News Tag: Traps

October 12, 2019 • Outdoor Pests • Company Culture

Thank a farmer!

Today is National Farmers Day, and we join in honoring those who grow our food and take care of our earth by highlighting one of our favorite local farmers, Verne Fallstrom of Strawberry Hill Nutrition Farm.

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August 17, 2019 • Helpful Hints • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

Save the Bees. Use our Traps!

On this National Honeybee Day, it's important to note that RESCUE! Yellowjacket Traps help keep honeybees safe from aggressive yellowjackets.

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July 16, 2019 • Outdoor Pests

How to tell a wasp from a yellowjacket

A definitive guide on how to tell paper wasps and yellowjackets apart.

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January 10, 2019 • Outdoor Pests • Product Points • Company Culture

How to use the RESCUE! Reusable Fly Trap

As part of our employee "How to" video series, Shipping Manager John demonstrates our very first product: the Reusable Fly Trap.

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July 25, 2018 • Outdoor Pests • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

Six reasons not to mess with yellowjackets

The yellowjacket is one of the most dangerous insects known to man. These brightly colored wasps possess a fiery sting and bite seemingly out of proportion to their size.

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November 3, 2017 • Product Points • Company Culture

Now that's refreshing!

We're rolling out a new packaging refresh that conveys quality, problem/solution proposition and eco-friendliness.

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October 26, 2017 • Outdoor Pests • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

She will survive!

First we were afraid, we were petrified... Curious about how yellowjackets survive the winter? Read on!

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July 13, 2017 • Outdoor Pests • Helpful Hints • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

When NOT to use a Japanese Beetle Trap

'Tis the season in which Japanese Beetles enjoy a smorgasbord of free eating in gardens throughout the Northeast and Midwest. These garden pests also putting down roots further westward, in places like Colorado. Feeding on turfgrasse

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May 19, 2017 • Helpful Hints • Outdoor Pests • Seasonal Bug Bulletin

No queen. No nest. Save summer!

For a safer summer, catch the queens now!

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