Posts with the tag: "Fly management"

The Heat Is On: Why Do Pest Thrive In the Summer?

July

31

2015

When the heat gets turned up, as is this case this summer across much of the Pacific Northwest and Mountain states, insect and wildlife pests get their game on. The trio of a warmer than usual winter and spring, low moisture levels and summer heat is creating rising insect pressure across the region. Sprague Pest Expert Lance Gray, manager of our Eugene, Oregon service center, says due to the…

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Tags: summer pests  |  Lance Gray  |  Fly activity  |  Pacific Northwest  |  Mountain states  |  Eugene  |  Oregon  |  Fly management  |  good sanitation

A Fly in The Soup: Fly Management Tips

May

21

2015

Flies are one of the most commonly encountered pests in and around commercial facilities, especially in the summer months when pest pressure is on the rise. Aside from being a nuisance – who hasn’t spent part of a lunch or dinner taking a swipe or two at flies trying to share your entrée – these pests can spell trouble for food processing, healthcare and hospitality…

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Tags: flies  |  fly control  |  flying insects  |  Sprague  |  Sprague Pest Experts  |  Health  |  ILT  |  Fly management