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Friday, December 30, 2011

Bed Bug Repellant - Does It Work?

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Bed Bug Repellent – Does It Work?

Does Lysol Kill Bed Bugs?
Similarly to common insecticide spray, Lysol itself will kill the bed bugs only if you sprayed directly on the bugs with it. Areas sprayed and treated with this disinfectant will only keep bed bugs away while it is still wet otherwise once it dries, the bed bugs will return again.
Does Alcohol Kill Bed Bugs?
Alcohol will kill bed bugs on contact and can be apply similarly like a bed bug spray. While it can be use temporaily as a bed bug repellent, it need to be used often to control an infestation since it does not remain long enough on the surfaces to continue killing the bugs. As such, it is not a very effective way to get rid of bed bugs permanently.


Does Bleach Kill Bed Bugs?
While bleach does kill bed bugs, the method is not recommended. Bleach will ruin carpet, furniture, mattresses and paint as well as also cause irritation to your skin. It is best to limit its use for killing bed bugs in items you can launder and hard surfaces that are bleach safe.

Does Boric Acid Kill Bed Bugs?
Boric acid is often used as an insecticide and repellent for the control of cockroaches, termites, fleas, silverfish, and many other insects. However boric acid is a stomach posion and the commerical attractants maunfactured in it to attract common insects will not work on bed bugs since bed bugs are attracted by carbon dioxide and will only feed on blood. Furthermore, boric acid is especially toxic to small children and animals and can cause serious kidney damage when accidentally consumed.
Bottom line, bed bugs are resourceful, opportunistic and are a very hardy pest and currently, there are no known medically proven bedbug-proof repellent that will work 100 percent to repel them or their bites.   Creams or lotions for the skin will not stop their growing populations which can escalate into a full blown bed bug infestation within the house or apartment.

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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Bed Bug Knowledge & Control Strategies Continue to Evolve

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Bed Bug Knowledge & Control Strategies Continue to Evolve

     PCT Magazine recently published a bed bug supplement stating that more than 550 professionals seeking bed bug knowledge turned out in September for Bed Bug University’s North American Summit in Chicago.  The event, produced by BedBug Central, featured leading university researchers and drew executives from pest management, hospitality, university, housing authority, and property management fields.
The major take-away: Bed bug knowledge continues to grow, which means evolving strategies for the pest’s prevention and control. Here are some topics covered in this very informative bed bug writeup:
  • Bed bug anxiety
  • Federal involvement
  • Bed bugs without beds
  • Help your client be the hero
  • Early detection hits, misses
  • Cheap and easy monitoring
  • Consider the time factor
  • Sofas, freezing, and follow up
  • Bed bugs on treated surfaces
  • Issues with OTC products
  • Get paid for teaching prevention
  • This low-tech tool rules
  • Inspect everywhere 
Here are the topics covered:

Bed bug anxiety. According to Dr. Caleb Adler, associate professor of psychiatry and neuroscience at the University of Cincinnati, bed bug anxiety can trigger some people with existing psychiatric issues into worse episodes. This can complicate bed bug abatement, as clients may not react to treatment suggestions in a rational manner. Bed bugs make most people anxious, but this won't cause someone without psychiatric problems to suddenly get them. Be positive and supportive, and assure clients the pests are common and treatable. Pest management professionals might advise clients to talk about their stress with someone… just don't suggest they see a psychiatrist, advised Adler.

Federal involvement. According to U.S. Congressman Robert J. Dold, the Bed Bug Management, Prevention and Research Act would create a federal task force, declare the pest a vector, require efficacy data for all bed bug treatment products, and provide research grants. Some funds would develop treatment pilot programs in Ohio, New York and another state that could be expanded nationwide. Funding hinges on the super committee's plan to cut $1.2 trillion from the federal budget, but passage is likely if H.R. 967 can be attached to the Farm Bill, said Dold. From a bed bug education standpoint, "we have a lot of work to do."

Bed bugs without beds. Professionals need options when treating bed bugs in offices, retail stores and public spaces, said Jeff White, technical director, Bed Bug Central. Canines are ideal for initial inspections, but make sure they've been trained for these environments and aren't put off by wiring harnesses and swiveling office chairs. More than one dog may be needed for large spaces and to double-check positive findings. Treat hot spots with steam or freezing. A typical cubicle takes about 30 minutes to treat and surrounding cubicles also must be treated. White has constructed heat chambers inside offices and once converted a board room into a temporary heat unit. Proactive monitoring may require a team approach due to labor costs. Train maintenance staff to use and inspect interception devices and low-profile glue boards.

