I still remember when I planted my first garden. I was so excited to get started that I completely overlooked the massive pest problem brewing in my yard. Unfortunately, as soon as I planted my crops, I was confronted with the harsh realities of pests munching through all of my veggies. It was devastating, but I knew that I needed to make things right. I decided to contact a professional exterminator to see if he could help. He came out, checked out the pests that were plaguing the area, and treated the earth with the right pesticides. I made this website to help you to understand garden pest control, so that you can reap your harvest.
Mice will see your house as a warm alternative to staying outside as the weather turns cooler. They can turn any dark corner into a nest for dozens of offspring. If you're not interested in sharing your home with these furry pests this winter, here is how to get rid of these rodent squatters.
Mice Populations Grow Quickly
One female mouse can give birth to six pups every three weeks and nearly three dozen in a year. Once a nest becomes established in your home, a large mouse population develops quickly. At the first sign of mice, call a rodent control company to help. They can locate any nests and begin getting rid of individuals. You can help by trapping the mice and making your home less hospitable to them.
Trapping Mice in Your Home
Simple inexpensive spring type mousetraps are sufficient for trapping mice. You'll need to trap the mice before they can get to any food sources to make it difficult for any colony to survive. Here are some ways to make sure your trapping effort is successful:
A Team Effort
As the pest control company treats your house for rodent pests, the mice will be on the move looking for new places to nest. You need to keep putting traps out to prevent the mice from settling into new locations. Eventually all of the mice will be killed, or they will have moved out of your house because they can't find a safe place to live.Share
21 October 2015