Non-toxic Pest Control – how is this possible?
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by Brett Killip
5d ago
New Zealand is seeing an increasingly popular trend away from chemicals in homes and business and the environment. The preference for less chemicals in our environment is often driven by consumers - wanting to move away from use of toxic pesticides in homes, business and the environment. So when it comes to pest management, the solution is find alternative fully green and environmentally friendly pest control ingredients, technology and solutions. Fully eco friendly, but at the same time delivering a high-quality range of DIY products that can ..read more
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Say Goodbye to Bed Bugs!
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by Brett Killip
1M ago
Bed bugs can be a nuisance and a health hazard if left untreated. These tiny insects can infest your home and cause discomfort, itching, and even allergic reactions. It is important to identify and eliminate bed bugs as soon as possible to prevent further infestation. At PESTSTOP, we offer a solution to help you tackle bed bugs effectively and safely. Our Nattaro Scout is a powerful tool that can assist you in identifying and eliminating bed bugs in your home. The Nattaro Scout is a specially designed trap that uses a combination of heat, CO2, and a pheromone lure to attract bed bugs. Once the ..read more
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Keeping uninvited dinner pests at bay.
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by Brett Killip
1M ago
Hospitality settings are often a huge draw-card for unwanted pest infestations. Any issues and complaints can quickly make national news, posing a threat to health, safety, income and reputations. Health and safety ‘officials’ urge business owners to apply a stronger focus on cleanliness and active monitoring for pests as a priority throughout their premises.  Pest control industry experts Alpeco and PEST STOP Group agree. The most important step business owners can take is to implement an integrated pest awareness and management program. Ideally this will include ‘automated’ pest managem ..read more
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Whats in a name? - Designed-2-Kill - non-toxic pest control.
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by Brett Killip
1M ago
While most of us enjoy our warmer summer weather, it’s a certain bet that many insect and rodent pests also thrive within the summer season.  So a ‘vigilante’ approach is often recommended to keep one-step-ahead of any 'unwelcome'  irritating, biting, stinging, buzzing, gnawing, destructive bugs, rodents or wild pests. With many households looking to avoid use of toxic pesticides – where does that leave eco-friendly consumers plagued by pests? By design there are plenty of high performing non-toxic pest control solutions available to New Zealand homes t ..read more
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Frost Protection with Thermal Fogging
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by Heiko Kaiser
1M ago
Frost Protection with Thermal Fogging: Thermal foggers are commonly used for frost protection in agriculture due to several advantages they offer. Here are some of the key benefits of using thermal foggers for frost protection for crops: 1) Effective Coverage: Thermal foggers produce a fine mist of fog that can effectively cover a large area. The fog particles are small and can penetrate vegetation, reaching the target crops more efficiently compared to other methods. This ensures better coverage and protection for a wide range of crops. 2) Rapid Action: Thermal foggers generate heat to vap ..read more
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Crazy Kiwi Bug invasion - flies, flies, flies
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by Brett Killip
1y ago
To be fair – we are not talking about crazy-Kiwis – we are talking about the ‘crazy effect’ of a long period of unseasonably wet weather followed by warm sunny days making the ideal breeding environment for 'crazy huge numbers' of flies and mozzies and midges and other buzzing, biting flying bugs in NZ homes and farms. And these bugs want to come into our homes, seeking shelter from the sun and wind and also to dine-out on exposed foods, and bodies and generally run amuck on our bench-tops, appliances, wall spaces, ceilings - basically just poop and congregate where they are simply not welcome ..read more
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DO RATS HAVE GOOD EYESIGHT?
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by Admin K
1y ago
Nature has equipped all animals with the physical assets required for their environment. Good eyesight is a subjective term in this regard. While rats certainly do not possess the razor-sharp vision of a bird of prey, their eyesight is more than sufficient for the day-to-day tasks they need to achieve. Colour VisionRats see in colour. They have two types of colour cones in the retina; one for detecting blue ultraviolet light and one for detecting shades of green. Their colour detection is similar to that of humans, but rats are red-green colourblind, meaning they perceive most shades of red a ..read more
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Birds – repel, catch or protect
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by Admin K
1y ago
Birds – repel, catch or protect ..read more
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Cockroaches – identification and control.
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by Admin K
1y ago
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Rodents (Rats N Mice) – how to beat them
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by Admin K
1y ago
Rats and mice are not always easy to spot. They are very quick movers and often only come out at night. Tell tale signs of rodent, rats and mice activity are where set traps may have been triggered, or you see damage to walls, wires and other household items, or tunnelling and cleared areas outside around buildings and under walls or in compost bins, where rodents may be living entering structures or basements – or even  in some cases rats will tunnel through solid walls and floors. Other signs of rodent (and bird) activity are scratching under floors or in ceilings and obvious activity s ..read more
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