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The Critical Nature of Honeybees

It might sound overly dramatic, but honeybees are vital to the survival of our ecosystem, if not our planet. They are responsible for cross-pollinating over 80% of the food crops harvested in the US, as well as the majority of flowers, and the products of their labor supply us with medicinal foods like honey, propolis […]

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Spring is Stink Bug Season

Spring has sprung –– and so have the stink bugs. There’s nothing worse than sitting down to dinner with your family, or taking a seat outside on your patio, and seeing several stink bugs scuttling around your home. While the invasive insects won’t hurt you, they’re considered to be a nuisance because of their defense […]

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Do Termites Cause Property Damage?

Can these nearly invisible pests really do damage to your property? The answer is yes — and if not caught in time, they can end up doing extensive damage to a structure’s foundation. Dr. Jim Fredericks, chief entomologist for the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), is here to tell you how such small creatures can […]

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How Many of These Ant Species Do You Recognize?

Did you know that out of 700 ant species found in the U.S., only roughly 25 species infest homes? Do you know what type of ant is infesting your property? From far away, many ants may look the same, but upon closer inspection, they are actually quite different. If you recognize any of the ants […]

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Five Things You Might Not Know About Bees

It’s no secret that the honeybee population over the last several years has been declining at an alarming rate. Bees pollinate more than three-fourths of the world’s flowering plants, including apples, watermelons, beans and almonds. To inform individuals about these important insects, JP McHale Pest Management, Inc. is here to tell you five things you […]

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