Tips to check the insecticides used to control insects and rodents in Kuwait
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Tips to check the insecticides used to control insects and rodents in Kuwait

When you discover a pest problem in or around your home, the first step is to identify the pest, whether it is a weed, plant disease, insect, rodent, or other nuisance. We have technicians trained in accurate identification and pest control. Some problems can be more difficult than a homeowner can handle, which may require a qualified professional to apply the pesticides. Questions to ask the pest control or lawn care company. When you decide that you need professional help, make sure that the company meets all the technical requirements to ensure the right service for your home. This can include verifying that the company is using valid, active ingredients Permit of conformity of chemicals and pesticides approved by the Ministry of Health All of the above are requirements for commercial pesticide application. Ask about their association with professional associations, which generally offer safety-related education, training, research, and regulations. Expect pesticide technicians to provide you with a variety of pesticide-related information - such as personal safety and environmental impact. They should be able to discuss chemical tactics as well as alternative methods for controlling weeds, insects, plant diseases, and rodents. The company must provide a pesticide label if requested. Many of the answers to your questions can be found in the label instructions. The pesticide must be labeled for use on site. Beware of companies whose representatives answer your questions differently than the instructions or precautions listed on the label. Ask enough questions and make sure you understand the answers! What is the correct identification of a pest? Can you show me the pest or at least evidence of the pest and/or damage? Are there other options for controlling it apart from the use of pesticides, such as integrated pest management? (See box below for definition) Do we have to use pesticides? If so, what are they and why? How many different pesticides can fight pests? Are there safer or more "environmentally friendly" insecticides than others, and are also effective? Are there special precautions for children and pets with the type of treatment chosen? When, where and how should I check for pests in the future? Can I help prevent this problem without having to use pesticides in the future? How long does the treatment process take? What is the duration of control of the lesion with treatment? When can we return to the treated area? Are more treatments needed, and if so, how often? What results can we expect? What is integrated pest management? The approach to controlling pests, such as insects, plant diseases, weeds and animals, appropriately integrates safe, profitable and environmentally compatible biological, mechanical and chemical farming techniques. Beware of pesticides or lawn care companies that They say they have a "secret recipe" or a more powerful insecticide than usual. All pesticides must be approved by the Ministry of Health, valid and effective materials that have not expired They say they are supported by colleges, universities, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Agriculture, or other government agencies. They pressure you to make a decision right away. They use intimidation tactics to make you decide to use pesticides faster. Although the timing of the fight is important, make sure you understand why the application must be submitted at a specific time. They confirm identification of the pest by describing it over the phone. Although some pests can be identified through an accurate description, they usually require a visit to the site or the house to examine the places of insects and to know the type of insect or rodent present in the house.

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