Introduction to Pest Management

Pest management is a broad phrase that encompasses a wide range of issues, as pests come in a wide variety of forms and cause harm to both humans and crops in the field. “Pest Management” refers to both the eradication and control of certain pests and insects. It has far-reaching consequences in terms of using science-based technology to address challenges related to health, the environment, and economics. Pest Management is one of the authority sites on this topic.


Pest Control in the Home

If we do not adopt suitable pest control measures, our homes become breeding grounds for pests and insects such as cockroaches, bed bugs, flies, mosquitoes, termites, weather warms, and ants, to name a few. There are many different types of them, each causing or potential of causing a variety of ailments in family members.

Pests and insects encountered in the house include the following:

Cockroaches, for example, come in a variety of shapes and sizes – American cockroaches, Oriental cockroaches, Brownbanded cockroaches, and so on – and are directly linked to the development of asthma and allergic illnesses in many people.

Mosquitoes are another stinging bug that is very frequent. It can quickly proliferate in numbers because it only takes 10 to 14 days to mature from egg to adult. Female mosquitoes sucking our blood can fly up to 14 miles for a blood meal, which is incredible. Mosquitoes transmit diseases such as West Nile Virus, malaria, and the most dangerous of all, dengue fever.

Termites are the most dangerous pests in the home, as they can chew away at wooden objects invisibly. These pest families include Subterranean termites, Drywood termites, Dampwood termites, and Formosan termites, all of which are capable of destroying an entire home made of wood.

Pests wreaking havoc on agricultural fields and farms include:

There are a plethora of pests and insects that wreak havoc on agricultural crops. Scientists have identified the top 100 pest species infecting agricultural crops around the world. The most dangerous is the Flee Beetle, which may entirely devastate canola, cauliflower, potatoes, tomatoes, and sugar beet crops if it flies in big numbers.

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a term that refers to

Every year, governments from all around the world spend millions of dollars to combat pests and insects that ruin agricultural products. Biological control; farm financial management; invasive species information; precision, geospatial, and sensor technologies; sustainable agriculture; ecosystems, and so on are all part of the “Integrated Pest Management” programme in the United States.

Pest Management Education:

The United States Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture is awarding large funds to universities and non-profit groups to conduct research on “Integrated Pest Management.”

Contact Info

Central Termite and Pest LLC
1171 SW 26th St, Ocala, Fl 34470
Phone no:  3522928519