Can Cicadas Survive The Rain?

Can Cicadas Survive The Rain?

Can Cicadas Survive The Rain? Cicadas are coming out of their 15 to 17 year hibernation form underground, notably in the eastern part of the US and Midwest.  Cicadas can be damaging to plants and other vegetation dear to us. Can something as...

How To Kill Mites in Soil

How To Kill Mites in Soil

How To Kill Mites in Plant Soil   Beautiful plants may not be the only thing growing in your soil—it may also be the home to soil mites. If you’ve observed small, white dots walking across the top of your soil or along the edges of...

House Centipedes in Kansas City

House Centipedes in Kansas City

Controlling House Centipedes Appearance What Do They Look Like? Size: House centipedes have long, flattened bodies, which can measure as long as 1-1/2 inches long Color: The body is a yellowish-brown with three dark stripes running along the top...

Camel Crickets in Your Home

Camel Crickets in Your Home

What Are Camel Crickets Most types of camel crickets have a place with the variety Ceuthophilus (Figure 4). This name portrays their humpbacked appearance when seen from the side. They have jumping rear legs and long antennae most crickets, yet...