Help your client be the hero. Bed bugs can damage a client's brand and reputation. Advise them to take control of the story, before someone else does. By not communicating, they're part of the problem, said Jill Allread, president of Public Communications. Always put the health and safety of people first, tell the truth, remedy the situation, and respond quickly and responsibly, she said. When people are stressed, educational messages are hard to comprehend, said Cornell University Entomologist Jody Gangloff-Kaufmann. Advise schools, for instance, to tell the public bed bugs have been identified, that they don't transmit disease, the steps being taken to remedy the situation, and how parents can help prevent re-introductions. "Bed bugs, themselves, are not the crisis," she said. "It's the reaction that's causing the crisis."

Early detection hits, misses. Early detection is a tenant of sustainable bed bug control. But it's a lot easier to find large infestations than one or two pests. Dr. Phil Koehler, entomologist, University of Florida, found these early detection methods had limited results: visual inspection, enhanced visual inspection with special glasses, DNA testing (bed bug DNA remains viable a long time so this tool is best for verifying infestations at new accounts), mechanical sniffers, and passive monitors. More effective were canine inspection, as long as the dog was properly trained and handled, interceptor traps, and active monitors. But it is "fairly easy to confuse a bed bug" with active monitors that combine too many cues, said Koehler.

Cheap and easy monitoring. Pitfall traps placed under bed and furniture legs catch foraging bed bugs and are an effective, inexpensive tool. In a 360-unit multi-housing facility with 19 known bed bug infestations, visual inspections identified 17 more infestations and interceptor traps found an additional 26 infestations after one week, said Rutgers University Entomologist Dr. Changlu Wang. Bed bugs are most attracted to red and black pitfall traps, he added. Wang used a trap of dry ice and an inverted dog dish to determine if treatment was successful in a heavily infested vacant apartment. Thirteen days after steaming and pesticide application, 505 bed bugs were collected. Monitors can help determine if a unit needs to be treated again or if bed bugs have been re-introduced, but they can't tell where pests are coming from or hiding, he said.

Consider the time factor. Detection devices make a pest management professional's job easier, but monitoring them still takes time. Phil Cooper, CEO of BedBug Central and president of Cooper Pest Solutions in Lawrenceville, N.J., estimated it takes eight minutes to accurately monitor traps under four bed legs. "A quick visual glance doesn't cut it for a low-level infestation." Cooper developed a program to train managers of a group home to use and inspect interceptor traps. This enabled them to identify infestations sooner and save $100,000 in bed bug remediation in one year. Pending state legislation could open the door for bed bug prevention and early detection programs, he added.

Sofas, freezing, and follow up. PMPs discussed the pros and cons of bed bug treatment approaches at a stakeholder meeting led by BedBug Central's White and Yale University Entomologist Dr. Joshua Benoit. Sofas are bed bug havens and difficult to treat. Use an instant-read thermometer to ensure steaming or a heat chamber raises the sofa's interior temperature to 180°F. Dust inside the framework (not if a sleeper sofa) with diatomaceous earth, which abrades the bed bug's cuticle causing dehydration. DE works, said Benoit, "but not quickly and not by itself." Steam has better penetration than freezing with CO2, but freezing uses less moisture so is better for leather upholstery, popcorn ceilings and electronics. Damaging items is inevitable so start with an inconspicuous area first and have clients sign off on mechanical lift chairs, wheelchairs and Sleep Number beds. Follow up bed bug treatment 10 to 14 days after initial service. A serious infestation may require four to six follow up visits; a simple infestation will need one to two.

Bed bugs on treated surfaces. Formulation plays a big role in how insects pick up insecticide. University of Minnesota Entomologist Dr. Stephen Kells exposed bed bugs and German cockroaches to an aerosol formulation of chlorfenapyr and found the cockroaches had nine times more chlorfenapyr inside their bodies than bed bugs, which had nine times more active ingredient on the outside of their bodies. This difference may be a result of grooming by the cockroaches. He also found that, with a particular formulation, bed bugs picked up more active ingredient the longer the chemical was in the environment. Research showed pests picked up six times more chlorfenapyr after walking on a treated surface 24 hours after the insecticide was applied. The insects had 20 times the exposure walking on a month-old treated surface. The slow evaporation of aerosol materials may slow chlorfenapyr release. Bed bugs require time on treated surfaces, said Kells. Don't assume they'll pick up enough active ingredient by crossing a one- to two-inch barrier.

