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Top 9 Most Common Summer Bugs

As spring turns into summer and temperatures rise, certain summer bugs thrive. Warmer weather means that pests can become more active–especially as your lawn grows and these summer pests are drawn to your grass and flowers. Increased moisture in the summer months, with summer showers and high humidity, allow pests to have more access to…

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Tick Season Predictions & Tick Prevention Tips

Depending on where you live in the United States, tick season coincides with the start of spring, when the snow melts away. When looking at tick season predictions, the winter weather matters. For example, colder temperatures kill off tick populations, so keep an eye on the weather to gage the severity of tick season. To…

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3 Unlikely Places Where You’ll Encounter Ticks

Common tick prevention suggestions include staying out of the woods and away from tall grasses. Yet, even when you go outside prepared with long sleeves and bug repellent, these literal blood-suckers can still attach and burrow inside your skin. If you have a tick problem, contact Eliminate ‘Em for same-day service! Discover the less-obvious places…

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CT Tick Testing Program Adds Two More Diseases

Ticks are known carriers of multiple diseases – Lyme disease being one of the more prominent cases, and in recent months, the Powassan virus has gotten some attention. Because of this, along with advances in technology, the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station added two more diseases to its Tick Testing Program. In place since 1990, the…

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Tick-Transmitted Virus a Concern in CT

What You Need to Know About Tick Removal The ticks are out! And with them comes tick-borne diseases. These viruses are most commonly contracted in Connecticut between May and July, when nymph ticks are searching for food. Recently, the Powassan Virus has been found in ticks in southern Connecticut, but no animal or human cases…

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