Rodenticides: A Brief Look at Rodent Poisons

Rodenticide is a word consisting of two roots; rodent, a family of mammals with continuously growing incisors and icide, a common ending derived from the Latin word for “killing” or “act of killing” (ie. pesticide, homicide).  In the pest control industry it is one of the most important tools in controlling rat and mice populations. … More Rodenticides: A Brief Look at Rodent Poisons

They Come From the Land Down Under….Sort Of

(Photo courtesy: Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife) There is an up-and-coming invasive species in Washington State. The Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife has put out warnings about the New Zealand mud snail or scientifically known as Potamopyrgus antipodarum.  The mud snail is native to New Zealand; however, over the years due … More They Come From the Land Down Under….Sort Of