At Tanner Pest Control we are constantly looking to add value to our customers through innovation and better servicing methods. To offer an effective Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program we involve all methods: exclusion (sealing openings), mechanical (placing traps), preventative control (residual pest control products) and performing a thorough inspection during each treatment. The exclusion treatment is key during the winter service (December 1st through February 28th ).
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The Snowy Tree Cricket is also known as the “thermometer cricket”. They get the name because their sound is easily countable and a reliable temperature indicator during summer months. Snowy tree crickets are more slender and elongated compared to field crickets.They are most active in late summer months and early fall (July to October). The females lay eggs in the bark or stems of fruit and ornamental trees, with apple, peach, and especially cherry. Hopefully you wont find them in your pie...
The Field Cricket. Most people identify this cricket as the "Dark Cricket". They are usually dark brown or black in color. Field crickets are active from June to September. The females prefer to lay eggs in moist soil. Unlike other crickets, field crickets cannot live or reproduce indoors... thank goodness!