Pests and Termite Control
Pest control is done to keep the crops protected from different types of pests that can destroy the crops. Use of pesticide is very old in Agriculture. The use of pesticides keeps the pests away from growing crops and help increase the production of the crops. In olden days, poisonous plants were used as pest control measure. Use of chemical pesticides should be done very carefully as excessive use of pesticides can damage the crops. Some common ways that are adopted in pest control are by burning the field after a particular crop, use of chemicals, sterilization etc.
Termites are ant like insects that binge on dead plants or wood and feed themselves. Termites are smaller than even one grain of rice but they have broad belly. They feed on the cellulose that is found in the wood. Termites live in colonies and reproduce from hundreds to millions. Female termite is known as queen and male termite is called as King. They cause huge damage to damp wood and unprotected wooden structures and buildings. It is important to follow a termite treatment to protect our wooden furniture and other products made up of wood. Termites are not a threat or danger to human beings as they do not bite or harm human beings. The use of naturally termite resistant timber is suggested against the protection from termites for example teak wood. However, termites can attack in some parts of teak wood and other naturally resistant timber but damage caused in such woods is less.
Termites can be commonly found as pests in Africa and Asia existing as agricultural pests. Some species of termites build nests and stay with their colonies. Some species make their nests underground and few above the ground. Once termites penetrate into the building; they cause damage to the paper, cloth, carpets etc. There are certain set of precautions to be taken so that damage can be prevented. If terminate has attacked the building, insecticides should be sprayed in the first order.
Pre treatment is used as a precautionary measure for soil and before the construction of buildings. This is also called as pre treat or termite treatment. It is an expensive treatment but cost of treatment at pre construction stage is still lesser than post construction. This treatment is not permanent but in some cases the toxins may stay toxic for nearly 10 years. It is important to know the soil type and the credibility of the company that is working on the project of pre treatment for you. There are numerous companies that are into the business of offering termite solutions. Most of them offer yearly package which is very competitive and economical. One must avail services after careful evaluation of the services offered by the company.
Pre treatments & post treatments increase the shelf life of your house, buildings etc. In case of termite - precaution, care and cure are important. Hence, it is vital to check your house at least once a year for termite.
Adamina Ada - About Author:
The site offers you different types of Termite Treatment to keep your home safe from Pest control in. So now going for this treatment can help you to be relaxed about your wooden things to be in a good position.
Published by Guardlyer on April 18th 2012 | Business
However, in essence, called high-definition wireless ip camera with 520 lines or more, but is ...
Published by Philiproswell on January 7th 2012 | Business
Published by Adamina Ada on January 7th 2012 | Home Business
Published by on June 21st 2012 | Business
Published by Angie Turner on June 16th 2012 | Business
Published by on June 30th 2012 | Business
Published by on January 9th 2012 | Business
Published by Mary Porter on June 17th 2012 | Business
Published by Jonathan Robinson on December 22nd 2011 | Business
Published by Angie Turner on June 18th 2012 | Business
Published by Ankit Pandey on December 4th 2011 | Business
Published by Mary Porter on June 23rd 2012 | Business
Published by Helvinzaine on December 14th 2011 | Business
Published by Titusseth on February 16th 2012 | Business
Published by Passione Rossa on December 8th 2011 | Business