EPA Pest Control Guide: Using Chemical Pest Controls

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If you decide that the best solution to your pest problem is chemical—by itself or, preferably, combined with non-chemical treatments—be aware that one of the greatest causes of pesticide exposure to humans is the use of pesticides in and around the home The results achieved by using chemical pesticides are generally temporary, and repeated treatments may be required.

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Over time, some pests become pesticide resistant, meaning they adapt to the chemical and are no longer harmed by it. The EPA Pest Control Guide: Using Chemical Pest Controls mobile app provides basic steps I reducing pesticide risks.Let GoCanvas help your company Go Green!

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