GW German Roach Control

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German Roach Control Meet the Number One Pest

by Mike Dukes,  certified Georgia and Alabama editor PestMD and TermiteMD

COLUMBUS, GA. — A German Roach infestation left untreated can make your home unlivable. If they get completely out of hand they can become unmanageable fast.

German Roaches are the most common household pest in America. German roach control is the most common pest control procedure in America and probably always will be.

They multiply fast. When you begin to see roaches out in the open scurrying about you have a huge roach population. Time to GW Exterminating.

According to the University of Florida, the German cockroach has three life stages typical of insects with incomplete metamorphosis: the egg, nymph, and adult. The entire life-cycle of this pest is about 100 days. However, factors such as temperature, nutritional status, and strain differences may influence the time required to complete a life cycle. German cockroaches breed continuously with many overlapping generations present at any one time. Under ideal conditions, population growth is very rapid. Actively growing populations are made up of around 80 percent nymphs and 20 percent adults. The German cockroach is omnivorous, eating table scraps, pet food, and even book bindings. source: UF / IFAS Extension

Call Gw, if you turn on your kitchen light and see roaches scurry to hide. You have German Roaches.

by Mike Dukes,  certified Georgia and Alabama editor PestMD and TermiteMD

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