Boyer’s Integrated Pest Management Approach Is the Answer to Your Tough Fly Problems…
Since the beginning of time, flies have been a nuisance to man. The control of their populations is important from both a human and animal health perspective. They can ruin foodstuffs and transmit numerous illnesses and diseases, such as food poisoning, dysentery, conjunctivitis, poliomyelitis, typhoid fever, tuberculosis, anthrax, leprosy, cholera, diarrhea and dysentery. Some flies can even inflict painful bites while feeding on the blood of humans and animals.
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Flying pests are one of the hardest pests to control and manage since the source of the infection could be out of your premises. Therefore, Boyer sets up a plan to manage those pests and prevent them from getting into your household and causing an infestation. This category includes mosquitoes, different fly species and wasps. Different approaches and methods are used to control such insects ranging from an intervention to a prevention strategy.
The prevention strategy to help reduce the risk of re-infestation is a crucial part of the process in order to ensure a long term solution. Flies and flying insects are often not taken as seriously as they should. An infestation of flies can overtake a location. Flies and other insects become more damaging as they transmit diseases like salmonella, cholera, and dysentery. The heads of households need to recognize the costs associated with these pests that can negatively affect the health.
Our specialists with your help will devise a flying pest management plan that is composed of an intervention component and a prevention component.
Boyer emphasizes the importance of the participation of our clients in the process of prevention where a great care should be taken in order to ensure a comprehensive treatment.