What's Bugging Me? Identifying and Controlling Household Pests in Hawaii
- About the Book
The authors of the popular and informative What Bit Me? Identifying Hawaii's Stinging and Biting Insects and their Kin answer these and other questions in this long-awaited standard reference on Hawaii's household “bugs.”
What's Bugging Me? helps you identify those ants, spiders, termites, beetles, silverfish, and cockroaches that invade your home and offers effective strategies for dealing with them. A range of anti-pest weapons–not just chemicals–is given, emphasizing a modern “integrated control” approach.
What's Bugging Me? teaches techniques for prevention, early detection, and monitoring of pest problems. It recommends specific methods that target the pest, not methods that merely poison the environment. Many inexpensive home remedies are suggested. In every-day language accessible to homeowners and apartment dwellers, the authors provide a wealth of authoritative information that will also benefit pest control operators, landscapers, builders, and entomology professionals.
- About the Author(s)
JoAnn M. Tenorio, Author
Gordon M. Nishida, Author
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