Description of termites, the time of year they swarm and the difference between termites and ants.
Honey bees are being developed to take advantage of hygienic behaviors to help control varroa mites. The detecting and removing of a mite infested brood guarantees the health of the colony and helps eliminate varroa mites.
Tips on how to keep varroa mites from affecting a bee hive.
Wood boring insects have been a challenge to homeowners and gardeners all season. Long-term invasions by these borers weaken and damage wood. When sprinkles of sawdust are seen, it is a good idea to investigate.
Information about small hive beetles (SHB). The larvae tunnel through combs, killing bee brood and ruining combs. The SHB eats pollen, brood, honey, dead adult bees and combs. Maintaining strong, healthy colonies with young productive queens is one of the management techniques for resisting SHB damage.
In early March, caterpillars will begin to build tent like webs in area trees. While feeding on tree foliage the caterpillars will grow to the length of about 2 inches. The caterpillars then leave the tree and may be found anywhere in your yard looking for a place to pupate.
They are huge and they are everywhere and are often called "mosquito hawks".
There are more than 240,000 species of flowering plants which must transfer pollen from the male parts to the female parts to reproduce. This is accomplished by a fascinating array of mechanisms and manners.
Termite swarming season is here, and tiny gossamer winged insects can be seen flying in small clouds. If you are unlucky these insects will be found flying within your house, emerging from tiny holes in your wall. Are they ants or termites?
Information to provide knowledge on insecticides used for termite control and prevention.