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Termite Control Article

As part of our efforts to bring you not only pest control products, but information as well, we have posted an article on our online store that explains, in general detail, termite pest control, such as the way termiticides are applied in and around the house that is to be treated, the difference between repellent and non-repellent termiticides, and the dangers of handling chemicals as part of a DIY pest control attempt.

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The Bees Are Leaving… has recently featured our article on the decline in bee populations that has been occurring in the past several years. The article explains, in poetic terms, the way that Colony Collapse Disorder manifests itself, and the possible causes and consequences of the disease.

The article was written by Partners Pest Control, your #1 DIY pest control shop online. We provide a wide range professional pest control solutions to businesses and residences alike.

Read Our Article On Colony Collapse Disorder

Partners Pest Control is dedicated to researching and discussing major issues concerning pest control in order to better serve our customers. This can be seen in the article we wrote recently which focuses on colony collapse disorder.

It’s an important issue that isn’t receiving that much publicity. You can read our article, Colony Collapse Disorder in the United States, On

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The newly published article deals with the issue of colony collapse disorder. ┬áDon’t feel bad if you’ve never heard of it before but you should know that it could have a huge effect on our way of life. Colony collapse disorder has to deal with the recent population decline of honey bees. This may not seem like a large issue but it pertains to more than just honey since bees are prolific pollinators and without them agriculture world wide is in jeopardy. To find out the cause of colony collapse disorder and what’s being done to combat it take a moment to read the article.

And remember to turn to Partner’s Pest Control for all of your diy pest control needs.