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Automatic Pest Control System – Is There Such a Thing?

Most of us really know what ‘automatic’ means – the ability to operate independently. An computerized car wash or a sprinkler (irrigation) system both come to mind as good examples. Surekill Bradford Pest Control

‘Pest Control’ is identified as the act of controlling pests. Typically, infestations control is a service provided by pesticide pros who come to your property and spray chemicals. 

So what could be an Automatic Pest Control System? That would be a process that runs separately to complete controlling pests. Right? Perhaps there is such a thing?

Yes! Actually there are several computerized pest control systems. The chronology and some input how effective they are is referred to below:

The first computerized pest control systems were the mosquito propane reservoirs that emitted carbon dioxide. These machines may be put on a property faraway from where people were located. Supposedly, the and also carbon dioxide would lure the mosquitoes away from the people. But since there was no offering of a blood meal from the false carbon, the mosquitoes would still find the people and chew away.

The next era of programmed are the insect misting systems. These are comprised of a series of tubes and small mister heads that are mounted near properties to control mosquitoes. We have a large, 55 gallon barrel that holds the chemicals. Routinely, the tubes are pressurised with the chemical that is released into the air to kill insects. These systems use man-made pesticides that are hazardous to bees (and small pets). If the blowing wind is blowing or if the delicate mister mind get damaged, the chemicals go elsewhere in the environment. Additionally it is cost beyond reach to cover an complete property.

So far, jooxie is only referring to mosquitoes but there are numerous other pests. What about ants? Don’t you want to control roaches, termites, and turf pests as well as mosquitoes?

The An automatic Pest Control System has now grown up. We are going to talking about a ground-breaking process that uses an irrigation system to deliver food-grade, non-chemical, cedar to control pests. Cedar – just like cedar boxes and cedar closets where you never see a bug. That is because cedar controls pests!

With this method, mosquitoes are targeted. But so are fleas, ants, roaches, ticks, chiggers, garden pests like aphids, white fly and skin mole crickets plus many more. This set-it-and-forget-it programmed infestations control system requires only a refill of the reservoir maybe once every two months.

Controls insects plus a gazillion other pests? Now that is an Automatic Pest Control System!

Louise Hodges is the owner of Greenbug which offers pest control products that use planks as the active component. Greenbug offers alternatives to synthetic chemical pesticides.

Louise invented the Greenbug Program which directs an water sources system to distribute the Greenbug and safely create pest-free areas wherever normal water is directed.

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