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Pest Care Services

Chennai, Tamil Nadu

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Pest Care Services - Service Provider of cockroach control, mosquito control & flies control since 2013 in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
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Cockroaches of most species have wings, but the insects rarely fly; instead they usually travel by running swiftly. Glands near the back of the body give off a disagreeable odor that helps protect the cockroach against predators. The female cockroach lays an egg case, called an ootheca, containing 12 to 25 eggs. The young are similar in shape to the adults.
Outdoors, cockroaches live under such objects as stones and logs. In buildings where they become pests, they hide in places such as cupboards and between walls. They eat a variety of animal and vegetable matter, especially starches and sweets. Cockroaches are not known to transmit diseases to people, but they may spread filth and leave a foul odor.

Our Cockroach Control Program

Our cockroach management program consists of four stages
  • Pest proofing.
  • Pre- treatment.
  • Spray treatment.
  • Gel application.
Pest proofing:
This consists of an intensive cracks and crevices [harborages] identification, fumigant insecticide injection and closing of all openings. This is generally carried out during the initial treatment and may be carried out on a need based application.

Pre-treatment:
On completion of the proofing, an intensive deep flushing out operation is carried out using atomizers to deep penetrate hidden areas/insects.

Spray treatment:
Once the cockroaches are out of their hidden areas, a thorough spray treatment is carried out using the optimum spray methodologies.

Gel Treatment:
However effective and technologically advanced the conventional methods are, there are always about 1 to 3 % of the cockroaches which are never affected by the treatment, basically due to their eating habits [they can go into hiding after a meal for several weeks and return only on a favorable situation], Deep situated harborages and egg forms which are never affected. Gel spots are placed and cockroaches may commence feeding soon after it is applied. As this does not affect the insect immediately, cockroaches will return to their nest. On returning to their nest other cockroaches groom each other and the active ingredient spreads to the other cockroaches which has not eaten the gel. As a result they too die. In addition to grooming, some cockroaches feed on the feces and also cannibalize the dying cockroaches, both action help in the transfer of the active ingredient resulting in the death of further cockroaches. This cascading effect is so effective in controlling the entire population.

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The Mosquito is the most dangerous insect pest to man. Most species of mosquitoes are harmless. However, several species carry and transmit diseases. There are more than 3,000 known species of mosquitoes, divided into about 100 large groups, or genera (singular: genus).
Number of eggs: 50 to 200 at a time, depending on species-as many as 1,000 a year for each female. Length of life: 30 days or more for females; about 7 to 10 days for males. Where found: All parts of the world.

Facts in brief about mosquitoes:
This consists of an intensive cracks and crevices [harborages] identification, fumigant insecticide injection and closing of all openings. This is generally carried out during the initial treatment and may be carried out on a need based application.

Some species of mosquitoes are active during the day and rest at night. The high-pitched buzzing sound associated with mosquitoes is made only by the females Mosquitoes lay their eggs in water, or where water will eventually cover the eggs. The eggs hatch as larvae, usually in a few days. The larvae are commonly called "wrigglers" or "wigglers" because of the way they move in seeking food and in rising to the surface to breathe. After a few more days, the larvae develop into pupae. Each pupa has an extremely large head and thorax. Its way of moving has gained it the popular name of "tumbler." Pupae do not eat. When the pupa is full grown, usually in two or three days, it rises to the surface and splits its skin from end to end and sheds it. The insect stands balanced on its shed skin until its wings dry, and then it flies away. It takes about 10 days for the egg to develop into a mature adult mosquito.

The male mosquito is harmless. It uses its proboscis for sucking only, and feeds on plant juices and pollen. It helps pollinate several species of flowers. The proboscis of the female is adapted for piercing as well as sucking, and can penetrate the skin of reptiles, birds, and mammals, including humans. Females require a certain protein found in the blood of these animals to nourish their eggs before they are laid. The proboscis contains saw-tipped cutters and two tubes. One of the tubes is used to inject saliva after the cutters have pierced the skin, and the other is used to suck up blood. The saliva thins the blood and makes it easier for the mosquito to suck.

Mosquito larvae control:
We also give importance to control mosquitoes at the larval stage by treating stagnant water with Insect Growth regulators. These IGR prevent the larvae attain full maturity and they fail to become adult mosquitoes. These IGR don’t harm other life forms in the water and only affect the mosquito larvae.

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  • Flies plague every part of the world except the polar ice caps.
  • One pair of flies can produce more than 1 million offspring in as little as six to eight weeks.
  • Flies spread diseases readily because they move quickly from rotting, disease-laden garbage to exposed human foods and utensils.
  • Because they only have two wings, flies land often and therefore can deposit thousands of bacteria each time they land.
  • For every fly seen, there are an estimated 19 more hidden from view. This means humans don't even see most of the flies present at an infestation.
  • As many as 33 million microorganisms may flourish in a single fly's gut, while a half-billion more swarm over its body and legs.
Our Fly Control Program
The control program consists of two parts a) controlling the adult flies and b) Controlling the maggots at the breeding sites

Maggots are controlled, again, by Insect growth regulators, keeping in mind the environment safety. These IGR prevent maggots from attaining full maturity. Flies usually molt five to six times before attaining maturity. Maggots which are exposed to the IGR molt two or three times and fail emerge into adult flies.

