How a rainy spring causes heavy mosquito activity.

Mosquitoes are cold-blooded, meaning they can’t regulate their body temperature. This is why there are no mosquitoes around in the winter. They can’t function unless it’s warm. As soon as it begins to warm, mosquitoes will emerge and start the reproductive process. The female mosquito…

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Flying Ants or Termite Swarmers. Do you know the difference?

Spring is right around the corner. This Sunday we move the clocks forward an hour to regain that extra hour of sunlight in the evening. Longer, sunnier days with intermittent rain will cause the flowers to bloom, the bees to pollinate, and a host of…

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2020 Termite Swarmer Season Is Here Early

Every year about this time we start getting phone calls about "flying ants". More times than not though what they are actually seeing are termite swarmers. As winter starts to fade and warm days approach a clock goes off for termites letting them know it's…

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Winter Pest Tips Infographic January 2020

Winter Pest Tips From Walker Pest Management IHere in upstate South Carolina, winter finally decided to show up. To help you stay ahead of the pests follow a few simple tips.1. Remove trash from the home nightly, especially food waste. If you can't remove it…

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