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Poison ivy

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/home-garden-safety/poison-ivy.html

Jul 8, 2016 ... not regenerate easily from plant fragments. Since loose seeds may be hard to detect, remove any dead plant material from the ground, in case some seeds are still attached to the stems. Products Important! If you use a pesticide to control your pest problem, read the label to make sure you are choosing the right product for the right pest. Follow all label directions

Wasps

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/pest-control-tips/wasps.html

May 29, 2013 ... as enclosing the nest in a plastic bag and detaching the single anchoring stalk from the supporting tree branch or structure. To dispose of the active nest, place in a freezer for at least 48 hours. Remember to always wear protective clothing, including a head net. Products Important! If you use a pesticide to control your pest problem, read the label to make sure you

Carpenter ants

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/pest-control-tips/carpenter-ants.html

Jun 4, 2013 ... from invading buildings. Keep food in sealed containers and regularly sweep up all crumbs and other food fragments. Keep your home clean to prevent re-infestation. Products Important! If you use a pesticide to control your pest problem, read the label to make sure you are choosing the right product for the right pest. Follow all label directions and warnings

Spiders

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/pest-control-tips/spiders.html

Jun 4, 2013 ... around rocks near the shoreline. These spiders forage for their prey (insects, minnows, etc.). Unlike wolf spiders, which carry their egg sac behind their body, fishing spiders carry their egg sac under their head and front thorax (upper body). Should I be concerned? Spiders are excellent pest control agents. Wolf spiders are especially helpful to farmers

Gypsy moths

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/pest-control-tips/gypsy-moths.html

Jun 4, 2013 ...! If you use a pesticide to control your pest problem, read the label to make sure you are choosing the right product for the right pest. Follow all label directions and warnings carefully. Always look for a Pest Control Products (PCP) number on the label so you know the product has been approved by Health Canada. See Use pesticides safely for more information

Bats

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/pest-control-tips/bats.html

Jun 4, 2013 ... with bright light. So, when inspecting the outside of a building, keep a dim light on it by putting several layers of red cellophane over the head of a flashlight, secured with a rubber band. How can I get rid of bats? Physical control If a bat accidentally enters your house through a window, door, or unused chimney: Open only the doors and windows that allow access

Earwigs

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/pest-control-tips/earwigs.html

Jun 4, 2013 ... your pest problem, read the label to make sure you are choosing the right product for the right pest. Follow all label directions and warnings carefully. Always look for a Pest Control Products (PCP) number on the label so you know the product has been approved by Health Canada. See Use pesticides safely for more information on using pesticides safely When

Clustering flies

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/pest-control-tips/clustering-flies.html

Jun 4, 2013 ... disposed of. Devices designed to trap clustering flies are also offered on the market. These traps, placed in windows where flies are a problem, contain a powder that works like quicksand, trapping the insects that fall in. Products Important! If you use a pesticide to control your pest problem, read the label to make sure you are choosing the right product

Centipedes, millipedes, sowbugs and pillbugs

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/pest-control-tips/centipedes-millipedes-sowbugs-pillbugs.html

Jun 4, 2013 ... it to move more quickly. When disturbed, millipedes tend to coil up, but centipedes swiftly run for the closest dark hiding place. Centipedes are an efficient way of controlling other insect pests in your home.They like to eat spiders, bed bugs, cockroaches, silverfish, carpet beetles, or ants. Millipedes, on the other hand, do not survive once in the home because

Silverfish and Firebrats

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/pest-control-tips/silverfish-firebrats.html

Jun 4, 2013 ... will climb up the taped surface, but they will be trapped in the glass container, because they cannot climb smooth surfaces. Products Important! If you use a pesticide to control your pest problem, read the label to make sure you are choosing the right product for the right pest. Follow all label directions and warnings carefully. Always look for a Pest Control

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