One of the most common found pests indoors and outdoors, roaches are known to be one of the most repulsive looking insects. Not only are they disgusting look-wise, but they could also carry and transmit bacteria. Moreover, the bacteria transferred can also lead to food poisoning. Not a lot of people are aware, but we can be allergic to them. Roaches are commonly linked to asthma. Roaches can usually be found outside near residences and food establishments. When a cockroach settles in, the breeding will start. Did you know that roaches are capable of reproducing thousands of eggs. Development rate is rather slow compared to other insects taking anywhere from a couple of months to a year. Adult roaches can live up to 4-5 years.
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Roaches are adaptable insects and can adjust well with our environment. Where do roaches reside, you ask? Usually, roaches are in close proximity of food and warm moisture. Due to these "always" readily available sources, roaches are expected to be present unless the proper pest control is applied.
People are constantly on the hunt for products that will eradicate these roaches and sadly, most people do fail; given the fact that their chemical makeup is one that is conducive to adapting. If left untreated, roaches will reproduce, breeding more and more. Our patrons need to be aware that roach infestations are unlike any other. If a person wants to get rid of roaches for good, they need to soley depend on definitive professional pest control products. There are various ways to go about roach control and management. One of the most common ways to get rid of roaches effectively is to use roach baits. Roaches scurry for food all the time, so what better way to control roaches than to poison them with food attractants. Cockroach baits, when placed and used properly, can be the solution you've been looking for to effectively handle your roach pest problems. Placement is key when using roach baits. Without the proper placement, baits are useless. Some ideal areas for roach baits include under fridges, stoves, dishwashers, sinks, toilets, near trash cans, storage areas, cabinets and other unseen crevice areas.
Of course there are other ways to manage your roach pest problems such as roach insecticide sprays, wettable powders, roach glue traps, granules and insecticide dusts. Speaking of dusts, boric acid dust is considered one of the most effective ways to fight off cockroaches. Just a small application is needed for strong toxic potency. Boric acid is an odorless lethal insecticide to roaches while low in toxicity to people and untargeted animals.