Sometimes it’s difficult to find help when you’re facing a potentially serious pest control problem. You know you’d like an answer but if you call a bug company, they just might try and sell you something. Perhaps it’s an odd looking swarm of bugs that you need identified. Maybe you want to hire a professional pest control company and want to see if they are licensed. Alot of you just want to see how and what to spray or fertilize. These answers and many more can usually be found at your states Department of Agriculture website. Information and phone numbers are just a click away and if you don’t find the answer at least you’ll have a resource as to who can help. We tried to connect you with the right page for each state and keep your ‘hunting and pecking’ down to a minimum. Some links go directly to State web sites while other are county extension or college program pages. Each one was picked because it offered the best chance for you to get answers. Let us know if you need further assistance or if this article was helpful in any way.
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