterranean nest and mound construction.

Termites are insects that live in colonies and create their own habitats. Queen, soldier, worker and larval termites live in nests or mounds. These termite nestsare either located in the soil or wood. Depending on the termite species, mud-basedtermite nests may be either subterranean or above ground in the wood.

Out of the umpteen insects, critters, rodents and other pests, termites seem to be the most dangerous ones. They are one such pest that can ruin your house’s foundation in just a few years. The worst part is that they are not even noticeable in the first few years. This means that they don’t come with a warning. It can be too late once you realize that your house has been infested by termites.

So please do call the experts and protect your loved furniture & home from termites .

Rodent life cycle & Treatment Methods :

Rodents include rats, mice and bandicoots with commensal rodents being the ones which live with or near man. Rodents are considered as the Number 1 pest by mankind, since they are responsible for damage to his food at all stages from field to his dining table. They are also responsible for the transmission of dreaded diseases to man and damage to his property by way of gnawing which may result in short circuit and fire hazards. Being a mammal, rats are very intelligent and highly adaptable creatures. Rodent control or rat control is always a tough and challenging activity.

The rodent control strategy includes any one of:-

Baiting

Rodent control baits are based on second generation single dose anti coagulantBromadiolone. This bait does not require prebaiting and is accepted readily by rats and do not cause secondary poisoning.


The baits are placed in bait boxes which are strategically located at places frequented by rodents. Fortnightly Visits are made to replenish the bait and monitor rodent activity dead rodents, if any, are collected and disposed off. If surrounding open area is infested with rodents the burrows are treated by baiting.


Glue traps

The premises where baiting is not advisable, rat control glue boards and traps are used, here the rats are trapped and can be disposed off suitably. Thus. Foul smell emanation from rats dying in inaccessible areas can be avoided.


Proofing

After the rodent control exercise and initial cleanup operation, it becomes essential to prevent entry of rodents from the surrounding areas and also to stop movement or rodents within the premises. This calls for certain proofing measures, structural additions and fixed mechanical barriers to check entry.


Cockroaches Life Cycle & Control Metheds :

COCKROACHES & ANTS POSE A MAJOR PROBLEM IN HOUSE HOLDS & FOOD INDUSTRIES AS THEY HAVE THE CAPACITY TO CONTAMUNATE FOOD & SURFACE

Cockroaches can be controlled by ANY ONE OF 4 methods:-

  • Cockroach Herbal Paste Treatment.

  • Cockroach Gel Treatment.

  • Cockroach Surface Spray Treatment.

  • Fumigation Strong Spray Treatment.

Herbal treatment method to get rid of Cockroaches:

This treatment is very effective to control cockroaches at homes without affecting the home natural atmosphere. The Paste is applied beneath slabs, cracks, splits where cockroaches hide, the gel attracts them to feed on it and die. This treatment is popular among households, since it doesn’t affect their daily routine in shifting or moving there things at home and also it is odorless and safe.

Fumigation spray treatment method to get rid of Cocraoches :

This fumigation spray treatment is very very effective to control cockroaches to restaurants ,hotels ,food industries ,including homes, offices, hospitals food and beverages industries.The spray is applied in mainly kitchens surrounding areas ,In same time u can see the cockroaches dead coming out form hided area,there should be operation should be closed are stopped still 4 to 6 hours, basically the fumigation will done in night after the operation stopped , the next day in morning we see the dead cockroaches every ever , we should do the deep water cleaning allover the area ,so no cockroaches get in to food are preparation.

Woodborer Life Cycle & Control Metheds :

Like lyctid beetles, the small anobiid larvae bore into the wood, where they eat and develop. When the larvae change into adults, they chew round exit holes between 1/16 to 1/8 inch in diameter.

Agrilus planipennis, commonly known as the emerald ash borer (EAB), is a green jewel beetle native to eastern Asia that feeds on ash species. In its native range, it is typically found at low densities and is not considered a significant pest.

Woodboring beetles are commonly detected a few years after new construction. The lumber supply may have contained wood infected with beetle eggs or larvae, and since beetle life cycles can be one or more years, several years may pass before the presence of beetles becomes noticeable.

If you have an infestation of woodboring beetles, it is best to consult a professional entomologist before contacting an exterminator. In many cases, the beetles will be of a type that only attacks living wood, and thus incapable of "infesting" any other pieces of wood, or doing any further damage.
[citation needed] In other words, not all beetles should be of concern to a homeowner or a household (see list below)[clarification needed], and exterminators may be unable or unwilling to make this distinction.

Genuine infestations are far more likely in areas with high humidity, such as poorly ventilated crawl spaces. Housing with central heating/air-conditioning tends to cut the humidity of wood in the living areas to less than half of natural humidity, thus strongly reducing the likelihood of an infestation. Infested furniture should be removed from the house before the infestation spreads.

Methods of treatment include:

  • Spot application of pesticides; however, most effective insecticides are obtainable only by certified professionals.

  • Freezing. Infested furniture may be wrapped in plastic and placed in walk-in freezers for several weeks.

  • Fumigation.

  • Heat Treatment. Timber is heated to 50-70 degrees Celsius for a few hours.

Some beetles invade wood used in construction and furniture making; others limit their activity to forests or roots of living trees. The following lists some of those beetles that are house pests.

The majority of furniture in Indian households is made of wood or composites of wood.
Wood-borer larvae or powder post beetle larvae are pests that can damage wooden structures and furniture .

SEVEN HILLS WBM ® service protects and prevents future infestations.
The technician uses a chemical injection to treat the affected area to terminate the underlying pests.

These pests can do significant cosmetic and structural damage to the furniture.
SEVEN HILLS chemical treatment safeguards against future infestations.

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  • Anti Gel For Advanced Cockroach - 15 Days / Monthly / Once In 4 Months

  • General Pest Control - Daily / Alternatively / Weekly / 15 Days

  • Rodent Control - 15 Days / Monthly

  • Bedbugs Control - Monthly / Once in 4 Months

  • Honey Bee - One Time Treatment / Service

  • Termite Control - One Time Treatment / Service

  • Wood Borer - One Time Treatment / Service

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