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Why Don’t Bed Bugs Die?

Bed Bugs have made a resurgence in recent years due to these irritating pests evolving to withstand the pesticides used to combat them. Researchers have found bedbugs have boosted their natural defenses by producing higher levels of enzymes that cleanse them from the poisons in certain insecticides.  Bedbugs are 250 times more resistant to standard [...]

By |2016-02-27T19:18:49-05:00February 27th, 2016|Conventional Bed Bug Pesticide Issues|0 Comments

Pesticide Toxicity in Synthetic Pyrethroid Pesticides

Pyrethrins were originally processed from Chrysanthemum flowers. In their natural environment in East Africa they broke down rapidly up from exposure to air and sunlight, but in the 1970 synthetic pyrethroids were synthesized for agricultural purposes  from petroleum derivatives, which were later used for home and garden  insect control. So far studies have shown that [...]

By |2016-02-27T19:11:25-05:00February 27th, 2016|Conventional Bed Bug Pesticide Issues|