Adult flies are controlled with residual spraying and baiting. The residual spray gives a control for few hours and the baiting gives a day long control against flies

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How Termites Live :
We also give importance to control mosquitoes at the larval stage by treating stagnant water with Insect Growth regulators. These IGR prevent the larvae attain full maturity and they fail to become adult mosquitoes. These IGR don’t harm other life forms in the water and only affect the mosquito larvae.

Once or twice a year, well-established colonies produce swarms of winged reproductive which may number in the millions. Many are caught on the wing by birds and bats. The survivors drop to the ground and break off their wings. Males and females, often from different colonies, pair off and start building a nest. Later, they mate and together tend the first small broods of eggs and nymphs.

For several years the colony produces only workers and soldiers. After three or four years, reproductive termites are produced. The workers tend the reproductive termites, young, and eggs. The number of eggs laid by the queen increases through the years until she is producing about 10,000 a day during most of her life. A queen may live for 50 years. Secondary and tertiary reproductive termites develop from nymphs, usually after the death of one or both of the primary reproductive termites. In certain species, some soldiers lay eggs.
Our Termite control Program:

Subterranean termites require moist environments. To satisfy this need, they usually nest in or near the soil and maintain some connection with the soil through tunnels in wood or through shelter tubes they construct. These shelter tubes are made of soil with bits of wood or even plasterboard (drywall). Much of the damage they cause occurs in foundation and structural support wood. Because of the moisture requirements of subterranean termites, they are often found in wood that has wood rot.
Life cycle

New kings and queens are winged during their early adult life but lose their wings after dispersing from their original colony. An infestation begins when a mated pair finds a suitable nesting site near or in wood and constructs a small chamber, which they enter and seal. Soon afterward, the female begins egg laying, and both the king and queen feed the young on predigested food until they are able to feed themselves. Most species of termites have microscopic, one-celled animals called protozoa within their intestines that help in converting wood (cellulose) into food for the colony. Once workers and nymphs are produced, the king and queen are fed by the workers and cease feeding on wood. Termites go through incomplete metamorphosis with egg, nymph, and adult stages. Nymphs resemble adults but are smaller and are the most numerous stage in the colony. They also groom and feed one another and other colony members. The egg-laying termite queen lays her eggs, the termite larvae transform into termite workers, termite soldiers or reproductive termites.

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Life cycle:

Controlling rodents become necessary due to its capability to breed at a very fast rate as you can see in the life cycle chart. The gestation period is only 21 days and the weaning takes another 21 days and the mother is ready for the next cycle and the young one mature in about 5 to 9 weeks. A young female rat gives birth to young one about 7 to 8 times and will have about 6 to 12 litters in each.

Our Rodent Control Program:

For the effective control of rodent population a combination of trapping and baiting should be done. This means eradication of various species of rodents that have different behavior patterns. Rodents are active at different times of the day & night and are well known carriers of various pathogens causing diseases like plague, leptospirosis, salmonellosis, trichinosis, typhoid fever and others. Their active presence in working premises dwelling also heightens the danger of contamination & infestation.

Our treatment primarily calls for use of relatively safe & highly effective single dose anti-coagulant rodenticides This treatment commences with strategic placement of bait in multi-line defense system First line includes placing bait stations along with compound wall Second line of defense system consists of placing baits along with external perimeters of building to bring infestation under control and monitor these bait station to understand the rodent movement and to take remedial action on time

Third line of defense consists of placing glue boards and/or extended trigger traps inside infested areas These defense systems ensure that no feed & poison baits are placed inside the buildings.

Another important part in the control of rodents is the entry point closure. On taking a new site, we carry out a Technical inspection of the site and identify the entry points the rodents take to gain access into the property. This ensures that the rodents, after consumption of baits, don’t gain an entry into the building thus avoid the risk of rodents dying.a

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Bed bugs are dispersed largely by people bringing them into their homes in their luggage or on clothes after visiting an infested dwelling or hotel. They are usually associated with poor housekeeping and low standards of hygiene but will find suitable harborages and hiding places in clean premises.
Although their mobility is restricted to crawling they will infest adjacent rooms or neighboring buildings. There are two species of bed bugs in Australia Cimex lectularius (Common bed bug) & Cimex hemispheres (Tropical bed bug).

Where are Bed Bugs found?

  • In luggage and clothing. In mattresses, especially in the seams and behind mattress buttons.
  • In bed frames and in and behind headboards especially if fixed to the wall.
  • In and behind furniture i.e. bed side tables, closets, clothing draws, wardrobes, book shelves etc.
  • Along and under the edge of wall-to-wall carpeting and under carpet tack strips.
  • Inside electrical and electronic fittings and equipment i.e. light fittings, inside clocks, phones, televisions and smoke detectors.
  • In upholstered chairs and sofas (especially in the seams, cushions, cushion buttons).

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Pest Care Services - Service Provider of cockroach control, mosquito control & flies control since 2013 in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

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