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Autumn Is a Time for Cleaning up Camarillo Gardens... or Is It?

Autumn Is a Time for Cleaning up Camarillo Gardens... or Is It?
By Kevin O'Connor on Oct 23, 2018 at 09:18 PM in Camarillo Pest Control

Removing the brown seed pods, dried grasses, fallen twigs, coastal live oak leaf litter and other signs of abundant summer growth feels intuitively right. After all, this is how we clean our homes. But does this practice really "clean up" garden pest problems?

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Shifting Patterns in Vector Borne Diseases

Shifting Patterns in Vector Borne Diseases
By Kevin O'Connor on Oct 11, 2018 at 07:55 PM in Camarillo Pest Control, Camarillo Mosquito Control

Vector-borne diseases, while historically most prevalent in tropical climes, where they disproportionately affect poor and undernourished populations, are cropping up increasingly on the radar of temperate region disease specialists and medical practitioners.

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As Summer Wanes, Some Friendly Reminders for Camarillo

As Summer Wanes, Some Friendly Reminders for Camarillo
By Kevin O'Connor on Sep 11, 2018 at 07:26 PM in Camarillo Rodent Control, Camarillo Ant Control, Camarillo Mosquito Control, Camarillo Pest Control

Pest control companies are staying busy across the Central Coast. As summer turns into fall, O'Connor Pest Control has been fielding numerous calls per day for help fighting pest infestations.

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Mosquito, Tick, & Flea Bite Illnesses Increasing

Mosquito, Tick, & Flea Bite Illnesses Increasing
By Kevin O'Connor on Jul 06, 2018 at 10:17 PM in Camarillo Pest Control, Camarillo Mosquito Control

Illnesses from mosquito, tick and flea bites have actually tripled in the U.S. over the last 13 years, according to a new report by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and pest control will be increasingly important for Camarillo and Ventura County.

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Warmer Weather Means More Mosquitoes in Camarillo!

Warmer Weather Means More Mosquitoes in Camarillo!
By Kevin O'Connor on Jul 06, 2018 at 09:21 PM in Camarillo Pest Control, Camarillo Mosquito Control

Some agricultural scientists say that climate change could result in changes in the population dynamics of insect pests in Camarillo and Ventura County. It may alter insect population numbers as well as insect feeding activity.

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