Sengebug is one of the hardest pests to control. In recent studies, researchers have observed that the pests produce enzymes that neutralize pesticides. In addition, researchers discovered the pest-related mutations in their nerve cells, which wiped out the neurotic effect of pesticides.
The insects develop resistance to pesticides by natural selection, a non-random process where biological yields become common in a population as a function of differential reproduction of their carriers. Insects that survive the pesticide are the most resistant and transmit genetic hits to their offspring.
A number of factors contribute to pest resistance, one of which is the pesticide's exposure to natural toxins for a long time. Another reason is that pests produce a large number of offspring that increase the likelihood of random mutations. This allows the number of resistant mutants to build quickly. Because the insects are hard to kill, use a variety of techniques and treatments.
Bed control controls refer to techniques used to deter, eradicate and reduce a bed bug attack. Five control techniques support knowledge building (inspection, detection, observation, post-treatment and follow-up evaluation) and two elimination techniques (application of treatments and preventive measures) reduce, reduce and eliminate bed bugs.
The process begins to acquire knowledge about the pests. A good understanding of the bed's bugs habits, biology and behavior is the foundation of a good control program.
People without knowledge try to control them and fail. The structured approach (knowledge building, prevention control and application of treatments) is the basis for effective control.
Knowledge building exceeds the biology, behavior and habits of the pests. It takes into account the cause and effect. In other words, successful checking depends on finding the answers to 6 questions:
1. Why does bedbugs enter the home? They need shelter and food.
2nd When did they enter the home? The extent of the attack determines the time the pests came into the home. An established attack means that they have existed for a while. Low attacks mean that they were recently introduced to the home.
3rd What can I do to remove them? It is important that you study the biology, behavior and habits of the bed, and understand and implement appropriate techniques to reduce, deter and eradicate the pests.
4th How do bedbugs enter the home? Pests can enter the home in 3 ways:
Person – someone physically takes them home in luggage or other personal belongings.
Things – They come into the home via used furniture, equipment, clothes or other used items.
Forced invasion – they enter the home from a neighbor's apartment, especially in a multi-unit complex.
5th What does bedbugs look like? You must investigate pest control or request a pest control professional to identify target pests.
6th Where can I get help in case of a severe pest? Hire a pest control professional to remove pests.
Inspection is about locating the ports. Two types of inspections, visual and dogs are used in bed bug control. Dog survey involves the use of a trained dog to locate the port.
Canine inspection is fast and it's 95% guarantee the dog will be successful. Since it is only a 95% guarantee, it is still necessary to make a visual inspection to find the ports that are missing in dog inspection.
Visual inspection is a physical search for rentals. It is boring and time consuming, but it is the only technology that facilitates the location and valuation of all ports. Even if the dog locates the harbor, you have to clean and treat it. Thus visual inspection compliments dog inspection.
Detection in bed bug control judges to find evidence indicating an attack. In other words, facilitate bed bug inspection detection.
What to look for
1. Adult bedbugs and nymfer
2. Eggs, eggshells
3. Shot of fur
4. Blood clots, excretions
5. An unpleasant smell described as sickly sweet raspberry or moldy shoe scent
6. Bide marks on the body
Bug surveillance tools facilitate observation of pest activity. By observing the pest activity you can determine the source and extent of an attack.
This information allows you to select and apply a variety of treatments to remove an attack. The treatment depends on the structure and location of the port.
Evaluation and follow-up procedures are secondary information collection techniques. After each treatment, it is best to evaluate the effectiveness of the treatment.
The purpose of the evaluation phase is to determine:
1. If you reached the goal
2. If the strategies got their desired effects
3. If the pests were appropriately controlled
4. If the control methods were satisfactory
5. If the program needs some improvement
Emergency control is not easy, especially in an established attack since the need for consequential subsequent inspection, observation and treatment until the pests are completely eliminated.
Bed bugs are difficult pests for control. The information technology methods described above are designed to build knowledge about pests. The knowledge you build makes it possible to remove an attack using preventive controls, chemical and non-chemical treatments.
Source by Prudence Williams