Issues with OTC products. PMPs won't be surprised to find over-the-counter bed bug foggers and some EPA exempt 25b products don't work. However, clients and tenants may find the research of Ohio State University Entomologist Dr. Susan Jones eye opening. Jones found three consumer fogging products achieved no mortality of pyrethroid-resistant bed bug populations, even when the pests were just feet from the foggers and couldn't escape the droplets. Even bed bugs susceptible to pyrethroids were unaffected if in harborage, which is typical behavior. Bed bugs treated with botanical oils had less than 35 percent mortality, with nymphs still molting and females laying eggs on treated surfaces. Even at 40 times the recommend usage rate, an extract of Neem seed oil achieved less than 50 percent mortality of bugs that were directly sprayed, with no residual kill.

Get paid for teaching prevention. The ongoing cost of bed bug treatment is unsustainable for multi-unit housing. Instead of walking away from jobs (and people in desperate need) or giving away your expertise, PMPs can get paid for training property management staff and tenants on how to prevent, monitor and remediate bed bugs, said Virginia Tech Entomologist Dr. Dini Miller. She and students developed a program for a women's shelter, trained managers, and performed tasks themselves to make sure others could perform them. This involved properly vacuuming and discarding bed bug matter; pulling up carpet edges, dusting with a non-pesticide diatomaceous earth, and re-inserting carpet under baseboards; dusting outlets, faceplates, artwork and box springs with DE; encasing mattresses; bagging soft items for the dryer; and installing and inspecting passive monitoring devices. They even built an in-room heat box, which the shelter manager successfully used to treat furniture, books and some electronics.

This low-tech tool rules. The lowly magnifying glass may seem a bit old fashioned but it's the perfect tool for inspecting passive bed bug monitors. Book lice look very similar to first instar bed bug nymphs, cautioned Wang, who's also caught spider beetles, grain beetles and pavement ants in these traps.

Inspect everywhere. When bed bug populations get high, it's not unusual to find bed bugs harboring in kitchen cabinets, under sinks and toilet tanks. PMPs must pay attention to product labels and may need tenants to do more or different prep work

Don't let Bed bugs take a bite out of you.  If you have a Bedbug issue talk to a professional.  Call EnviroTech Exterminating at (918) 282-7621 today for a free consultation.  We can help!

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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Bed Bug DNA Testing: Does It Work?

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Bed Bug DNA Testing: Does It Work?

Posted on December 28, 2011

Do you know what bed bug detection method is the most accurate?
There are many companies creating new devices as the bed bug epidemic in the United States increases.  Unfortunately, many of these technologies are not fully evaluated before they are released and used by the public and pest control industry.
Jeffrey White, an entomologist at Bed Bug Central, wrote a paper on the effectiveness and sensitivity of real-time PCR to detect bed bug DNA from swabs collected in both laboratory and field settings to evaluate the claims of Bed Bug DNA testing.
Here are some of the key findings from the Bed Bug DNA Test Results:
  1. It was found that bed bug DNA can be detected by real-time PCR if the swab is applied in an area where a bed bug has been and left DNA behind.
  2. Using PCR to assist in the detection of bed bug DNA is a technology that can be used to help identify the past or present presence of bed bugs.
  3. A “negative” test result should not be interpreted as meaning that bed bugs are not present since bed bug DNA may not have been left behind by a passing bug or the DNA may have been missed by the individual swabbing the area.
  4. A “positive” test results should be interpreted as meaning bed bugs are or were present within the last year.
  5. Bed bug DNA takes a year or more to denature and therefore it is not recommended that this test be used to determine if bed bugs have been eliminated or have been reintroduced if a bed bug infestation was present in the past.
  6. Due to the highly sensitive nature of this test, for those using this test that may be exposed to bed bug in other locations to where the test is being applied, cross-contamination is a serious concern and should be addressed accordingly.
  7. Real-time PCR cannot currently differentiate between the Common Bed Bug, C. lectularius, and Tropical Bed Bug, C. hemipterus.
  8. Bed bug DNA takes an unknown length of time to breakdown and “positive” test results were observed in areas where bed bugs had been dead for over one year.
  9. In low and moderate level infestations where monitoring technology is truly needed since bed bugs can be difficult to find through visual inspections, real-time PCR can detect bed bug DNA IF the swab was used in an area where bed bugs left DNA behind. Meaning that the test is inconsistent in low and moderate level infestations because it is impossible to determine where bed bug DNA will be.
  10. Real-time PCR is an extremely sensitive technology and areas being swabbed can be contaminated with bed bug DNA even though bed bugs may not be present.
Key Findings:
  • Anyone using this test should not determine that a “negative” test results means that you do not have bed bugs.
  • The results of this study clearly demonstrated that bed bug DNA can be detected up to a year or more after it was shed by a bed bug.
  • This test may not be ideal for someone who has had bed bugs in the past because the result of the test will most likely be returned “positive”.
  • Bed Bug DNA testing may provide the client potentially false information that they again have an active infestation.
  • If a swab is returned “positive” for bed bugs, a visual inspection should be conducted to confirm the presence of bed bugs to rule out a false-positive on old evidence or contamination transferred in from an infested environment.
Jeffrey White concludes, “As more and more bed bug detection devices and technologies become available to the public and pest control industry, it is important to properly test these devices prior to drawing conclusions on any results they may provide. Using real-time PCR analysis to detect bed bug DNA has the ability to help a homeowner or pest control company identify if bed bugs are present but should not be relied upon to indicate if a home or location is free of bed bugs. Also, using this test determine if bed bugs are still present after an infestation is treated is also not recommended due to the slow way in which DNA denatures. This tool should be viewed as another method to confirm the presence of bed bugs when a homeowner suspects them but has been unable to visually confirm bed bugs.”

