Why Green Pest Control is Better than Traditional Pest Control Methods?
Some say that green pest control is an effective way of exterminating pest but in reality, it is focused on integrated pest management or simply IPM. Pest control company is following IPM prevention, education and client awareness as well as building inspections which are integral for a successful pest control.
IPM all starts in learning how and why pest entered a building or home. Experts who are in this field do know the lifecycle of pests and at the same time, their preferred nesting location. As a result, they’re capable of using innovative and pest prevention techniques that are least hazardous to properties, plant life, pets and most importantly, to people.
IPM takes advantage of common sense and eco-friendly chemicals. For example, rather than making use of harmful chemicals in prevent pests from coming back, exterminators may consider installing preventative materials similar to door screens and new windows, fresh caulking, new door sweeps and more. Professionals can also set up traps and even learn different locations that the pest may live or sometimes, install solar powered repellants that can be used as alternative to harmful chemicals.
Basically, green pest control are made using natural and organic ingredients that are good for the environment, hence the name. Not just that, these products are designed to be effective and biodegradable as its non-green counterpart.
Green pest management practices provide biologically based alternatives to the typical chemical sprays which then promotes the health and even structure of plants. The control tactics that are being used in IPM are benign and with this in mind, it helps in reducing environmental risks that are normally associated with pest management we used to know including ground water contamination. IPM even helps in reducing the odds for re-infestation while being a cost effective method to get rid of pests.
When green pest control us utilized, what happens is rather than making use of multipurpose pesticides on the infested property, the exterminator will be following a process that will set action threshold, monitor pests to identify them easily, prevent its infestation and make use of the best control methods. As soon as the action threshold is finally set, this allows the pest exterminator to find out severity of the infestation is, how much danger the pests brings and determine at the same time the kind of action needed at the moment.
When these exterminators are monitoring pests, they see to it that they have correctly identified the pests. Proper pest identification ensures the right kinds of pesticides used but can be avoided as well if not necessarily needed.