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Poisonous Cane Toad

Cane Toad’s Poison Used As Bait Trap Against Amphibian Pests

Brisbane researchers have designed a powerful bait trap to help eradicate amphibian pests. Among the most notorious pest in most parts of Queensland and Southern Australia is the cane toad. These are poisonous pests, known to cause death of pets

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Termites Infestation

Termite Damage – The Warning Signs

Termites are a big business because they can do some serious harm to our homes and because they are very common. Surveys show that up to a third of all homes are dealing with termite problems as you read this.

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Fruit Flies

How Sterile Insect Technology Could Be Used To Combat Fruit Fly

The fruit fly menace has been a major problem over the years for the Australian horticultural industry. In fact, it is classified as one of the most destructive and difficult pests to control, but this is likely to change in

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Common Household Pests

Controlling Household Pests Naturally

Pest infestation always becomes a burdensome task. Stubborn pests will multiply as they eat masses of your food as you think of ways to drive away these flying and/or creeping insects inside your house using pest control equipment and synthetic

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born to bee wild image

Bee Movie

Written by Jerry Seinfeld and directed by Steve Hickner and Simon J. Smith, Bee Movie follows the life of a bee (Barry B. Benson), a recent college graduate who wants to explore more in life than making honey at Honex.

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shooting snakes on a plane

Snakes on a Plane

The plot of the movie Snakes on a Plane encompasses a murder witness being protected by FBI agent Samuel L Jackson. Mobsters who want the witness dead, smuggles snakes onto the plane they are traveling on as to prevent the

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Mice Plague

Pests Expert Warns Of False Reports About Mouse Number

Pest experts have downplayed recent reports about a possible mouse plague in Australia. The reports that have been trending on both the mainstream and social media have caused panic to the general public. But pest experts and stakeholders have referred

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Cucumber Green Mottle Mosaic Virus

Cucumber Green Mottle Mosaic Virus Confirmed in Bundaberg Region

Recent reports about the discovery of cucumber green mottle mosaic virus in some parts of Queensland have left many growers devastated. While this is not really a pest control issue and more a biosecurity problem we though it was important

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Dingoes and Kangaroos

How Dingo Control is Damaging Australian Soils

Scientists have warned against the deteriorating quality of soil in Australia. They’ve observed imbalances in the ecosystem as the main causation. What started as a conservation effort century ago seems to be backfiring on the same ecosystem it was meant

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Massive Huntsman Spider

Massive Huntsman Spiders Surprises Pest Controller

Even if you don’t have a fear of spiders, this must surely be a little bit terrifying. How big was the last spider that you saw? Mother of All Spiders According to Gavin Shill, a Brisbane pest control provider, he

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