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Monday, December 26, 2011

Cockroaches in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

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There are hundreds of species of cockroach around the world. We're lucky in Broken Arrow, OK we don't have to deal with the giant hissing cockroaches of Madagascar, but there a plenty of varieties of these unpleasant insects that make Broken Arrow, Oklahoma their home. The hot, humid summer climate of Oklahoma unfortunately provides an ideal breeding ground for many species of roaches, and the abundant supply of food and shelter that humans unintentionally supply them with means that Oklahoma’s battle with cockroaches is going to be going on as long as there are people here.
One of the easiest ways to tell apart different species of roaches you find in Broken Arrow is by their size:

Small Roaches

The German cockroach is the species of small cockroaches that are often seen indoors. Although called German cockroaches, the species originated in Africa and has difficulty surviving in colder climates, so the hot, humid summer climate of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma is a perfect home for them. German cockroaches will often have an unpleasant odor when disturbed. These bugs will eat nearly anything, including soap, glue, and toothpaste. German cockroaches are particularly good at establishing themselves inside of houses, and can be extremely difficult to get rid of once they've set themselves up inside a home.

Big Roaches

The American Cockroach is another one of the most common species of cockroach found in Oklahoma. These dark-colored roaches can grow up to 1 to 1 1/2 inches in length, and prefer to gather in dark, moist places. Equally comfortable inside the home or out, American cockroaches will routinely set themselves up in wood piles, basements, under refrigerators, or any other dark place with easy access to shelter.

Oriental Cockroaches or Waterbugs are another large species of cockroach, but unlike the Tree roach these bugs are not as content to live outdoors. They get the name waterbug from their attraction to damp, dark places and they love to gather around pipes and under sinks. Though similar in size to Tree roaches, their wings are comparatively underdeveloped and they are only capable of flying short distances.

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No matter what the species, cockroaches can be difficult to get rid of. Sprays and bombs often have little effect except making the cockroaches stronger. If you see cockroaches in your home, the best thing to do is contact a professional pest control expert who can develop a comprehensive plan to get rid of the roaches and stop them from coming in to your home again.
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Sunday, December 11, 2011

EnviroTech Exterminating, Broken Arrow, OK: Bedbugs Gaining Ground

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Interesting article I found on Bedbugs and how they are gaining ground.

