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Business Listing   Allpest Exterminators - Dundalk, MD - Phone: (410) 288-9300


Business Listing   American Pest Management - Dundalk, MD - Phone: (410) 288-2644


Business Listing   Arnold's Exterminating - Dundalk, MD - Phone: (410) 282-5560


Business Listing   Dundalk Pest Control Inc - Dundalk, MD - Phone: (410) 477-2700


Business Listing   Western Fumigation - Dundalk, MD - Phone: (410) 631-9060


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Helpful Definition for: Pest Control

Pest control refers to the guideline or administration of a species defined as a pest. In order to maximize food production, it is advantageous to protect crops from challenging species of plants, as well as from herbivores contending with humans. Many pests have only become a problem because of the direct actions of humans in Dundalk. Modifying these actions can often substantially reduce the pest problem with in Dundalk.

Pest control are done in different ways in Dundalk like elimination of breeding grounds, poisoned bait, field burning, hunting, traps, poison spray, space fumigation, space treatment, sterilization, destruction of infected plants, natural rodent control and repellents.

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