Beetle control focuses on managing infestations of beetles, a diverse group of insects that can damage wood, stored products, and agricultural crops.
Effective beetle control typically begins with a detailed inspection to identify the specific beetle species involved and assess the extent of the infestation. We utilize a combination of chemical treatments, such as insecticides, and non-chemical methods like trapping and habitat modification. For wood-boring beetles, targeted applications of wood preservatives or insecticides may be necessary.
Additionally, proper storage practices and maintaining a clean environment are crucial for controlling beetles that infest stored products. Regular monitoring and preventive measures are essential components of beetle control to mitigate the risk of infestations and protect against potential damage to structures, crops, or stored goods.