Bedbugs gaining ground

By Marnie Hunter, CNN
July 27, 2010 7:51 a.m. EDT
The National Pest Management Association reports an 81 percent increase in bedbug calls since 2000.
The National Pest Management Association reports an 81 percent increase in bedbug calls since 2000.
  • Survey: 67 percent of pest control companies have treated for bedbugs in hotels/motels
  • Bedbug calls to pest control companies have increased by 81 percent since 2000
  • Bedbugs travel with people; their arrival is not a hygiene issue
(CNN) -- "There are bites all over my legs! Room 603, king nonsmoking room. Cheap but costly in the end!"
Hotel guest "Megs" posted this bedbug complaint about a room in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Monday on, a website that logs alleged encounters with the blood-feeding insects.
This agitated traveler is far from alone. According to a study released Monday, 67 percent of nearly 1,000 pest management companies surveyed have treated bedbug infestations in hotels or motels.
Overall, bedbug calls have increased by 81 percent since 2000, according to the National Pest Management Association, which conducted the 2010 Comprehensive Global Bed Bug Study with the University of Kentucky.
Infestations tend to occur more frequently in urban and suburban areas with larger populations, according to the study, but the tiny pests aren't particular about their accommodations. Bedbugs may take up residence anywhere from houses and laundry facilities to budget hotels and four- and five-star resorts.
Though the insects aren't known to transmit disease to humans, bites may itch and cause an allergic reaction in some people.
Researchers identify increased travel as a key reason for the spike in infestations. "Bedbugs are often referred to as the 'hitchhiking pests,' " said Missy Henriksen, a spokeswoman for the National Pest Management Association.
"They need to be where people are, so they're on the move with people, and obviously as more and more people have increased their travel habits, bedbugs have certainly been able to tour the world," Henriksen said.

Not a sanitation problem
While travelers may be horrified to find bedbugs in a hotel room, cleanliness isn't a factor in the pests' arrival.
"It's not a hygiene issue, and that's a very important thing for all consumers to understand," Henriksen said. The American Hotel and Lodging Association echoes that message.
"Bedbugs are brought into hotels by guests; it is not a hotel sanitation issue," the association said in a statement. The increase in bedbugs has had little impact on the majority of hotels, the association said.
"Education, awareness and vigilance are critical. A trained and knowledgeable housekeeping staff is one of the best lines of defense, along with having regular pest control inspections," the association said.
The lodging association conducted symposiums last summer to address preventive and corrective measures for dealing with bedbugs, and the Environmental Protection Agency held a National Bedbug Summit last year in response to the pests' resurgence.
On its website, the lodging association advises daily inspection of linens, mattress and box-spring seams, headboards and bedding by hotel staff. Staff should look for live insects as well as signs of the pests, including spots of dried blood or excrement.

What's a traveler to do?
Travelers should also conduct a brief room inspection upon arrival, looking at the linens, the mattress, the headboard, upholstered furniture and drawers where clothes will be stored. Henriksen advises guests to store luggage in the bathroom during the room check, where hard surfaces make bedbug infestation less likely.
"Once they return home, it's always good practice to do an inspection of your suitcase and the garments within it," Henriksen said.
Even unworn clothes should be thoroughly washed in hot water and suitcases with signs of bugs should be vacuumed with a vacuum cleaner hose, she said.
Getting rid of the pests can be costly. Depending on the level of infestation, treating for bedbugs can cost a homeowner several hundred to several thousand dollars, Henriksen said.
Most of the pest control experts surveyed, about 90 percent, reported treating for bedbugs in apartments, condos and single-family homes, and 4 to 5 percent reported treating infestations in laundry facilities and movie theaters.
Bedbugs were identified as the most difficult pest to treat by 76 percent of the nearly 1,000 U.S. and international pest control companies surveyed.
Each female can produce up to 400 offspring, so infestations can spread quickly, Henriksen said. Bedbugs can live for up to a year without eating, and they're very small, about the size of an apple seed.
With so many people traveling over the summer, it's important to get the message about bedbugs out, Henriksen said. "Not from a paranoia standpoint, but just proper vigilance."

Have you encountered bedbugs? Share your experiences in the comments section below.

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Saturday, December 10, 2011

EnviroTech Exterminating Blog Change: Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

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EnviroTech Exterminating has taken a step forward in the internet marketing of our blog page.  Soon the URL for will change to    
This change will go a long way in distinguishing the EnviroTech Blog page from other Blog pages in the local Broken Arrow & Tulsa, Oklahoma pest control market place.  We at EnviroTech appreciate your support and look forward to serving the community by providing the most cost effective, quality services in the local pest control industry.


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Friday, December 2, 2011

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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Excellent Video on Bed Bugs

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Here is a great little diagram of where Bedbugs like to harbor in your bedroom.