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What Diseases Do Mice Carry?

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What diseases are spread by mice? The deBugged blog shares information about some of the most common diseases humans can contract from mice & other rodents.

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5 Strange Rat Facts

5 Strange Rat Facts

From temples of rats to barbecue rats, the deBugged blog shares 5 strange rat facts that will make your spine tingle.

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Vegetation…might not be that good for you

Eating your vegetables is good for you. But when you warp the word to “vegetation”, the problems can begin. After a meeting with our VMS (Vegetation Management Service) manager, I learned that not all shrubbery is safe… “Vegetation” goes down two tracks in the Pest Management Industry. The first, and one we all like to [...]

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Cleaning Up After A Flood

As the coastal surge retreats and storm Sandy sweeps away from New York City, Pennsylvania and upstate New York, the destruction is far from over. Flood clearance will be encumbered by wind warnings and a wintry cold front which is likely to produce heavy rain, snowfall and local flooding. Some areas may also be without power until [...]

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How Mild Winters Affect Pests

It’s January in the age of climate change and pests or pest control are not likely topics that people are discussing. But they should be. Partly because of what winter used to represent, and partly because winter, and it’s curious bedfellow - unseasonably warm winters – are simply throwing us curveballs week after week. Sometimes several times a week. Recent snowfall has disappeared barely leaving [...]

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