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Provivi and the insect love story that never happens

Provivi is developing natural, affordable pheromone products for pest control and crop protection. Pheromones are substances that serve as highly selective attractants for insects allowing the control ... read more

Anteing Up For Science Find That Special Ant, And Entomologist Dr. Stanley Green Will Gladly Pay

"Ants are really beneficial ... which can grow to be 5/8 -inch long, can be extremely destructive to wood and wallboard in houses, Green stated. At the other extreme, the minute Pharaoh ant is also se... read more

Manic for organic

I love my local organic food store ... And developing countries are joining in too: China’s organic exports grew 200-fold in a decade to reach US$200 million in 2004. Australia is also a major exporte... read more

Everyday Nature: How I Came To Love House Centipedes

It turns out house centipedes actually eat cockroaches, ants, bed bugs, moths that can eat clothes, and other household pests ... we’ve been learning to love our allies, no matter how creepy they may ... read more

A Few Reasons to Show Some Love for Bugs

Believe it or not, there are many ways in which insects can be beneficial to humans, even beyond biological pest control and honeybee pollination. According to Science Daily ... have identified two en... read more

16 Common Household Pests and How to Get Rid of 'Em

For each pest ... pests love to hang out in and around the bed. Bed bugs’ small, flat bodies allow them to hide quite easily in seams of mattresses, bed frames, headboards, other bedroom furniture, be... read more

Bye bye bugs? Scientists fear non-pest insects are declining

And that's got scientists worried. Pesky mosquitoes, disease-carrying ticks, crop-munching aphids and cockroaches are doing just fine. But the more beneficial flying insects ... areas where flowers ar... read more

Pet, pest allergens linked to reduced asthma risk

A new study of children living in inner-city areas and at high risk of developing asthma suggests that exposure to certain pet and pest allergens in ... more cockroach exposure was beneficial. Accordi... read more

Chickens can be garden helpers

We caught up with Steele, who also writes a “chicken lifestyle” blog (, to chat about pest control ... if only to grow things for their chickens to eat! Q: Why write the book? A: Wh... read more

Why Do Some People Never Get Fat? Scientists May Have the Answer

The enzyme MGAT2 is found in the intestines and determines the fate of our food by regulating how it is metabolized: It either makes fat go straight to your waistline, or converts it into energy. Scie... read more

Caltech professor sees green energy in termite guts

Currently, scientists are having a tough time just keeping the microbes alive outside of a termite. "The major challenge remains being able to grow these organisms which ... with termites has its limi... read more
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